2 years of P.J. Clarke’s

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PJ Clarke’s. Mmmmmm.courtesy of raphaelstrada

When P.J. Clarke’s opened in D.C. two years ago, I was one happy camper. I have fond memories of the original New York establishment, a place my dad and I would frequent on any trip up to the city. It’s an institution of sorts, not just because of all it’s been through (The Depression, Prohibition, two World Wars… and Sandy) but because of all the people who stop by top bite into a little history, and indulge in one of the city’s best burgers. Now, P.J’S has graced D.C. with that same red checkered tablecloth, fantastic Bloody Mary’s, large trays of oysters, and of course, the Cadillac burger.

To celebrate their 2 year anniversary today, P.J.’S will be offering it’s burger goodness for $2.00, all.day.all.night.  That’s many meals resolved.

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While it was Georgetown that brought me here, it was the city that kept me here. I was born in Colombia but spent my teenage years in London, yet have never felt more at home than in the District. I believe the best way to get to know a place is through its cuisine, and plan my life around sharing good food with good people. Lover of lattes, bacon and bourbon. This is Why I Love DC .Follow me on Twitter or Email natalia(at)welovedc.com

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