Free food at Central? D.C.'s blogs
Good evening. It sounds like D.C. mayor-elect Vincent Gray and President Barack Obama had a perfectly lovely lunch (beef and broccoli stir fry, gumbo) on Wednesday. And yes he's supportive of many of issues Gray brought up. Talk is great -- but if Obama really wants to demonstrate his support perhaps he can take a few tips from the folks at Greater Greater Washington. Want to impress the relatives with your perfectly behaved children? The Social Safeway might be able to help.
What could be better that free food at Michel Richard’s Central? I can’t think of anything. Metrocurean has the details.
President Obama? Read thisfrom David Alpert over at Greater Greater Washington.
Georgetown’s Social Safeway is hosting a holiday-themed etiquette party for kids on Saturday. It’s free and cookies are involved. Think how impressed Aunt Joan will be when little Sammy uses the correct finger bowl. The Georgetown Dish has details.
From Nick at Macheesmo: 10 signs that you’re wasting money on food. (Hint: think of your freezer as you ‘emergency fund.’ )
With all this talk that a little company called "Groupon" may be bought by a very big company called Google, we offer this post from So Good. Meet the seven types of Groupon buyers.
That's it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great rest of the day. Back tomorrow with more great posts from the D.C.-area blogosphere.
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| December 2, 2010; 1:48 PM ET
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