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Snow-Day Specials Around Washington
All-day happy hours, cheap eats, and more. By Anna Spiegel
No work? Sip wine all day during the many happy hours. Photograph via Shutterstock.
Comments () | Published March 3, 2014

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.

DC

Al Dente

The Foxhall eatery opens at 4 today with half-price pizzas, $4 beers, and $5 house cocktails.

Carmine’s

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).

Cashion’s Eat Place

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.

Firefly

The deal: all-night happy hour from 4 to close.

Granville Moore’s

The H Street spot opens at noon with $12 bowls of mussels all day.

Hill Country

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.

Osteria Morini

All-day happy hour!

Poste

Head to Penn Quarter for all-day brunch, including the buzz-inducing Bloody Mary bar and all-night happy hour.

Virginia

Northside Social

Caffeine-hunting in Clarendon? The cafe is open and serving up hot coffee alongside Nutella pop tarts.

Trademark

Head in at noon for $7 specials like grilled cheese and tomato soup and hot toddies.

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