Even More Snow Day Specials: Monday Edition

District Doughnut serves free coffee with purchases today. Photograph via via Facebook

The snow has stopped, but the restaurant and bar specials keep coming. If you haven’t enjoyed your fill of all-day happy hours, bottomless brunches, and drink deals, here’s where to find all of the above today.

Wicked Bloom

1540 North Capitol St., NW

The restaurant opens at noon for lunch and serves $9 special cocktails made with Mt. Gay dark rum (through 1:30 am).

Penn Commons

700 Sixth St., NW

Stop in for $5 happy hour specials all day long.

Hank’s Oyster Bar (Dupont location)

1624 Q St., NW

Happy hour runs all day at the bar, where you’ll also find $1.25 select oysters.

Scion Restaurant

2100 P St., NW; 1200 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring

Both the Dupont and Silver Spring branches serve Monday brunch.


701 Ninth St., NW

The restaurant offers free soup for all first responders.

Duke’s Grocery

1513 17th St., NW

Happy hour runs from noon to 7, and you’ll also find half-priced bottles of wine all night long.

Satellite Room

2047 Ninth St., NW

Monday brunch time: $15 bottomless mimosas starting at noon


1501 Ninth St., NW

Happy hour begins early at 2 pm.

Fuego Cocina y Tequileria

2800 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington

All-day happy hour means $5 margaritas and tacos at this Clarendon eatery.

Richard Sandoval Restaurants

Multiple area locations 

If all-you-can-eat-and-drink brunch sounds like a perfect Monday activity, head to Masa 14, El Centro (both Georgetown and 14th Street locations), Zengo, and Toro Toro. Prices and cuisines vary by location, but you can expect a filling—and raucous—time at all.

District Doughnut

749 Eighth St., SE

Buy two doughnuts and get a free cup of locally-roasted Compass Coffee (open until 2 pm).

El Rey

919 U St., NW

The snow party keeps going with happy hour from noon to 3, and then again from 5 to 7. “Blizzard shots” go for $3.

Piola (Arlington location)

1550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington

Drop by for all-day happy hour and $5 margherita pizzas.

Food Editor

Anna Spiegel covers the dining and drinking scene in her native DC. Prior to joining Washingtonian in 2010, she attended the French Culinary Institute and Columbia University’s MFA program in New York, and held various cooking and writing positions in NYC and in St. John, US Virgin Islands.