Presidents aren’t expected, after all, to dine like college kids, notes Ruth Tam, a producer and host of the Dish City podcast, which examines Washington’s food scene. “Call me when the president waits in line at George’s King of Falafel or gets a jumbo slice at 1 a.m.,” she says, referring to a takeout spot favored by Georgetown students and the city’s traditional post-boozing meal of massive pizza portions, respectively. “We don’t want them to be too relatable.”