As Congressional staffers worked over the September 27-28 weekend to craft a Wall Street bailout package, they were left with few onsite dining options, according to Roll Call magazine. The cafeterias managed by Restaurant Associates on the House side of Capitol Hill were closed over the weekend, though the Members Dining Room and two convenience retailing/grab-and-go carryout venues were open. The office of the House’s Chief Administrative Officer cited cost concerns. Capitol Hill dining ...
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