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Super Bowl XLVII Food & Drink Specials in Washington, D.C.

Super Bowl XLVII Food & Drink Specials in Washington, D.C.

The kickoff for Super Bowl XLVII takes place at 6:30 PM on Sunday, February 3, but you don’t want to wait for the last minute to plan your day. Whether you’re in it for the sports, the ads or just the party atmosphere, check out these great specials all over D.C. May the best team win, but more importantly, may the best drinks be yours! (Know a special we missed? We'll be updating throughout the week, so please tell us about it in the comments.)

Agora: $4 Mythos Hellenic Lager bottles (Greece) and Efes Pilsner bottles (Istanbul, Turkey), $4 Peroni pints (Rome, Italy, $5 Bacardi and Stoli mixed drinks, $5 select red wines and $6 select white wines.  

The Big Hunt: $3 house pints all day with the game showing on multiple TVs. $1 off beer of the week after 9 PM.

Bottom Line: $2.50 Miller Lite and Coors Light bottles, $10 pitchers of Miller Lite, $12 pitchers of Blue Moon, $5.50 Captain Morgan drinks, $3 appetizers. An iPad Mini and other prizes raffled off at halftime. DJ spins after the game.

Clyde’s Gallery Palace: Extended happy hour specials and half-priced raw bar from 3–6 PM and 11 PM–1 AM. All TVs will be showing the game.

Del Frisco’s Grille: Five flat screen TVs showing the game. During the game: $4 draft beers, $5 honey badger shots (Tuaca and fresh pineapple, served on tap) and select wines, $7 VIP martinis (fresh pineapple infused clementine Svedka vodka), $7 deviled eggs, cheesesteak eggrolls, pimento cheese fritters, lollipop chicken wings and roasted tomato flatbread.

Jack Rose Dining Saloon: “Eat for Free, and Drink for Almost Free” bowl party: $5 pints, hot punch, whiskey and beer from Maryland’s Evolution Craft Brewing Company and San Francisco’s Anderson Valley. Complimentary bar eats including chili and corn bread, Buffalo wings and sausage and peppers. Game also showing on heated rooftop terrace with three jumbo flat-screens.

Meridian Pint: Showing the game on 12 TVs with $4 pints of Balt Alt and 25% off appetizers during the game.

1920dc: Doors open at 4 PM. During the game: free purple shots for every Ravens touchdown and free red shots for every 49ers touchdown. Sunday happy hour specials (4–7 PM): $2 PBRs, $4 rail drinks and $6 specialty drinks. Additional specials from 4–10 PM: $5 Long Island iced teas and $5 wings. Downstairs, the DJ will be spinning hip hop but the game will be playing with full surround sound upstairs.

The Rhino Bar: $3.75 Smirnoff vodka cocktails, $8 pitchers of Miller Lite, Coors Light and Sam Adams. Prizes such as iPads and tap machines will be given away during the game.

Trademark: $8 specialty cocktails including Lewis’ Last Stand (cognac, rum and blackberries) and San Francisco Treat (Pisco, kumquat, lime and rosemary), select brews from each team’s city, $5 team-themed sandwiches (the Baltimore pit beef sandwich and the Frisco bahn mi),  half-price grilled wings and two hotdogs and a beer for $10.

Vinoteca: All-night happy hour: $5 wines by the glass and specials on small plates like $5 pan con tomate and $6 cod fritters.

Event Date: 02/03
Event Time: 6:30 PM Kickoff
Location: Various Bars
Price: PAYG
Type: Food,Sports


Tags: Food, Sports
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