Where to Eat in Washington, D.C. During the Inauguration
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 inauguration and the post-swearing in parade, head indoors for lunch or dinner at one of D.C.’s best restaurants.
From casual, inexpensive chili cheese dogs at President Obama’s favorite Ben's Chili Bowl to José Andrés’ imaginative multicourse, progressive tasting menu of diminutive single-, two-, and three-bite dishes at minibar, there is something to please everyone in the nation’s capital.
If the thought of jostling for a reservation or waiting at one of these dining hot spots does not appeal to you, consider a roadside feast at one of D.C.’s top food trucks. No matter where you decide to nosh in the nation’s capital, you’re sure to find a feast that rivals what Obama is eating on Inauguration Day — after all, he’s been known to dine at several of these spots including Ben’s Chili Bowl and Blue Duck Tavern at the Park Hyatt.
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