In preparation for the holidays, Unsilent Generation would like to thank our advertisers for their support, and let readers know about some wonderful gifts they’re offering.
Washington’s famous Tabard Inn is a family-owned inn and restaurant made up of several Victorian row houses, named for the hostelry in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. The Tabard offers gift certificates for brunch, lunch, dinner, overnight stays, and any combination–so they make a perfect gift for District-dwellers and visitors alike. Or you can treat yourself to their special Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve dinner, or weekend brunch. Take a tour and read reviews here, and then visit this link for more information on gift certificates.
In a different vein, Route 11 has holiday tins of their potato chips, which come in many different flavors, all hand-cooked at their Virginia factory (which you can visit if you like to watch potato chips frying). These are great gifts for office parties, business associates, or people you’ll be visiting–infinitely better than than those tins of crappy popcorn. Click here for a complete selection.