The U.S. Senate continues to manage its own in-house dining operations, primarily the venerable Senate Dining Room, called “Washington's most exclusive restaurant,” as well as five other dining outlets and onsite catering, through an entity called the Senate Restaurants Revolving Fund. The Fund revolved to the tune of a $1.7 million defict in its 2005 and 2006 fiscal years, according to a Government Accounting Office audit published a year ago. The Senate Dining Room, in the Senate half of ...
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