Tax Day Food and Drink Specials Around DC

So many all-day happy hours

Dig into $10 bowls of pasta alongside discount drinks at Osteria Morini on Tax Day. Photograph by Scott Suchman

If your wallet is feeling light come Tax Day (April 18th), visit these bars and restaurants for all-day happy hours, deals, and freebies.

BLT Steak
1625 I St., NW
This downtown steakhouse is offering 50% off all alcoholic beverages all day long, including cocktails, craft beers, and wines by the bottle and glass.

974 Palmer Alley, NW
Grab a free drip coffee with any purchase in the market of this CityCenterDC Italian venture, offered 8 am to 11 am. The bar/restaurant pours a special $9 cocktail all day and evening.

Trummer’s on Main
7134 Main St., Clifton, VA
Feel fancy for less with $1 Rappahannock oysters and $7 sparkling wines by the glass, available for both lunch and dinner.

Osteria Morini
301 Water St., SE
Happy hour runs all day at this Navy Yard Italian. Dig into $10 bowls of house-made pasta from 5 to 10 pm, and enjoy 20 % off all drinks (imported beers, hand-crafted cocktails, scotches, and more) all day.

Hula Girl
4044 Campbell Ave., The Village at Shirlington
Enjoy an extended happy hour from 5 to 9 pm with $20 bottles of vintage wines.

Kapnos Taverna, Kapnos Kouzina, and Kapnos
4000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington; 4900 Hampden Ln., Bethesda; 2201 14th St., NW
Drink in an all-day happy hour in the bar of Kapnos Taverna (Arlington) and Kouzina (Bethesda). The DC flagship offers an extended hour, available until 9 pm.

Pepita Cantina
4000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
This Mexican bar/restaurant celebrates Tax Day with an all-day happy hour.

Mosaic District, 8296 Glass Alley, Fairfax
Celebrate the end of tax season with extended hours for Requin’s happy hour menu (available until 9 pm).

707 6th St., NW
Graffiato is offering an all-day happy hour at the bar with specials on drinks and food.

G by Mike Isabella
2201 14th St., NW
Mike Isabella’s casual restaurant next to Kapnos is offering an all-day happy hour menu at the bar for Tax Day.


Former editorial fellow Kayla Randall is City Lights editor at Washington City Paper.