The great thing about the blogosphere? Other people can now do your work—-and you get all the reading traffic. Hey, it works for Huffington Post! Sorry, back to the topic. Below is a collection of inauguration dining guides compiled by bloggers, journalists, advocacy groups, and God knows who else.
- DC Gastronome has a round up of 10 or so inaugural options.
- Campus Progress gives us the low down on ACKC‘s ChocObama, a mint-infused bar, as well as other goodies.
- Washingtonian has produced a pretty decent guide to inaugural eats (though it kinda runs out of steam at the end of the alphabet).
- The Going Out Gurus break down the breakfast options for Inauguration Day.
- Capital Spice has something for the tourists: a guide to D.C.’s historic eating establishments.
- VegDC.com reports that, among other vegetarian-friendly options, Sticky Fingers Bakery in Columbia Heights will be offering “an animal-friendly” Chicago-style hot dog.
- Metromix has compiled a list of cheap places to eat for those who have already shelled out too much for inaugural housing.
- OpenTable, of course, has a long list of restaurants doing something for the inauguration. It may be as little as selling you a bottle of wine for $44.
- And, finally, your dedicated Young & Hungry scribe offers his take on the inaugural eating madness and gives you some practical stuff, too: places serving special inaugural pizzas as well as places serving something a little sweeter.
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