Senate Restaurant

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In Advise and Consent:

“A quick one,” Bob Munson said, “Because I think we’ve got to get to the floor pretty soon. I have an idea it’s going to be a rather blowy afternoon in the Cave of the Winds.”
“Yes,” Brigham Anderson agreed; and on that understanding they all took the subway over to the Capitol and went along to the Senate restaurant for forty-five minutes of rather restless conviviality during which the ladies of the party found it difficult to hold the attention of their senatorial companions because the latter were all waiting uneasily for the commanding double ring of the quorum bell which they were quite sure would mean trouble.”

In Real Life:

 

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