With less than two weeks left before Election Day, you probably know where Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama stand on foreign policy and the economy (well, sort of). But are you familiar with the candidates\u2019 favorite spots to grab a late-afternoon chili dog, an early-morning enchilada or some sloppy Southern barbecue on the campaign trail?\r\n\r\nFrom Michigan to Mississippi, grubbing on everything from pulled pork to organic kale, these are bars and restaurants the commander in chief hopefuls have been spotted at sipping and supping.\r\nPresident Barack Obama\r\nLincoln, Washington, D.C.\r\nIn mid-June, President Obama ate lunch at the Lincoln restaurant in Washington, with the four winners of the \u201cDinner with Barack IV\u201d competition. Evidently keeping the health-conscious first lady in mind, the president began his meal with an organic kale salad with lemon vinaigrette, followed by the all-natural burger with cheddar cheese\u2014a customer favorite at the establishment named after President Obama\u2019s favorite predecessor.\r\nRomero\u2019s Caf\u00e9 & Catering, Pueblo, Colorado\r\nDuring a two-day campaign stint in Colorado, President Obama, accompanied by U.S. Secretary of the Interior (and Colorado native) Ken Salazar, made an impromptu stop for breakfast at this 52-time award-winning chili house. There\u2019s little doubt that the self-proclaimed chili-loving President enjoyed his enchilada tejanas with chorizo from the two-time International Chili Society world champion.\r\nThe Varsity, Atlanta\r\nKnown for his occasional weakness for fast food\u2014and who can blame him?\u2014President Obama indulged in hot dogs and burgers on a trip to Atlanta in June. The legendary local fast-food market, serving up savory bites since 1928, prepared five chili dogs, four regular dogs and a cheeseburger to go for the president and his staff.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nGovernor Mitt Romney\r\nThe Mitt, Mt. Clemens, Michigan\r\nAfter receiving a personal invitation from The Mitt\u2019s owner, Ken Leonard, the Romney campaign stopped at this restaurant\u2014named not after the Michigan-native candidate, but for the mitt-like shape of the state\u2019s Lower Peninsula. The governor and his sidekicks devoured dishes of \u201cMichigan comfort food,\u201d including pizza, salad and wings. No word on how they liked the signature Mitt Kicker, a square-shaped pizza decked with hot soppressata, pepperoni, red pepper, onions, Hungarian wax peppers and sausage.\r\nThe Hickory Pit, Jackson, Mississippi\r\nUpon Romney\u2019s arrival in Jackson, this locally famous barbecue joint extended its finest Southern hospitality by sending the campaign staff a spread that included pork, baked beans, potato salad, coleslaw, salad, buns, Texas toast and Hershey pie. Romney clearly enjoyed the Southern barbecue, perhaps even a little too much: His bodyguard tweeted a photo of him with the thick, sweet barbecue sauce on his white dress shirt.\r\nDos Amigos Burritos, Concord, New Hampshire\r\nBack in December, Romney sat down to lunch at the Concord location of this Mexican eatery with law student Soren Dorius, winner of the campaign\u2019s \u201cGrab a Bite with Mitt\u201d promotion. Romney ordered a pulled pork burrito on a white flour tortilla (sans cheese), with medium-spicy hot sauce and the restaurant\u2019s popular yogurt sauce. At the soda fountain, he mixed Cherry Coke with Diet Coke.