Compiled by Sarah Smith
A four-hour personal shopping trip with Tara Luizzi, a ten-year veteran of the D.C. style scene who has connections at top boutiques like Relish and Hu’s Wear. She can also oversee a makeover at the luxury apothecary Blue Mercury. tarastylesdc.com.
Six first-tier tickets to the Signature Theatre’s 20th-anniversary production of Sweeney Todd. Signature, winner of the 2009 regional theater Tony Award, will host the show’s run—which coincides with Stephen Sondheim’s 80th birthday—through April 4. sig-online.org.
One night in a deluxe room at the Jefferson hotel, which recently reopened after a 2.5-year renovation. No. 810, on the top floor, is the one to book, with its bay window and soaking tub. jeffersondc.com.
A seven-course tasting menu with wine pairings for four at Eola, a modern American restaurant that debuted in October just off Dupont Circle, by newcomer chef Daniel Singhofen. The pumpkin gnocchi is a much-talked-about favorite. eoladc.com.
Eight jars of Kantic Mask, a creamy antioxidant facial made from oats, wild pansies, blueberries, and grapes, from Alchimie Forever, whose Georgetown flagship launched in July. alchimie-forever.com.
Four rounds of drinks (by Sasha Petraske, best known as the mixologist behind New York City’s Milk & Honey) plus snacks and sweets (by Jean-Georges Vongerichten) for four people at POV, the latest It spot, which sits atop the city’s new W Hotel. starwoodhotels.com.