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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Doggy Bag: Holed Up with the Hooters Girls

Posted By on Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 5:56 PM

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Our favorite morsel from the blogs.

Pure fantasy: Grub Street's Adam Martin plays a sort of fantasy foodie game, speculating where POTUS might dine tomorrow should he choose to escape the money bubble of the Dems' Saint Francis fundraiser. Martin spins WTF matchups involving Obama with Zuni ("if he were here with Michelle"), Swan Oyster Depot ("during Dungeness season, we hope some advisor would mention Swan as the top destination in town for fresh crab"), and Quince ("chef-owner Michael Tusk puts a lot of thought into his cooking, which the president would appreciate"). We have our own suggestion, every bit as unlikely as Martin's. Ready? It's Hooters (353 Jefferson at Jones), and not just for the Five-Wing Flapperstizer. Nope, it's because anyplace as tacky as Hooters might well be the last place gay protestors upset with Obama over DADT and DOMA would set foot. We're guessing that'd suit the White House just fine.

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