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Washingtonians came to Georgetown's City Tavern Club to party it up at Capital Club's 21st annual Santa Soiree. Attendees drank up and danced the night away, decked in their finest holiday frocks. And what better way for Guest of a Guest's Lindsay Sustarsic to celebrate the holiday's by playing style Santa! She has made her Best Dressed list, checked it twice and is looking to gift the title of best dressed to some posh party patrons:
Washingtonians came to Georgetown's City Tavern Club to party it up at Capital Club's 21st annual Santa Soiree. Attendees drank up and danced the night away, decked in their finest holiday frocks. And what better way for Guest of a Guest's Lindsay Sustarsic to celebrate the holiday's by playing style Santa! She has made her Best Dressed list, checked it twice and is looking to gift the title of best dressed to some posh party patrons. More>>
[Updated 12/14/2012] December is in full swing for decking the halls! Once again, there are tons of events going on all month here in the District and we have compiled a list of our top party picks for this holiday season. Whether you prefer holiday glam and mistletoe or an evening of Santa hats and ugly Christmas sweaters, our list has a party for you! No matter if you've been naughty or nice this year, without further ado, here is Guest of a Guest's Official 2012 DC Holiday Party Guide!
This weekend is smack-dab in the middle of DC's EPIC Holiday party season, so there's a lot to choose from.
'Tis the season....for holiday dinners with your family pestering you about your love life, or lack thereof. Never fear! We've rounded up the hottest society clubs in DC which conveniently offer many of the hottest bachelors at their events...and many of these organizations are hosting soirées in the upcoming months! So browse the hotties we've spotted in the past and start planning which events to attend with all your single gal pals in tow. How can you say no to a good cause? (And yes, we mean the various philanthropic causes AND your love life.) More»
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The Capital Club, a social and philanthropic group of 100 men, hosted the 25th Annual Swine on the Vine on a farm outside of Fredericksburg. Guests enjoyed pig-pulling, live music, booze and a bonfire. We stopped by for the tail end of the party to snap some night shots of the guests before they bused to Mason Inn for the after-party. More»
The Capital Club, an exclusive social club of 100 men that was founded in 1980, is best known for hosting preppy Georgetown socials at events with charitable beneficiaries. Their biggest one, the Sinatra Soiree, is this Thursday, and has typically attracted a ton of 20-somethings clad in critter pants and sundresses dancing to Sinatra music since it first started in 1992.
With the 20th Annual Sinatra Soiree on the horizon, we wanted to take a moment to look back at 20 years of top-notch tradition: More»
July 4th is over, but the weekend is here! Whether you want to get artsy in the sculpture garden, booze cruisin' on the Boomerang Boat, or dance on benches at Wilson Tavern, DC's summer nightlife is heating up! Here are some of the sizzling soirees you don't want to miss! More»
The month of December was jam-packed with holiday cheer. From tinsel to Santa hats, to glitter dresses and candy canes, you can't deny that there is a certain magic in the chill of December parties, even though D.C. actually got more snow on Halloween than on Christmas! (WTF??)
Here are the top 10 photos that make us wish there were more than 25 jolly days of Christmas parties:
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From the second I stepped into the 18th century foyer of Georgetown’s City Tavern Club for the Capital Club’s annual Santa Soiree, I could tell I was in for a treat. The cheery laughter and infectious fun I was greeted with at the door pervaded the entire evening, making for a truly spectacular holiday party. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.