Inauguration Food and Drink
As the U.S. prepares for the 57th presidential inauguration, The Daily Meal decided to take a nostalgic look at past inauguration meals and what presidents have eaten on the big day. See First Bites...
Details about what President Barack Obama will eat after he takes the oath of office at the 57th formal Presidential inaugural ceremony on Jan. 21, have been unveiled. The inaugural luncheon has been...
Now that details of President Obama's inauguration eats and drinks are coming out, no one is more pissed than the French about Obama's drink of choice: a U.S.-grown sparkling wine.  The...
Where to Eat If You Want to Be President
Campaign season is getting into full swing and with the endless coverage about who said what, who thinks what, and why the other guy is bad for America, sometimes it's nice to remember the human...
Would you like bottled water or tap water? While the question used to be reserved for those dining at nice restaurants, it has become a political one. Government officials, already planning the...
We guess that people are still really, really interested in getting a taste of President Obama's Honey Ale: one report now shows that a group of Minnesotans paid $1,200 for a single bottle....
Dine, Drink, and Travel Like the President
First Family, the Queen, and Prince Philip
A White House State Dinner isn’t like a traditional dinner party. They're "bigger than the biggest weddings," former White House chef Walter Scheib told ABC News, and invitations...
We gave you all the possible cocktails you needed for the election (whether you were a Republican or a Democrat); now, one Washington, D.C. bar has upped the ante and mapped out the ultimate...
Blue Duck Tavern
Didn't score a ticket to President Barack Obama’s inaugural luncheon or one of the glitzy inaugural balls? After a morning spent standing in the cold watching President Obama’s...
While you may not be able to follow President Barack Obama on the campaign trail, you can travel and eat like he does when he’s crisscrossing the U.S. See Dine Like the U.S. President on the...
Election-weary voters in need of a vacation can take some inspiration from U.S. presidents past and present by traveling like the president. While you can’t book a stay at John F. Kennedy...
Hyannis Port Kennedy Compound
The presidential getaway is almost as old as the presidency itself, though over the centuries its purpose has changed. Thomas Jefferson, who often traded muggy, bustling Philadelphia summers for cool...
Red Hook Lobster Pound
For those who want a quick meal on their way to or from the inauguration, or who simply want to avoid the lunch rush at Washington, D.C.’s hottest restaurants, consider a stand-up meal from one...
Eastern Market
Eastern Market offers a savory smorgasbord of gourmet options to feast on. Located a skip away from famed Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., this fresh food fair is open Tuesday through Sunday...