Eat like a senator for intern prices at these Washington, D.C. restaurants.
You could almost hit the White House with a rock from this bright, tiny restaurant. (Note: Rock throwing is not recommended in D.C.). Breadline's are decorated with old rationing signs that seem campy to modern politicos. One says: "Save a loaf a week, help us win the war!" But you'll definitely want to eat the bread here. It's crusty on the outside, soft inside--perfect to house sweet Italian sausage, peppers, and provolone or prosciutto, Gorgonzola, and fig jam. The curried chicken salad has a fresh, spicy richness and packs a sweet aftertaste, probably accounting for why it's one of Breadline's most popular dishes.