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Where to Watch Super Bowl 47 in Washington
We’ve rounded up the best places to watch the Ravens/49ers match-up this Sunday. By Erin Keane Scott
Sign of the Whale is one of many bars offering specials for the Super Bowl. Photograph courtesy of Flickr user dbking.
Comments () | Published January 28, 2013

DC isn’t NOLA, and the Redskins aren’t playing, but that doesn’t mean you can’t party like it’s Mardi Gras while cheering on your adopted favorite team this weekend. Whether you’re a Ravens enthusiast or a 49ers fan, we’ve rounded up all the specials and parties we can find for watching the big game.

Argonaut
This ship-themed bar on H Street will offer half-price draft beers from 8 PM to close, and the game will be on nine TVs.

Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse
Watch the big game on the big screen. This Arlington bar and movie theater is offering free admission to its Super Bowl screening.

Board Room
Play a little game of your own while watching the Super Bowl on one of this board-game-themed bar’s seven TVs. Specials include $4 rail drinks, select beers, and house wines.

Buffalo Billiards
This Dupont Circle game-watching standby is throwing a huge party. Snag Miller Lite or Coors Light for $3.50 or $15 for a bucket of five. Redd’s Apple Ale is $4, Fireball Loaded Redd is $5, and Sam Adams is $4.50. The five giant projection screens will be tuned to the game, and partygoers will be entered into a raffle for a flat-screen TV.

Cause DC
Nosh on San Francisco- and Baltimore-themed food and drink while watching the game on a big-screen projector. You can also enter a drawing to get 25 percent off your tab for the evening.

Dodge City
Watch the game on an eight-by-eight big screen while downing $6 house-made chili with a choice of mac, Fritos, cheese, or onions. Miller High Lifes are $2, shots of Jim Beam Rye are $4, and rail drinks are $5.

Ireland’s Four Courts
This Arlington pub supports the Ravens and are gearing up for the gridiron battle by offering specials including $4 Peroni and 16-ounce Coors Lights for $3.50. Free hot dogs with toppings will be offered throughout the game.

Jack Rose Dining Saloon
Free food and $5 pints are on the menu at this Adams Morgan bar. The rooftop terrace has three flat-screens for showing the game, and chili and cornbread, sausage and hot peppers, and buffalo wings will all be gratis. Wash it all down with $5 hot punch and whiskey.

Lucky Bar
If you’re jonesing for tailgating fare, head to this Dupont Circle spot offering jumbo chili dogs and fries, brats, chili fries, and kielbasa and pierogies for $6.75 each. Wash it down with a pint of Bud Light, which will only set you back $3.50. Yuengling is $4 or $14 for a pitcher.

Mason Inn
Ravens fans will want to flock to this Glover Park bar with 12 big-screen TVs and a 100-inch projector screen. Starting at noon, pitchers are $8.75.

McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon
Watch the game on 21 screens and enjoy half-price wing baskets, $8 domestic pitchers, and $3 domestic drafts.

Mister Days
Hurricanes, an all-you-can-eat Cajun buffet, and a bunch of door prizes are one reason to make this Arlington sports bar your stop for the Super Bowl. Another: the 70 TVs and two projection screens.

Nanny O’Briens
This lively Cleveland Park pub will show the game on nine TVs and two big-screen projectors. Half-price burgers and beer specials will give you energy to cheer on your team.

Nellie’s Sports Bar
Nellie’s will offer its usual weekend specials. On Sunday from 11 AM to close, there’ll be $4 mimosas, Bloody Marys, house rail drinks, and drafts, as well as $15 buckets of beer.

Rocket Bar
Watch the game on one of 16 flat-screen TVS while enjoying a $3.50 can of Coors Light or a $4 can of Redds.

Sign of the Whale
If drowning your sorrows or toasting a victory is your aim, then the $30 all-you-can-drink rails, Bud, Shocktop, and Yuengling special should help you get the job done. The bar will be playing the game on 16 plasma-screen TVs. Reservations are recommended.

Solly’s
This newly expanded U Street haunt will have the game on a large-screen projector on the second floor. The standby recently started serving food, and the Italian Stallion sandwich and four-cheese grilled cheese are both game-worthy orders.

Union Pub
This Capitol Hill bar usually celebrates the Chicago Bears, but will play the Super Bowl on 25 flat-screens and three HD projectors next Sunday. Specials include $14 buckets of Goose Island 312 cans and $5 Fireball cinnamon whiskey.

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  • Jess Falborn

    The Redd's Apple Ale girls will be touring the city on Sunday handing out complimentary samples starting at Buffalo Billiards at 4pm and hitting Front Page, Bottom Line, Grand Slam, and Penn Quarter Sports Tavern.

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