This week's top dish from Eater DC, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
HOLIDAY TRAVEL—This week, Eater sites across the country came out with airport dining guides. If you find yourself traveling in the next few weeks, do check out Eater's guide to National Airport, Dulles or BWI — or a whole slew of other major hubs.
DUPONT CIRCLE—A very Irish pub named Irish Whiskey announced that it'll open in Dupont in early January with 50 brands of whiskey, 80 beers, a "members-only whiskey club" and lots of gimmicky Irish stuff, like any Irish pub would do.
DEL RAY—President Barack Obama went out to Del Ray for some Christmas shopping this week and stopped off at Del Ray Pizzeria to pick up three large pies to bring back to the White House with him.
GEORGETOWN—When trends collide: super-trendy LA-based frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry officially opens in Georgetown — across the street from Georgetown Cupcake, no less — today.
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS—As Curbed reported yesterday, the IHOP in Columbia Heights has now become a bullet point for people who argue about government waste, with one editorialist even going so far as to call the neighborhood "toney." Eater takes a look at the neighborhood's other restaurants to see whether that's actually true.