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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Washington, D.C.: Bars with Drink Specials

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Washington, D.C.: Bars with Drink Specials

 Whether you’re excited to follow the strategic sports battle between the year’s best football teams or are more interested in catching a glimpse of the newest high-budget ads, it’s very likely you’ll be watching the Super Bowl this Sunday. The most-watched television program in history is an opportunity to gather with friends and family while indulging in fun, be it with the traditional beer-plus-wings combo or bites and sips of a different ilk. We checked in with drinkeries across the city to find out why we should belly up at their bars to take in the big game, and they came back with lots of reasons, listed below. (Have a special we should add? Leave it in the comments.)

Barcode: Half-price select cans; $1 Bud Lights; $2 Guinness; $6 hot dog with chips; $9 for 3 chicken or beef tacos; $5 margherita pizza

The Big Hunt: $3 Big Hunt Bad Ass Amber, Big Hunt Bad Ass Wheat, Big Hunt Light Ass & Bud Light drafts

Blackbyrd: Food & drink specials TBA, including buckets of wings;

Blue Banana: Open early at 4 PM; $12 pitchers of Miller Lite & Yuengling; $15 pitchers of select beers; discounted cocktails; PORC food truck will be on-hand with special football menu

Breadsoda: $3 Bud, PBR, Miller Lite & Bud Light; discounted chili dogs, tacos & nachos; free pool, shuffleboard & Wii

Busboys & Poets: Food & drink specials TBA

Crystal City Sports Pub: $35 pre-paid reservation party on the third levelincludes pre-game appetizer buffet & half-time dinner buffet; $25 pre-paid reservations for a seat on the second floor (money goes toward your tab)

Darnell’s: $4 beers, rail drinks & wings

Duffy’s: $14 pitchers Miller Lite & Natty Boh; $20 pitchers of Fat Tire & Heineken; $16 buckets of tall boys of Schlitz, PBR, Miller High Life & Coors light.

Marvin: Food & drink specials TBA, including buckets of wings; game projected on the wall of the roof deck

Nanny O’Brien’s: $3 Miller Lite & Coors Light; $4.50 Harp and Smithwicks; half-price burgers from 5–10 PM

Nellie’s: $4 Bloody Marys, mimosas, draft beers & rail drinks; $15 buckets of Bud, Bud Light & Michelob Ultra
 
Rhino Bar: $8 pitchers of Miller and Coors light, $3.75 Jose Cuervo and Captain Morgan cocktail. 25 cent wings

Smith Commons: “Smith Hour” extended all night: $5 wines, beers, cocktails & small plates

Touchdown: $3 Bud, Bud Light, Miller Lite and Natty Boh; $4 shooters

Union Pub: 10 AM–4 PM: $6 Bottomless mimosas & Bloody Marys; 5:30 PM–Kickoff: $1 drafts; All day: $12 Bud & Bud Light buckets; $20 Team-themed craft buckets; $3 team shooters; Raffles and giveaways during the game

Wisdom: Two Natty Boh’s for $4; $1 drafts (Affligem Belgian Blonde & Fat Tire)
 
Photo via Flickr user Ennuipoet

 

Event Date: 02/05
Event Time: 6:30 PM Kickoff
Location: Various Bars
Price: PAYG

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