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1200 16th St. NW, Washington D.C. 20036 This specialty drink called The Presidential was offered on debate nights and is being brought back for one night only on election night. The 15 cocktail includes Jefferson bourbon, applejack brandy, lemon juice, whiskey barrel bitters, cinnamon, and an apple chip garnish. (Photo courtesy of The Jefferson)
1200 16th St. NW, Washington D.C. 20036

This specialty drink called "The Presidential" was offered on debate nights and is being brought back for one night only on election night. The $15 cocktail includes Jefferson bourbon, applejack brandy, lemon juice, whiskey barrel bitters, cinnamon, and an apple chip garnish. (Photo courtesy of The Jefferson)

Washington D.C. The presidential burrito bowl election is on at California Tortilla. Customers can vote for their favorite candidate based on which bowl they order. Obamas chicken teriyaki luau bowl Mexican rice, grilled chicken, teriyaki sauce, stir-fry vegetables, grilled pineapple spears, chopped green onions. Romneys Mexican Mitt-loaf bowl grilled Mexican meatloaf, mashed potatoes, sautéed vegetables, sweet and savory meatloaf sauce, corn, salsa, chopped green onions. Each bowl costs 7.29. (WTOPChristine Amdam)
Washington D.C.

The presidential burrito bowl election is on at California Tortilla. Customers can vote for their favorite candidate based on which bowl they order.

Obama's chicken teriyaki luau bowl: Mexican rice, grilled chicken, teriyaki sauce, stir-fry vegetables, grilled pineapple spears, chopped green onions.

Romney's Mexican Mitt-loaf bowl: grilled Mexican meatloaf, mashed potatoes, sautéed vegetables, sweet and savory meatloaf sauce, corn, salsa, chopped green onions.

Each bowl costs $7.29. (WTOP/Christine Amdam)

Washington D.C. Passionfood Hospitality Restaurants are serving two cocktails in spirit of Obama and Romney. The South Side Combines gin, simple syrup, lime juice, soda, mint sprigs and lime slices The Mitt Julep A twist on the classic mint julep. Both cocktails cost 10. (Photo courtesy of Ceiba)
Washington D.C.

Passionfood Hospitality Restaurants are serving two cocktails in spirit of Obama and Romney.

The South Side: Combines gin, simple syrup, lime juice, soda, mint sprigs and lime slices

The Mitt Julep: A twist on the classic mint julep. Both cocktails cost $10. (Photo courtesy of Ceiba) Acadiana, Ceiba, PassionFish, District Commons, DC Coast

1517 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington D.C. The cafe in Dupont Circle is offering an election special called the Split Ticket. For 15, you get Obama family chili and Romneys birthday favorite, meat loaf cake. Obama Family Chili ground beef, onion, pepper, red beans, cumin, oregano, turmeric, basil, chili powder, tomato, cheddar, red onion, scallion Mitts Birthday Favorite Meat Loaf Cake ground beef, onion, bread crumbs, egg, lemon juice tangy gravy Served with garlic mashed potatoes and gravy and sautéed kale. Kramerbooks servers are asking customers which dish they preferred. As of Oct. 24, 63 percent said Obama chili while 37 percent said Romney meat loaf. (Photo courtesy of Kramerbooks Afterwords Cafe)
1517 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington D.C.

The cafe in Dupont Circle is offering an election special called the "Split Ticket." For $15, you get Obama family chili and Romney's birthday favorite, meat loaf cake.

Obama Family Chili: ground beef, onion, pepper, red beans, cumin, oregano, turmeric, basil, chili powder, tomato, cheddar, red onion, scallion

Mitt's Birthday Favorite Meat Loaf Cake: ground beef, onion, bread crumbs, egg, lemon juice; tangy gravy Served with garlic mashed potatoes and gravy and sautéed kale. Kramerbooks servers are asking customers which dish they preferred. As of Oct. 24, 63 percent said Obama chili while 37 percent said Romney meat loaf. (Photo courtesy of Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe)

2200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20037 In honor of the candidates home towns, Burger, Tap Shake is offering a Hawaiian pineapple shake for Obama and Michigan cherry shake for Romney. Both shakes cost 5.50. (Photo courtesy of Burger, Tap Shake)
2200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20037

In honor of the candidates' home towns, Burger, Tap & Shake is offering a Hawaiian pineapple shake for Obama and Michigan cherry shake for Romney. Both shakes cost $5.50. (Photo courtesy of Burger, Tap & Shake)

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1514 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington D.C. 20036 The Burger Joint is holding its own election based on the number of Obama and Romney burgers sold. 1 from the sale of each Presidential Burger is donated to Share Our Strengths No Kid Hungry Campaign. Each burger costs 12.99. As of Oct. 22, the Romney Burger was leading 1055-1006. The President Barack Obama Burger a signature BGR patty topped with a Chicago Vienna beef hot dog with relish and sport peppers The Governor Mitt Romney Burger a signature BGR patty topped with lobster and hollandaise (WTOPStephanie Steinberg)
1514 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington D.C. 20036

The Burger Joint is holding its own election based on the number of Obama and Romney burgers sold. $1 from the sale of each Presidential Burger is donated to Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry Campaign. Each burger costs $12.99. As of Oct. 22, the Romney Burger was leading 1055-1006.

The President Barack Obama Burger: a signature BGR patty topped with a Chicago Vienna beef hot dog with relish and sport peppers

The Governor Mitt Romney Burger: a signature BGR patty topped with lobster and hollandaise (WTOP/Stephanie Steinberg)

1515 North Courthouse Rd., Arlington, Va. 22201 Chef David Guas is whipping up two hot dogs that pay homage to the candidates hometowns. Mitt-chigan Dog A steamed hot dog with Michigan sauce (tomato-based chili sauce), chopped white onions and mustard POTUS Dog served Chicago-style with an all-beef dog, minced white onion, mustard, dill pickle spears, tomato slices, pickled sport peppers, sweet pickle relish and a dash of celery salt. The hot dogs cost 7. (Photo courtesy of Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar Eatery)
1515 North Courthouse Rd., Arlington, Va. 22201

Chef David Guas is whipping up two hot dogs that pay homage to the candidates' hometowns.

Mitt-chigan Dog: A steamed hot dog with "Michigan sauce" (tomato-based chili sauce), chopped white onions and mustard

POTUS Dog: served Chicago-style with an all-beef dog, minced white onion, mustard, dill pickle spears, tomato slices, pickled sport peppers, sweet pickle relish and a dash of celery salt. The hot dogs cost $7. (Photo courtesy of Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery)

1904 14th St., NW, Washington D.C. Policy has created two cocktails in honor of the candidates the Basil Barack Berry and Pomegra Mitt mojito. The restaurant is keeping a running tab on a chalkboard in the dining room of the drink orders. When the presidential winner is announced, the winning cocktail will be offered for free during happy hour 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 7. Basil Barack Berry blueberry Stoli, orange blossom simple syrup, muddled basil and lime, soda and blue curacao PomegraMitt Mojito pomegranik Stoli, cranberry juice, simple syrup, muddled mint and lime and soda. Both drinks cost 5. (Photo courtesy of Policy)
1904 14th St., NW, Washington D.C.

Policy has created two cocktails in honor of the candidates: the Basil "Barack" Berry and Pomegra "Mitt" mojito. The restaurant is keeping a running tab on a chalkboard in the dining room of the drink orders. When the presidential winner is announced, the winning cocktail will be offered for free during happy hour 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 7.
Basil "Barack" Berry: blueberry Stoli, orange blossom simple syrup, muddled basil and lime, soda and blue curacao

Pomegra"Mitt" Mojito: pomegranik Stoli, cranberry juice, simple syrup, muddled mint and lime and soda. Both drinks cost $5. (Photo courtesy of Policy)

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