Horace and Dickies Seafood Carryout:
If they seem unfazed by the crowds at Horace and Dickie's, it's because they are. Founded in 1989, Horace and Dickies isn't unfamiliar to hordes of people clamoring for a bite at their door. In fact, the quick stop seafood shack in Northeast D.C.'s H Street corridor says they're not doing anything special for inauguration, just serving up their affordable Southern soul food from 10 a.m. to midnight like they always do. Over the dinner din, a manager laughingly told ABC News, "We're used to the crowds!" Between the deep fryers and the regulars, it's close quarters at Horace and Dickies, so expect to stay as long as your fish fry and the line out the door will allow.
H Street Corridor. 809 12th St NE, (202) 397-6040
Jumbo Slice: Whether it's for an early lunch or a snack on your late night stumble home, there's only one Jumbo Slice pizza and you'll find it in Adams Morgan at Pizza Mart 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. every day of the week. For the past 14 years, it has been the original slice the size of your head, really, and the owners say they're stocked and ready for the inaugural crowds, with a few extra items on the menu just for this inauguration.
Adams Morgan. 2445 18th St NW, Sun-Sat 11a.m. - 3a.m.