The flakes are falling, and you know what that means (besides total chaos): food and drink specials! Washington restaurants and bars are stepping up per usual to make your snow day as fun as possible. We’ll update the list throughout the afternoon as more deals become available.
Half-price pizzas in the bar area all day.
The bar opens early with a limited menu, but you will find tater tots and beer—what else does life need?
Head in for $5 mulled wine from 5 to close.
Buffalo & Bergen at Union Market
Gina Chersevani serves up $3 hot cider and $10 Kentucky Snowballs.
Order a small or medium sub at this Vice President-approved sub shop and get a free upgrade to the next size.
It’s closed for dinner, but the regular happy hour is offered from 5 to 9.
This bistro boasts a wood-burning fire (as do these places) and an $8 hot toddy special all night.
The salad chain offers $8 salad deals at participating locations.
The usual buy-one-drink-get-one-free happy hour special lasts all day.
This Dupont spot dishes up sandwiches and $5 happy hour specials.
Warm up with $3 hot beverages and Tecate and $5 Jameson.
All-day beer specials include Star Hill’s appropriately named Snow Blind for $5. Buy one All-American burger and get a second of your choice for only $5.
The bar opens a bit early, at 3, to allow for snow-day drinking.
Head over for half-price beer, wine, and cocktails, as well as extended Restaurant Week specials.
Living Room at the W Hotel
The swanky hotel lobby offers its barrel-aged Manhattan for $8.
While many Virginia spots are shutting their doors, Maple Ave. is open and offering its two-course lunch ($20 per person).
Stay warm with free glasses of sherry from 5 to 6.
The Georgetown waterfront spot offers $3 beer, house liquor, and hot chocolate all day.
You’ll find happy hour all day, with deals such as $10 pizzas, $2 giant meatballs, and $5 flatbreads. It’s Virginia, so ask about drink specials when you get there.
The extensive happy hour menu is offered all day.
You don’t have to love swine to enjoy happy hour all day at the bar.
Half-price pies are yours at both the Arlington and 14th Street locations.
Righteous Cheese at Union Market
“All-day fun day” includes Alpine cheese and beer flights for $19 (regularly $24), and a racelette special for $13.
The new restaurant offers lunch service today for the first time from 11:30 to 3. No deals per se, but a burger sounds pretty good right now.
Head to the Capitol Hill spot for dinner and get half off a bottle of Italian red or white wine.
Cava: All three locations closed after 3 PM.
DGS Delicatessen: Open for lunch but closing for dinner.
Granville Moore’s: Beer dinner moved to Wednesday.
Industree “young bloods” event: moved to January 29.
Mari Vanna’s anniversary party: Moved to February 4.
Pizzeria Orso: Closed for lunch and dinner.
Port City: Tasting room closed.
Water & Wall: Closed for dinner.
2941: Closed for lunch and dinner.