LINCOLN Featured on TravelChannel.com & Capitol File

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TravelChannel.com recently featured LINCOLN Restaurant in their article Visit DC to Commemorate Abraham Lincoln’s Assassination. Capitol File’s Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Death did the same. Thanks for the press! They both recommend LINCOLN Restaurant in DC as a great place to stop for a bite to eat after a tour of the DC monuments and …

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Press: Cherry Blossom Specials 2015

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Many of Washington DC’s top restaurants joined in the National Cherry Blossom Festival tradition by serving cherry-infused or themed dishes as the nation’s capital celebrated the festival, March 20-April 12, 2015. Our menu featured unique tastes including a Cherry Coke pulled pork sandwich, rabbit and nettle gnocchi and amaretto sugar-dusted donuts. We had several press mentions during …

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Here’s to Four More Years! Our Anniversary Party Featured in REVAMP, K Street Mag

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On Monday night here at LINCOLN Restaurant in Washington, DC, we hosted a celebration of all the hard work that goes into making a restaurant, and to thank our entire team for a job well done. REVAMP & K Street Magazine covered our fourth anniversary party with articles including several stunning pictures of the event and our …

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ABC 7 News at our Private Party

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Local women gathered at LINCOLN in Washington DC for a Private Event hosted by the Egg Whisperer, and ABC 7 News did a feature story right after the Oscars this week. At first glance, the gathering appeared to be your typical ladies night out with guests enjoying wine and scrumptious passed hors-d’oeuvres by LINCOLN’s Private Events team. Also included …

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Proprietor Alan Popovsky in the City Paper: Holiday Private Events

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The City Paper recently interviewed our very own Alan Popovsky in an article about corporate holiday private events, or holiday office parties, here in DC. Thanks for the press! The City Paper details both the wild and tasteful side of holiday office parties, including both the excesses and Popovsky’s observation that companies have toned down the …

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We’re on the Map: First Ever DC Metro Restaurant Map

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What a brilliant idea: Thrillist created the first ever DC Metro Restaurant Map, and LINCOLN Restaurant was their pick for McPherson Square. Thanks for the press! For those living in McLean, Reston, or working in Tyson’s or further out, the Silver Line now makes it possible to plug into nightlife without driving, parking or traffic woes. So …

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Bookworms + Cocktail Enthusiasts, Take Note: LINCOLN Featured in Jaime Joyce’s Book “Moonshine”

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Moonshine, or unaged “white” whiskey, has made a comeback here in the DC area in recent years. Jaime Joyce’s new book “Moonshine: A Cultural History of America’s Infamous Liquor” provides a pretty comprehensive history of the formerly illicit beverage, from its Smoky Mountain roots through the Prohibition, its connections with NASCAR and the mafia, and LINCOLN …

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The Bar @ LINCOLN: Where to Find Moonshine in Washington, DC

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Epicurean in DC recently profiled LINCOLN’s Honest Abe’s Moonshine in its article Places to Find Moonshine in Washington, DC. We also got some ink in Jaime Joyce’s book “Moonshine: A Cultural History of America’s Infamous Liquor”, the history of a long-held American tradition that began in the 1700′s with the first Scots-Irish settlers and continues into current day …

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Honest Abe’s Moonshine Featured in DC Modern Luxury

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“Abe would have loved it,” says LINCOLN proprietor Alan Popovsky of our Honest Abe’s Moonshine. “It’s refreshing and gives you a lift.” Our mixologists are whipping up this delicious cocktail for you all summer, featuring XXX Shine white whiskey, housemade ginger syrup, fresh lemon sour and orange bitters. Modern Luxury’s Front Desk just featured it, describing …

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Zagat’s On Tap Profiles Our Fourth of July Friday

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July Fourth on a Friday in DC: what better way to let freedom ring? With awesome free entertainment on the Mall and a parade, concert and the magical fireworks starting at 9:10pm, it’s going to be quite a festive weekend. Zagat’s On Tap and Washingtonian profiled our party specials for the 4th, including our Emancipation punch bowl for $34, …

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Come Try Zagat’s “Best Mint Julep in DC”

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Zagat just included LINCOLN on its “Best Mint Juleps in Washington, DC” list. Also included: sister restaurant Teddy & The Bully Bar in Dupont Circle. Thanks for the press! Mint Juleps aren’t just for Derby Day anymore, and they’re one of the best drinks on our summer menu. Learn more about what makes our bar program tick …

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Looking for things to do in DC?

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Those looking for things to do in DC, groups booking private events, tourists looking for a memorable trip and executives in town for conventions consistently rank LINCOLN Restaurant among the best restaurants in the city on Trip Advisor. All the praise and positivity helped us achieve Trip Advisor’s 2014 Certificate of Excellence. The award goes to accommodations, …

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“Best Deviled Eggs in DC,” say Local Food Bloggers

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It has been great to see our Deviled Eggs featured in various blogs around town! Says Girl Meets Food, “few other things say summer quite like these zesty, creamy bundles of bliss.” Thanks for the press! Her ode to Deviled Eggs in DC includes “Au Natural, Jennifer Aniston-like Devils,” “Smokin’ Hot Jennifer Lawrence Devils,” and “Full-Out-Man-Whore, …

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Punchbowls on the Patio

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According to Zagat, modern bartenders’ love of retro cocktails has brought back something delicious, and great for a crowd … spiked punch! Their recent article profiles our Emancipation Punch (Bluecoat gin, Cuca Fresca cachaça, chamomile, clove, lemon and Barkeep lavender bitters), available daily for $49 for four to eight people. It’s the perfect thing for you, …

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Choose Your Own Adventure, Small-Plates Style

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The CityPaper recently published an article about the small plates trend in DC, and how local restaurants have created a menu lexicon all their own. (Read the full article here.) According to CityPaper, gone are the days of a traditional three or four-course menu format containing “soups,” “appetizers,” “entrees,” and “desserts.” LINCOLN and sister restaurant Teddy & …

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