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During our vapid high-school years, going on a date meant dining on cheap, greasy food and making out in the darkness of a movie theater. You can’t deny how fun that still sounds, so head over to Foggy Bottom for a DC version of this classic American date.

Burger Tap & Shake grinds beef chuck and brisket in-house everyday to serve juicy burgers at a great price.Create your own house burger ($6) with fancy toppings ($1 each), or try one of the signature creations ($8) – the Southern Comfort has a fried green tomato on it…need I say more?

Also, the alcohol-spiked milkshakes ($8) are not to be missed and could be shared for a touch of romance.

Walk a few blocks North to West End Cinema (tickets $11) to ponder the intricacies of an indie film. While the candy is plentiful, it competes with a fully-stocked bar; make sure you treat your date to both or else things might end up like this.

The whole night will only cost $20 per person, plus drinks, tax, and gratuity. Maybe you’ll get even luckier at Lovers’ Lane…if one even exists in DC.

Burger Tap & Shake 2200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC. 202.587.6258
West End Cinema 2301 M Street NW, Washington, DC. 202.419.3456

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Lisha Yates

Lisha is a true Virginian, bearing an unhealthy obsession with Smithfield ham and Piedmont wines. Born with an appetite for the worldly, she grew up in her potty-mouthed grandma's soulful kitchen, asked for a bread-maker on her 11th birthday, has lived in Spain, and ate a whole spit-roasted guinea pig in Ecuador.She gets creative with her own cooking, too--like beer-battered shrimp tacos made with Natty Light and pancake mix. When she's not working as a consultant, or hunting for the best cheap eats, Lisha is tweeting her dining endeavors and leisurely whereabouts (or at home eating mac n' cheese, if we're being honest).

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