DCsocialite is a collection of our life experiences in Washington D.C.
All of our bloggers are foodies who enjoy sharing their eating and life experiences with others. DC is growing fast and for us providing the future, current, and new residents with places to eat, drink, and have fun is what keeps us going. Over the years we have gained a knack for enjoying and writing about quality cuisine. DC’s culinary scene has continued to impress our palettes and I know it will do the same for you.
If you live in or plan on visiting the nation’s capital, DCsocialite should be on your radar.
We are currently looking for bloggers to post about DC centric stuff. If you are interested shoot us an email. We are also open to link exchanges with other DC related blogs. Email me at Paul@dcsocialite.com if your interested.
Check out our Bios below!
I’m Paul. An entrepreneur at heart, I started DCsocialite to share my experiences of Washington, D.C. to the world. Having lived here my entire life, I give a unique and personal perspective of a local. I enjoy writing about everything but my favorite is food! I enjoy cooking and eating, so whether it’s a hole in the wall restaurant or the fine dining of DC, I’m there. If you want to reach out to me, have questions, or want to recommended a great place to try. Email me at Paul@dcsocialite.com.
You can check out all my posts here: Paul’s Posts
Conveying thoughts into words isn’t Van’s strong suit. However, the old boy has a knack for steering friends and family to great deals and wonderfully delicious food. WIth a little convincing from long-time friend and DCSocialite’s owner, Paul, Van gave into this activity called “blogging”. Van’s general interests including eating, cooking, cosmic balearic disco, collecting urban vinyl art work and endless hours spent watching anime.
You can check out all my posts here: Van’s Posts
A few years ago, Paul came to me outside of our usual late night weekend spot that we all know as Modern Night lounge BEGGING me to write for DCsocialite.com. He had heard (probably from Van) that Van and I usually do a weekly Thursday night dinner, just the two of us. Being the noted self proclaimed foodie that I am, I could not pass on the opportunity to share with the world my views on the food that I love and don’t love (there isn’t a lot that I don’t love though). So yes, that is how I came to being a “blogger”.
P.S. Paul didn’t actually beg me, he just asked nicely and I got all nerd like and excited and said yes, than started bombarding him with ideas that I had, haha.
You can check out all my posts here: Veronica’s Posts
Hello world! I’m Donn, chef by day.. blogger by night. I was born and raised in the DMV area. Having been in the kitchen nearly my entire life, everything in it revolves around food. I dabble in a little bit of everything, culinary-wise or socially. I love trying new places and especially trying new things. You can catch me hanging out at local bars, playing on my turntables, in the kitchen 24/7, or just exploring the nuances of our lovely city.
You can check out all my posts here: Donn’s Posts
I want the title of ‘Purveyor of Swagalicious Man-style’ but no, I’m a corporate slave consistently bent over from 8-7 weekdays and most Saturdays of the month. I was initially forced against my will to wear suits in the office jungle which I have, over the years, nurtured and embraced – My eye for colors, fit, and detail eventually turned into passion for fashion (hah! I rhymed!) I believe that what you wear can also make an impact on how you feel, not to mention the tides of compliments you’ll get from those nicely fitted jeans that shape your bom-bom. I find the perfect way to share my views and opinions is with the family at DCSocialite which Paul has kindly adopted me to. Aside from sharing my swagtastic expression of cool in today’s society, I’m also a race car driver and an aspiring stripper. No pro-bono’s on the dance moves but you’ll see me at Summit Point’s tracks every other weekend.
You can check out all my posts here: Ian’s Posts
There is no such thing as a fruitless boring individual. However, there are those that come from unique circumstances and thus have a colorful story to tell. Hello. My name is Tri Tang and much like a certain pop singer, when the pictures go up from last night, end up online, I’m screwwwweeed oh well. I rage with the best and brown out with the worst, the only thing better than partying with me is my Bún bò Huế . Meeting my coworker and founder of DCSocialite was no coincidence. He was meant to pioneer DCSocialite just like I was meant to share all my culinary, cultural, and brown out experiences with you.
You can check out all my posts here: Tri’s Posts
Hi, I’m Scott. I moved to the Beltway in ’08 and became a proud Washingtonian soon thereafter when I settled in the Mt. Vernon Triangle neighborhood. I love DC and all it has to offer, especially the good food and the fact that there’s always something going on in town. I’m originally from NYC but went to high school and college in Atlanta where I spent a lot of time in the bar business and was heavily influenced by the music found in clubs such as Karma and Nomenclature back in the late 90′s. I also spent a few years as a student in Europe where I was first introduced to the likes of Nightmares on Wax, Kruder & Dorfmeister, DJ Kicks and the whole Studio !K7 phenomenon. Needless to say, I love music which is why I started the New Music Sunday post. I’m a fan of all types of music, though, and promise to introduce you to more than just electronica.
You can check out all my posts here: Scott’s Posts
A Virginia native, Kimberly is a swine flu survivor with a penchant for red lipstick, vintage dresses, and hot bowls of pho. Constantly writing, you can find her on her personal lifestyle blog Suburbanette, Twitter, and Yelp. She was recently featured on Metrocurean’s 5 Bites and the Washington Post article on “40 Dishes Every Washingtonian Must Try”. If you have a fun event or have a great food recommendation, drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can check out all my posts here: Kimberly’s Post
What’s in a name? I’ve never been so happy being unemployed. How did I get here? Let’s start off by introducing myself. My name is Victoria Minh Thi Hoang. I go by Minty on the streets and Victoria at work when I was employed.
I’ve learned over the years that my name is the essence of who I am and I’m thankful that I have a unique one. I love telling stories and the following is how my hippy parents came up with my name.
My mother named me Victoria after Victoria Principal. She was just only the most popular 80’s soap opera actresses on the planet. It is such a legit reason to name your daughter after a drama queen. ::Smirk::
You can check out all my posts here: Minty’s Posts