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Topic - Tune Inn
The Hawk 'n' Dove, a Capitol Hill mainstay where congressmen and clerks, lawyers and foremen, college students and pensioners rubbed elbows over beers and burgers, reopened Thursday as a sleek, sophisticated version of its former self after a 15-month renovation that came with a change in ownership.
The Tune Inn, a venerable Capitol Hill watering hole where congressmen, their staffers, journalists and local residents have rubbed shoulders for more than six decades, was forced to close its doors for one of the only times in its history Wednesday after a small but potent morning fire ripped through its kitchen.