Power Tables in Washington, D.C.: Where Politicos Dine Every Day

Washington DC Power Tables Power Tables in Washington, D.C.: Where Politicos Dine Every DayIf so-called gatecrasher couple Tareq and Michaele Salahi wanted to rub elbows with Washington, D.C.’s political elite, they didn’t have to sneak into the White House. CNN recently compiled a compelling list of who lunches where between noon and 2PM on and around the Hill; the Salahis could have simply booked a table at any of these D.C. dining hotspots.

According to CNN, you can find some of our capital’s (and our nation’s) most influential movers and shakers at restaurants including Blue Duck Tavern (the First Couple), Café Milano, Charlie Palmer Steak (serving more than 100 congressmen and senators every week), Johnny’s Half Shell, Lebanese Taverna (Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayo), The Monocle, Old Ebbitt Grill, The Oval Room, Oyamel (Michelle Obama), The Palm (Rahm Emanuel, Madeline Albright, James Carville, and Mary Matalin, among others), Rasika and SEI (both host to the First Lady), and Tosca Ristorante (Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and David Axelrod).

If you’re looking for an opportunity to dine alongside your favorite lobbyist, senator, Supreme Court Justice, or even the President of the United States, you don’t need an invitation — just an OpenTable reservation.

One Response to “Power Tables in Washington, D.C.: Where Politicos Dine Every Day”

  1. katherine von bora

    Cafe Milano has seen better days! One can always tell a good restaurant by wait staff turnover ……and Milano has had its share of serious turnover recently…..very sad. Lots of the really good staff have disappeared, and the atmosphere just isn’t hte same……wonder what’s up?

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