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Which White House Correspondents’ Dinner Party Looks Best?

Bryan Cranston or Connie Britton? The Hamilton or the Spanish Embassy?

What’s the best party location of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner?

Washington Women in Journalism – Home of Gloria Story Dittus, Kalorma

Bytes & Bylines – Spanish Embassy, 2350 Foxhall Rd NW

Tinder, Independent Journal, Rock the Vote— W Hotel, 515 15th St NW

People, Time—St. Regis, 923 16th St NW

The Hill— Canadian Embassy, 501 Pennsylvania Ave NW

White House Correspondents’ Jam II— The Hamilton, 600 14th St NW

Google, HBO, Smithsonian— The Renwick, 1661 Pennsylvania Ave NW

SAG, Variety, WaPo— Washington Post, 1301 K St NW

The New Yorker— W Hotel, 515 15th St NW

Atlantic Brunch— District Commons, 2200 Washington Cir NW

NBC/MSNBC After Party— Institute of Peace, 2301 Constitution Ave NW

The Onion— Newseum Knight Conference Center, 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW

Reuters Brunch— Hay Adams Hotel, 800 16th St NW

CNN— Long View Gallery, 1234 9th St NW

Which White House Correspondents Dinner party has the best celebrity guest?

Reuters Pre, Post and Brunch Parties—Von Miller, Michael Kelly

Bytes & Bylines— Ambassador Ramón Gil-Casares, Wendi McClendon-Covey

People, Time—Jenna Fischer, Nyle DiMarco

White House Correspondents’ Jam II— Rolling Stones’ Chuck Leavell, John Bell of Widespread Panic

Google, HBO, Smithsonian— Bryan Cranston, Jay Roach

SAG, Variety, Washington Post— Anthony Anderson, Shonda Rhimes

Atlantic Brunch— Hope Solo, Connie Britton

Atlantic/ CBS— Jeff Zients, Travis Kalanick

USA Today/Gannett— Kendall Jenner, Miles Teller

Fox News— Tony Romo, JC Chasez

NBC/MSNBC After Party—Jaimie Alexander


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