Sports Bar Deals in Washington DC
Sports bars came to prominence in the early ’80s, after the seminal horror film Poltergeist made it cool to scream at the TV. Holler on a full stomach with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $10 for $20 worth of bar food $24 for four dozen wings for four (a $47.96 value) Wings come in 10 varieties including thai, honey ale, and caribbean dry rub. The menu also features bar eats such as the Canadian hickory burger ($9.99) and the crab cake sandwich ($11.49), as well as entrees such as glazed salmon ($17.99) and jambalaya pasta ($15.99).
$25 for $50 Worth of Bowling and Shoe Rental Guests at Bowlmor Bethesda can rent shoes (up to $5.50) and bowl any day of the week (up to $8.95 per person per game). Prices are subject to change, and vary based on day of the week. Bowlmor Bethesda If not for the occasional clatter of pins, Bowlmor Bethesda’s bright and modern décor and two upscale bars could be mistaken for a lively downtown club. The sleek establishment’s 34 gleaming lanes exude a glamorous charm not often found in bowling alleys. Adding to the ambience is a high-end sports bar and ...
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Excludes alcohol • Not valid on the appetizer sampler • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Theater-size HD screens line up all your favorite sports just above the bar at this homey Irish pub. On any given night, you might catch a live music act, dominate at giant Jenga, or impress your friends with pub trivia: • $25 ($51 value) for an appetizer, two entrées, and two non-alcoholic drinks • To start, dunk fried pickles in ranch sauce, or try the fiery Finnegan's poppers • Dinner options include bangers 'n' mash, crab meat-stuffed salmon, and more Finnegan's Sports Bar & Grill - Leesburg's Website
If you’re as tired of typical American bar food as we are, then we’re about to change your world. Welcome to Maraki, a U Street sports bar with an Ethiopian twist. Seriously, if there’s another place in town where we can sidle up to a cool, long granite bar, tune into the Nats game and order a couple of international brews to go along with our doro wat and lamb tibis, we haven’t found it. And if you’re not sure what those two food items we mentioned are, then you must be new to DC. Welcome! This city has some of the best Ethiopian cuisine in the nation, friends, and Maraki’s chef, a native of Ethiopia, does not disappoint. In fact, she goes above and beyond, sometimes even creating her own dishes, like “the Katanga.” Made of rolled up injera (a thin, sourdough bread) and covered in spices, garlic and a few other ingredients, this is Ethiopia’s answer to garlic bread, but way more flavorful. “People order this as a side, an appetizer and sometimes for a whole meal,” said Solomon the manager. We might make it easy and just order three to cover all the bases. Just like the Nats. P.S. Two more things to know: 1) Maraki has one of the best happy hours in the neighborhood, meaning the drinks are so well-priced you can save your Scoutmob deal for a full meal later; and 2) if you bring someone weird who doesn’t love Ethiopian cuisine, Maraki has a few European-style meals (think spaghetti or grilled fish) to satisfy even the pickiest eater's palate. Menu Highlights: Maraki Special Zil-Zil Tibis (beef sautéed in butter, onion and herbs), $13.95 Lamb Tibis, $11.50 Special Kitfo, $15.95 Katanga, $9.99 Veggie Combo, $9.95 Hours: Sunday – Thursday, noon to 2 a.m. Friday & Saturday, noon to 3 a.m.
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