Bluemercury founder Marla Malcolm Beck's favorite things to do in the capital.
When Marla Malcolm Beck, founder of luxe cosmetics emporium Bluemercury in Georgetown, isn't running her empire, she likes to wind down with a spot of tea, take in spectacular rooftop views or pretend to be a spy with her kids. Here, she shares her favorite things to do in the nation's capital.
Just blocks from our offices, Baked & Wired’s treats make both kids and parents happy.
1052 Thomas Jefferson St. NW, 202.333.2500
Le Village Marche carries the best gifts in the city. They're opening a new location in Cathedral Commons.
3318 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 703.379.4444
Learning about the ingenuity and imagination of real-life spies at the International Spy Museum is exciting for my kids (and for me!). Who doesn’t want to be James Bond?
800 F St. NW, 202.393.7798
The back patio at Capital Teas is a serene place for a spot of tea and a few moments of solitude with a newspaper.
731 8th St. SE, 202.547.8327
The Textile Museum’s new space is beautiful and always inspirational.
702 21st St. NW, 202.994.5200
Each season, the C&O Canal is like a different place. It’s a great spot to explore with our whole family.
P.O.V., on the roof of the W Hotel, is the best place to watch the sun set.
515 15th St. NW, 202.661.2400
Chez Billy Sud in Georgetown is a beautiful restaurant that serves great vegetarian options.
1039 31st St. NW, 202.965.2606