Kate Krader (@kkrader on Twitter) is Food & Wine's restaurant editor. When she tells us where to find our culinary heart's desire, we listen up.
As Election Day fever ramps up more and more each day, you might have gotten caught up in it. And, you might be asking yourself a few timely questions: How can I make my vote heard now (especially if I didn’t register for early voting)? How can I register my vote in more than one state? And how can I vote more than once?
The answer to all those questions, from a strictly legal perspective, is you can’t. However, if you want to cast your vote by choosing entrées at a few select restaurants in and around Washington, D.C., then it’s all good.
The two dishes obviously highlight the home and adopted states of both candidates, with the Hawaiian mahi-mahi for President Obama and the Massachusetts culinary staple, cod, for Governor Romney. You will also be able to vote on the Legal Sea Foods Facebook page - at least for your favorite dish.
POTUS Dog: The Chicago-style all-beef dog is topped with yellow mustard, onion, tomato, pickled peppers, sweet-pickle relish and a dash of celery salt.
Mitt-chigan Dog: The Michigan-style dog is steamed and covered with “Michigan Sauce” (a tomato-based chili sauce), plus chopped white onion and a drizzle of mustard.
Good Stuff Eatery (Washington, DC)
Art and Soul (Washington, DC)
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