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Eater's MoW* Guide to Holiday Party Eats in D.C.

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Every Man of the World* has a Heineken BeerTender®. After all, it lets you have the premium experience of pouring fresh Heineken draught beer right at home. It's probably the greatest gift in the world. Secretly, you'd love to buy one for yourself, but you can't. It's the holidays after all — buying yourself a gift looks selfish.

Until now. Introducing BeerFriender, a first of its kind Facebook application that matches you up with a like-minded stranger who's also in the market for a BeerTender®. Instead of buying BeerTenders for yourselves, the app makes it look like you bought them for each other. It’s going to change gift-giving as we know it.

Now that you are set with your BeerTender®, it’s obviously time to throw the perfect holiday party. Check out our list of Seattle's best to-go-friendly food spots to accompany your home-poured draught.

1.) Taylor Gourmet: For a more casual office party, order any of the Philly-style hoagies from Taylor Gourmet, including cold cuts like the Philadelphia Landfill, meatball sandwiches, salad bowls, chips, cookies and drinks.

2.) Central: Michel Richard's Central is famous for its fried chicken, which is also available to-go in two, four and six-piece buckets. They've also got other lunch items available to-to, including the charcuterie plate and the lobster burger.

3.) Hill Country:
Hill Country's Texas-style barbecue includes sides like corn pudding, mac 'n' cheese, and coleslaw, while there's also the option of moist or lean brisket, pork ribs, sausage from Kreuz Market and more.

4.) Estadio: This Logan Circle restaurant launched its lunch earlier this year featuring a selection of bocadillos — or sandwiches — available for takeout.

5.) Kushi: This Mount Vernon Square izakaya offers all kinds of options for office dining from just sushi to bento box options.

6.) Carmine's: This New York City import caters its Italian family-style menu that includes dishes like meatballs, chicken parmigiana, veal marsala and shrimp scampi.

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