Public Justice Foundation Board of Directors were recently treated to a welcoming dinner at Lincoln Restaurant located at 1110 Vermont Avenue, NW. Washington DC. by Washington DC attorneys, Linda Correia, Sandra Robinson and Chris Nace. Public Justice Foundation board members were in Washington DC for their annual spring board meeting and membership drive. Public Justice’s mission is to right wrongs and marshal the resources, experience and dedication of public interest lawyers from across the country. Its staff
attorneys work with some of the best and brightest of the plaintiffs’ bar in cases that pose a threat to, or a violation of, fundamental fairness and rights. Hence, a gathering at a restaurant that pays tribute to one of America’s greatest presidents, known for his acts of freedom expression and liberation could not have been more appropriate.
Designed by Washington DC artist Maggie O’Neill, the interior of Lincoln Restaurant includes original paintings and artworks influenced by some of our most iconic American Pop artists. Challenging the boundaries of design, O’Neill incorporated
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Lincoln’s seasonal menu showcases simplistic market fresh dishes by Chef Demetrio Zavala crafted from fresh ingredients supplied by local farmers, daily seafood catches by local fishermen, and artisanal meat from ranchers around the region. Abraham Lincoln’s favorite foods including oysters, gingerbread and chicken fricassee are incorporated into the menu. My first course was the spinach artichoke fritters made with parmesan mornay and tomato confit. For my entree, I selected the crispy trout accompanied with a toasted farro salad, avocado yogurt puree, and arugula. For dessert I treated myself to strawberry rhubarb crisp accented with pistachio milk crumb and lavender ice cream. Lincoln Restaurant’s top-shelf spirits and specialty cocktails also pay tribute to America’s 16th. president. The Knob Creek bourbon in the whiskey sour was named for the stream that ran by Lincoln’s childhood home. White whiskey (a.k.a. moonshine), bright pink Gettysburg Address, or our Bloody Mary Todd (featuring cherry tomato-infused vodka, celery, onions and roasted red peppers) are served in unique mason jars and in antique style copper cups. Moreover, I can attest that the copper cup kept my drink ice cold. All in all, it was a great evening of comradery filled with great food, drink, conversation, history and ambiance.