Great Super Bowl Food And Drink Specials Around DC

Free eats, cheap beer, and all the wings you can handle

The open-air terrace at the Jack Rose Dining Saloon. Photo courtesy of Emilio Pabon Photography.

It’s hard to find a bar without food and drink specials for Super Bowl Sunday. These stand out from the pack, including free eats, bottomless drinks, and super-cheap beer. Looking for a like-minded crowd?  We’ve rounded up the best Eagles and Patriots fan-friendly bars. Partying at home? Try these great take-out options from local restaurants. 

Franklin Hall

1348 Florida Ave, NW

This massive beer hall is putting out free food for 30 minutes before kickoff, including Natty Boh sausages and frito pies. Get there early to grab a 15-person table and specials like $5 pints of Founders All Day IPA and $7 liters of Miller Lite. Stay and watch the game on one of the hall’s eight 70” screens.

Union Street Public House

121 S. Union St., Alexandria

Party for a cause at this Old Town bar, which hosts a Super Bowl viewing charity event. Guests can enjoy happy hour prices, a game-day menu, and raffle prizes. The proceeds benefit Community Lodgings, which provides affordable housing and youth education programs in Alexandria.

Logan Tavern

1423 P St., NW

This Logan Circle tavern serves buckets of wings, Philly cheesesteaks, New England lobster rolls, and happy hour-priced drinks all Super Bowl night. The big game will be displayed on a full-wall projector.

Jack Rose

2007 18th St., NW

For a $50 ticket, fans can get and all-you-can-eat-and-drink special during the whiskey bar’s annual “Super Chili Bowl Cook-Off” from 6 to 10 PM. The game is projected on huge flat screens televisions on the the heated rooftop terrace. Pick between five canned beers and 10 drafts to accompany a variety of chilis. The terrace opens at 5 PM.


804 V. St., NW

From 3 PM to the end of the game, the Shaw pizza shop serves game day specials for $5 or less. Menu items include wings, cheesesteaks, Staten Island sausages, and happy hour drinks. In the mood for pizza? The restaurant’s large Brooklyn pies are half priced. Get there early for a good seat.

Southside 815

815 South Washington St., Alexandria

Philly and New England-themed specials at Southside include “lobstah” mac n’ cheese fritters, cheesesteaks, half-priced burgers, and 80¢ wings. Specials start at 4 PM, so come early to grab a seat at the bar or dining-room.

Town Hall

2340 Wisconsin Ave., NW

Glover Park’s popular pub starts specials at 5 PM, including $4 beers from the competing regions, and $3.50 Budweiser and Bud Lights. New England clam chowder and lobster rolls will satisfy the Pats fans, while cheesesteaks, soft pretzels, and cheese dip will give the Birds a taste of home.

Red’s Table

11150 South Lakes Dr., Reston

Hit this lakeside Reston spot for Sunday brunch and dinner specials, including cheese fries or nachos topped with bison chili. Fans can choose their own “draft of the day” for $4. 

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