A Washington eatery just steps from the White House is getting in the Presidents' Day spirit with a line-up of drinks inspired by the country’s commanders in chief.

Among the Presidents' Day offerings featured at Occidental Grill & Seafood in downtown D.C.: the #44 cocktail, named after former President Obama. The $11 drink is an ode to Hawaii, where the 44th president spent much of his childhood, and is made with Don Q spiced rum, coconut water, blackberry, pineapple and club soda.

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The Occidental calls #41 a “tasteful tribute to George H.W. Bush’s soaring skydiving days.” Bush, who died last November, was known for jumping from planes into his 90’s. The drink is comprised of Skyy watermelon vodka, Gran Clasico and orange juice.

The libation created for former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonFeehery: Pivoting to infrastructure could help heal post-impeachment wounds Press: Ukraine's not the only outrage The 2 events that reshaped the Democratic primary race MORE, the first saxophone-playing POTUS, is meant to harken back to the “jazz and blues sound of the 1920’s period” with a coriander-and-cardamom-infused blanc vermouth twist on the classic martini. The #43, named for former President George W. Bush, is a simple Michelob Ultra and a shot of rye.

But it’s the restaurant’s President TrumpDonald John TrumpMost Americans break with Trump on Ukraine, but just 45 percent think he should be removed: poll Judge orders Democrats to give notice if they request Trump's NY tax returns Trump's doctor issues letter addressing 'speculation' about visit to Walter Reed MORE-inspired beverage that could have patrons doing a double take, or double sip. The #45 mocktail is aimed at “teetotalers like” Trump, according to the dining destination. The bright orange-hued $8 concoction is a mix of carrot juice, cucumber, strawberry and Q Indian tonic.

The Occidental isn’t the only culinary hotspot in the District to mark Presidents' Day on Monday. ITK hears that at the Watergate Hotel, newly arrived executive chef, Sébastien Giannini, is taking a page out of 1973’s “The Watergate Cookbook.” After 5 p.m. on Presidents’ Day, Giannini will serve up his take on “Nixon’s prawns” at the famed hotel’s The Next Whisky Bar as well as Kingbird. The $24 appetizer, which “pays tribute to Nixon’s famed operatives” H.R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman, includes prawns presented in a martini glass with a whipped whisky and white white-infused mayonnaise.