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Updated: Snow-Day Specials Around Washington
All-day happy hours, cheap eats, and more.
By now, you know the drill: The snow starts falling, offices close, and all-day happy hour ensues. Things could be worse than snow in March. We’ll keep you updated throughout the day as we get more details on specials.
This Navy Yard spot is open and serving happy hour drinks all day.
The Foxhall eatery opens at 4 today with half-price pizzas, $4 beers, and $5 house cocktails.
Head over for half-price pizzas at the bar all day and half-price wine all night long.
Head in for beers at an earlier noon-time hour.
Snow-day happy hour includes $25 pitchers of sangria, $5 churros, and more.
Trivia night starts at 7 with $4 wings and $5 wine.
All-day happy hour at this Penn Quarter spot includes eats such as $5 meatball sliders, garlic bread, and fried zucchini, as well as $12 cold antipasto (all portions serve two to four).
Looking for a nice lunch in Adams Morgan? Cashion’s opens at 1 with special chicken soup, bar snacks, and all-day happy hour that includes discounted bottles of wine, $5 beers, and $7 signature cocktails.
Think spring-y thoughts at this Penn Quarter brewhouse, which offers $4 Evolution Sprung beers.
It may not be gelato weather, but you can happily sip $3 hot chocolates at all locations.
This 14th Street pub opens at 2 with all-day-and-night happy hour: $4 beers, wine, and cocktails.
Free tater tot alert: You can snag the comped snacks from noon to 4. Other draws include $7 Irish coffees and spiked ciders and a screening of the Nats vs. Yankees spring training.
Wine lovers, take note: There are half-price bottles for you.
Both locations in Georgetown and on 14th Street offer happy hour all day.
All-night happy hour starts at 4.
The deal: all-night happy hour from 4 to close.
The restaurant opens at 4 for dinner, and in addition to the monthly industry night at 10, you’ll find $5 Fernet Branca snow cones.
The H Street spot opens at noon with $12 bowls of mussels all day.
The market opens at 11:30 as usual with all-day happy hour ($3 PBR, $5 house wine/shots/margaritas), and $20 pitchers. All-you-can-eat Monday starts at 5.
The doors open at 5 for $5 hot cocktail specials.
Specials include a warming Basque veal stew and carrot soup with goat-cheese croutons.
This new 14th Street spot offers $10 pizzas all night and a selection of 15 half-price bottles of wine.
The bar opens at 5 for $4 Stellas, $5 rail drinks, and $6 wines on the covered deck. In the restaurant you’ll find half-price mussels, burgers, and hot toddy specials.
Find free hot chocolate and $1 drip coffee.
Feast on all-day brunch while watching Star Wars, which begins screening at noon.
All-day happy hour!
The deal: $12 for a margarita, soup, and hot chocolate.
Warming eats such as chili and burgers are priced at $10, while beers and rum-spike lattes are $5.
Head to Penn Quarter for all-day brunch, including the buzz-inducing Bloody Mary bar and all-night happy hour.
Bottomless mimosas can be yours during all-day brunch.
Stop in for $5 Irish coffees, half-price beer and wine, and $1 cups of soup for every salad or sandwich order.
The Capitol Hill location serves brunch all day, including a $5 Bloody Mary bar. At the Logan Circle branch guests receive free Mexican hot chocolate with every entrée order.
Another all-day happy hour for your snow-day drinking needs.
The H Street spot opens per usual at 5 with $1 sliders all night.
Order lunch or dinner alongside half-price bottles of wine.
The snow hasn’t stopped this martini competition—in fact, you now have an excuse to start drinking $5 to $8 cocktails earlier. Ten restaurants are participating, including Mussel Bar, Raku, Redwood, and more.
Lunch deals start at $9, plus you can drink $2 drafts, $7 pitchers, and half-price margaritas.
Half-price burgers and wine!
It’s happy hour all day in Bethesda!
The dine-in-only deal in Silver Spring: half-price pizzas.
Find all-day happy hour.
Specials include squash soup, grilled chicken with Catalan spinach (both $10), and $15 fried cod with rosemary-garlic sofrito.
Caffeine-hunting in Clarendon? The cafe is open and serving up hot coffee alongside Nutella pop tarts.
The dine-in-only deal in Clarendon: half-price pizzas.
Warm up with posole soup, or opt for discounted warm drinks such as cinnamon coffee and Mexican hot chocolate.
Head in at noon for $7 specials like grilled cheese and tomato soup and hot toddies.
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