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Plus coffee for lawmakers.

Jack Rose Dining Saloon
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THE MALL—The National Museum of American History is starting up a food-focused event series: Cooking Up History. It's monthly, free and will feature a guest chef preparing a recipe and talking about its history. First up: Amelia Morán Ceja. [EaterWire]

ADAMS MORGAN—Jack Rose Dining Saloon is going the charitable route again with Night of Southern Hospitality, a partnership with Chef Sean Brock for a dinner and night of rare whiskey. Proceeds are going to Jeeps for Joy. It's going down April 20. [EaterWire]

HOUSE OF DUNKIN MORELIKE—Now lawmakers have a new option for getting caffeinated: Dunkin' Donuts (along with sister brand Baskin Robbins) is opening in the Longworth Cafeteria, which is in the Longworth House Office Building in the U.S. House of Representatives. [EaterWire]


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