Write a fake food guide for a fake political rally, and real people will actually read it. Some might even take it too seriously. (Or not.) Maybe the guide’s popularity just means that, whether we’re talking about politics or places to dine, people are more in a mood to laugh than labor loudly over the details.
Your favorite posts from last week:
- Mall Food: Where to Eat in D.C. After Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Rallies
- NRG Opens a Second Rustico in Ballston Today
- Lost Abbey Burning Witch Beer Label Riles Wiccans
- WaPo Explains the Chilly Business Deal Behind Gifford’s Ice Cream
- What Do Eve’s Renovations Say About the State of Fine Dining?