700 6th St NW
Penn Commons is serving a $30 buffet beginning at 5 p.m., featuring items such as beef chili, chorizo nachos, spicy Brussels sprouts, and fried chicken bites. There will also be New England clam chowder fritters and Philly cheesesteak spring rolls. Happy hour will run all night, with $5 drinks from the bar.
Super Bowl Sunday Specials
Whichever team you’re rooting for this Sunday, DC-area bars have you covered with thematic food and drink specials and even party platters for your house party.
1208 U Street NW
Register to enjoy happy hour specials from 5-8 p.m., including $3 Domestic Beer, $4 Rails, $6 Martell, $6 Ciroc, $1 Wings, $20 Hookah, $125 Moet Rose & $150 Premium Liquor.
1309 5th St NE
Head inside Union Market for bottomless food and drinks at Bidwell for $45 a person. Rail cocktails available at the bar from 6 p.m. through the end of the game. Fill up on plates of chips and guacamole, smoked chicken wings, an Asian pear salad, assorted pizzas, and more.
2427 18 St NW
Black Squirrel’s two floors will be split into separate viewing areas for Patriots and Eagles fans. There will be $5 Goose Island IPAs, hot drinks, and a $10 beer and a shot combo along with standard bar fare such as wings and nachos.
1001 Connecticut Ave NW
Mer Events booked Bravo Bravo for their Superbowl party featuring 14 TVs, 3 big screens (12-18 feet), one humongous projector screen, and food and drink specials from 4-6 p.m. Entry is free with RSVP and $10 at the door, table service is available in the VIP lounge, text (202) 368-1878 for more info. Dress Code: Eagles/Patriots Jersey.
City Tap DC locations
Dine In: City Tap Penn Quarter and City Tap Dupont offer up something for Eagles and Patriots fans alike during Super Bowl LII, with $12 Philly cheesesteak spring rolls, $16 Supreme pizzas with roasted peppers and onions, and $12 potato skins joining the menus as well as $13 Narragansett Tallboy bucket specials (5 cans per bucket). Specials are available whistle to whistle during the game, which will be shown on TVs at both locations and a special projector screen at City Tap Penn Quarter for the ultimate viewing experience. Both locations are also partnering with DC Scores for Super Bowl Squares, with all proceeds from squares going to the local nonprofit. Winners will be drawn at the end of each game quarter with prizes including beer swag and other goodies from the restaurants. Make reservations at City Tap Penn Quarter at www.pennquarter.citytap.com or by calling 202-733-5333; make reservations at City Tap Dupont at www.dupont.citytap.com or by calling 202-878-8235.
Take Out: For anyone hosting guests during Super Bowl LII, City Tap Penn Quarter and City Tap Dupont can figure out the food and drinks for you on the day of the big game with a $52 to-go platter available to order with Sunday pickup. Platters serve 6 guests and include 18 wings, 6 Philly cheesesteak spring rolls, 6 potato skins, and 12 pieces of Supreme pizza. Orders must be received by Friday, February 2 and can be placed by emailing your most convenient location at either firstname.lastname@example.org for City Tap Penn Quarter, or email@example.com for City Tap Dupont.
City Tavern Club
3206 M Street Northwest
The City Tavern Club is transforming the Club into a casual living room with sofas and a big projector screen to stream the game. Enjoy a cash bar with beer specials and a Super Bowl party food spread. Show your team spirit and enjoy this casual party at the City Tavern Club for only $20 per person. Purchase advanced tickets here or buy tickets at the door for $25.
Due South – Take Out
If you’re hosting and looking for that perfect Superbowl spread, Due South has you covered. Choose from 25, 50, and 100-count wing platters, party-sized dips, spreads, and apps, barbecue by the pound, and sides by the pint or quart, delivered to your door.
2401 M Street NW
This West End hotel is presenting a game day buffet for $20/person, featuring Buffalo wings, mini beef sliders, pretzels and a nacho bar. Beverages include $4 Yuengling bottles for Eagles fans and $4 Sam Adams for Pats fans.
3028 Wilson Blvd, Arlington
G.O.A.T. boasts three large viewing walls with another 50 TVs throughout its two-story space. Super Bowl specials will include Boston-inspired scallop fritters and Philly cheesesteaks and stromboli. The party is set to continue until 2 a.m.
Jack Rose Dining Saloon
2007 18 St NW
Jack Rose’s annual Super “Chili” Bowl event will include five types of chili and assorted drinks, priced either a la carte or as all-you-can-eat activities. For $50, guests can indulge in bottomless bowls of chili flavors such as Texas “sweet and spicy” and New Mexico chicken verde. Tickets also provide unlimited access to 15 varieties of canned and draft beer from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The rooftop will open at 5 p.m. with individual chili bowls priced at $9 along with $6 beers, $8 “hot-tails,” and $10 cocktails. The normal terrace food menu will also be available.
Mad Fox Taproom
2218 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Mad Fox is offering an all-inclusive tailgating package feature tailgating favorites wings (traditional and boneless), beef sliders, nachos, mac & cheese, fries and more. Unlimited award winning Mad Fox beer and wine are included in the ticket price. Tickets are $50 per person, doors open at 6 p.m. and will stay open until the end of the game.
The Midlands Beer Garden
3333 Georgia Avenue Northwest
Midlands will have the big game on their two 100″ screens and 5 HDTVs around the bar, plus a 70″ TV outside by the fire pits in the smokehouse. Tickets are not required for entry, but if you want to partake of the taco buffet or reserve a table you have to purchase an advance ticket here. The taco buffet will be available form 6-11 p.m. and each table reservation comes with your own indoor picnic table and 8 tickets to the taco buffet. All other seating is first-come, first-serve.
2446 18 St NW
Those looking for something more relaxed than a rowdy sports bar can settle in at Roofers Union for $5 drafts of local beers and $5 French onion dip and French bread pizzas. Wings will be priced at $10 for eight and $18 for 16 during the game.
Taqueria del Barrio
821 Upshur St NW
Taqueria del Barrio chef and owner Anna Bran-Leis is a huge Eagles fan and will broadcast the game with sound while serving Philadelphia-inspired dishes including cheesesteak empanadas, meatball sliders, and a homemade twist on Tastycake desserts. Happy hour specials include $7 mezcal margaritas, $5 classic margaritas, $5 seasonal punch, $6 wines, and $1 off draft beers.
2340 Wisconsin Ave NW
Town Hall has something for everyone during Sunday’s game with classic Clam Chowder and Lobster Rolls for New England fans and Soft Pretzels with Cheese Dip and Philly Cheesesteaks for Eagles fans. Beer specials include Budweiser and Bud Light for $3.50 and regional beers from the competing teams like Cisco Whale Tale, Narragansett, & Victory Prima Pils for $4. The specials will be offered along with the regular dinner menu starting at 5 p.m.
201 Massachusetts Ave NE
Union Pub is kicking off Super Bowl Sunday at 4 p.m. with self-serve kegs and cans of beer, rail drinks, a buffet of bar food, and football swag. Tickets are $50/person for the all-inclusive event.