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Posted at 12:46 PM ET, 01/27/2011

Snow day closings and specials

By Fritz Hahn

After last night's awful commute, Washington seems to mostly be back to normal today. We're getting a few scattered reports of closings due to power outages, including Clyde's in Mark Center. (The Great American Restaurants chain had problems this morning, but all locations, including Sweetwater Tavern and Ozzie's Corner, are now open for lunch.) Pete's Apizza in Friendship Heights reports the phone and Internet are out, so it's cash-only at the moment.

If you're home for the day or need to get out of the office, here are some snow day specials worth checking out:

Although the federal government didn't close, Meridian Pint did open at 10 a.m. with lunch specials.

Kramerbooks' Afterwords Cafe is serving brunch all day; specials include banana French toast, croque madames and corned beef hash with eggs.

Taylor Gourmet is offering an all-day Snow Recovery Special: Two hoagies, two bags of chips, two sodas and a "fritto" side (ravioli, risotto balls or mozzarella sticks) for $20.11.

We'll add more as we get them.

By Fritz Hahn  | January 27, 2011; 12:46 PM ET
Categories:  Bars and Clubs, Restaurants  
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