SPOTTED: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezNoncitizen voting doesn't pass this test McCarthy pleads with Republicans to stop infighting: 'Congress is not junior high' Ocasio-Cortez slams McCarthy's 'Ku Klux Klan caucus' after Omar death threat MORE (D-N.Y.) and Transportation Secretary Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegFeehery: Why Democrats are now historically unpopular Harris, Buttigieg to promote infrastructure law in Charlotte 'Fox & Friends Weekend' hosts suggest new variant meant to distract from Biden's struggles MORE — in what could serve as a glimpse at post-coronavirus pandemic life — meeting up for a Taco Tuesday party of two.
The New York Democrat and the 2020 White House hopeful were seen in the upstairs private room at Mexican food hot spot Mission Navy Yard in Washington on Tuesday, chowing down on tacos and beer. We hear both had to walk the length of the eatery's 150-foot bar to make their way to the exclusive area.
An ITK spy cracked of the restaurant pick, which typically boasts a high-spirited scene, "Guess if they wanted a very private place to meet they wouldn't have chosen Mission Navy Yard!"
The taco-filled outing comes just weeks after Buttigieg said he happened upon the famously initialed lawmaker while at the dog park with his and husband Chasten Buttigieg's pair of pooches.
"Buddy, our puggle, got to know this French bulldog," Buttigieg told host James Corden on "The Late Late Show" last month. "And then I looked up and Rep. Ocasio-Cortez was right there. So we had a nice chat."
Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel BowserMuriel BowserWhite House scrambles for safety on holiday parties Reviving urban economies by returning to the office: The case of the nation's capital DC homicide level highest since 2003 MORE (D) said this week that the nation's capital plans on lifting some coronavirus restrictions on businesses and restaurants starting May 21, when capacity limits will increase to 50 percent. Capacity limits will be lifted on June 11, Bowser said.