WASHINGTON -- The nation's capital is getting a new presidential-themed restaurant. As The Washington Post's Tom Sietsema reported on Tuesday, Alan Popovsky -- the restaurateur who owns Abraham Lincoln-themed restaurant Lincoln near McPherson Square -- is preparing to start construction on Teddy & The Bully Bar, a spot at 1200 19th St. NW that will honor Theodore Roosevelt.

It's all part of Popovsky's newly formed Presidential Restaurant Group, which could lead to a collection of restaurants honoring other commanders in chief.

As Sietsema points out, Teddy's location sits across the street from where Roosevelt lived when he was assistant secretary of the Navy. This got us thinking about potential Presidential Restaurant Group expansion in the nation's capital. Where else could Popovsky situate new presidential restaurants?

Some ideas ...

Richard Nixon
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A historical note marks parking spot D32 in a parking garage in the Rosslyn where Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward met in secret with his source "Deep Throat" (Senior FBI official Mark Felt) as Woodward investigated then-President Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal in 1972 and 1973.

Perhaps Popovsky can remake this parking garage into a Nixon-themed wonderland?

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