“In the mood to celebrate President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration at a D.C. bar? For four days in January, they’ll be open 24 hours a day.
Under emergency legislation approved by the D.C. Council yesterday, any District establishment with a liquor license, including restaurants and nightclubs, will be allowed to serve alcohol until 5 a.m. — three hours later than usual — and serve food round-the-clock from Jan. 17 until the morning after Obama’s swearing-in on Jan. 20.”
I guess I’ll respect the emergency legislation and have at least one cocktail in a bar at 4:55 am.
Conor, thank you.