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Batter Up: Bars to Watch the World Series
The Nationals didn’t make it to the World Series this year, but there’s always next season. Grab a beer with friends and follow the Series anyway. Cheer on the Philadelphia Phillies or the Tampa Bay Rays by dropping in one of these bars to watch the game, By Carlos Lu, Jesseka Kadylak
Comments () | Published October 22, 2008

Phillies fans can enjoy happy-hour drink prices and special food from the kitchen at Philadelphia Tavern in Manassas.

Summers Restaurant in Arlington will show all of the World Series games. Philliesnation.com says the sports bar is a good place for Phillies fans to watch their home team.

Come watch the series on one of Madhatter’s high-def TVs and enjoy $2.50 Bud Lights and 35-cent Buffalo wings during every game.

Mister Days Sports and Rock Cafe will have food and drink specials for every game.

Though the Rhino Bar is usually overrun by Red Sox fans, it will bitterly show the World Series games. Let’s hope it offers the same specials as when the Sox played—$8 pitchers of Bud Light and 25-cent wings.

Wear your jersey when heading to watch the games at Bar Louie in Chinatown and receive 14-ounce drafts for only $1.

At Billy Goat Tavern, all beers will be 40 cents off between 4 and 7 PM, before the big game.

Enjoy a game of pool while watching the Phillies and the Rays—75 percent of the screens will be tuned in to the games at Buffalo Billiards. Treat yourself to $3 Miller Lites and food specials.

The Bottom Line will have drink specials during game two: $2.50 Budweiser and Bud Light bottles and a $3.50 basket of tater tots.

51st State Tavern in Foggy Bottom will have happy-hour specials—$3 Dos Equis and $3 Magic Hat No. 9—all night during the first game. The baseball-loving tavern will play the games on all ten of its TVs, and because neither of the New York teams even made the playoffs this year, the place is a good neutral ground for any fan.

Grevey’s Restaurant and Sports Bar has 50 TVs and a knowledgeable baseball crowd for your World Series-viewing pleasure. But Rays fans be warned: The crowd tends to be from Philly.

The 14 TVs at Joe Theismann’s will be tuned in to the games, and a big crowd is expected, so get there early.

Lucky Bar in Dupont Circle will show the games on its 22 TVs, which include three six-foot screens and plasmas everywhere. There will also be food and drink specials.

McFadden’s will be using its football food specials—$2 Miller Lite Drafts, $10 Miller Lite pitchers, and a $5 wing basket—for the baseball game on Wednesday night. Half of the bar’s 20 TVs will be tuned in to the games.

Mezza Luna will be extending its happy hours and playing the first game on five big screens, which include a 100-inch projector. Although it doesn’t have any specific specials planned for the night, it’ll accommodate large groups with drink specials if they come to cheer for a specific team during all games.

Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub will show the game but with no volume because there’ll be live music playing Wednesday night as well.

Rocket Bar will show the games with usual specials, and they’re expecting a big, baseball-loving crowd.

Willy K’s Sports Cafe will show the games on its 14 TVs and can accommodate large groups with drink specials on request.

Schedule: (all games start at 8 PM)
Game 1: October 22, Philadelphia at Tampa Bay
Game 2: October 23, Philadelphia at Tampa Bay
Game 3: October 25, Tampa Bay at Philadelphia
Game 4: October 26, Tampa Bay at Philadelphia
Game 5: October 27, Tampa Bay at Philadelphia
Game 6: October 29, Philadelphia at Tampa Bay
Game 7: October 30, Philadelphia at Tampa Bay

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