Our nation's capital - so monumental! This city is filled with history and women taking charge, including 21 U.S. senators and 104 Congresswomen. Yes Way, ladies! D.C. is also home to some serious eats served up by fierce females in the hospitality industry. Serving our nation's top officials, it's no secret that D.C.'s restaurants, stores and watering holes are on point.
Amy Brandwein is the chef/owner at Centrolina and is kicking ass and taking names. The menu is seasonal Italian and Centrolina also has a small market next to the restaurant. A perfect space in central D.C. for a sit-down meal, quick snack or grabbing groceries for a home-cooked meal.
Krista Johnson carefully curates her collection of pre-owned and authenticated luxury women's fashion. If you worship brands, Ella-Rue is your place. It's also located on a darling cobble-stone street in Georgetown.
Pia Carusone and Rachel Gardner, longtime friends and bourbon lovers, came together to create Republic Restoratives, a craft distillery housed in a lofty warehouse in the Ivy City neighborhood. The distillery has a beautiful tasting bar as well as distilling classes.
More amazing women-owned businesses in the D.C. area can be found below: