Where to Watch the 2018 Winter Olympics
The Black Squirrel in Dunn Loring
Friday, February 9, starting at 3 p.m.
2670 Avenir Place, Vienna
Celebrate the opening of the PyeongChang Games and the release of Bell’s Hopslam Ale this Friday with a Hopslam Happy Hour 3-5 p.m. and Korean-themed appetizers of Korean BBQ wings, Bulgogi (BBQ beef), and Mandu, ground-beef egg rolls.
City Tap Penn Quarter
Friday, February 9-Sunday, February 25
901 9th St NW
City Tap Penn Quarter welcomes in hockey fans during the Olympics, offering a $20 shot ski during all prime-time USA men and women’s hockey games. Shot skis will be available during the Olympics for $35 while other sports are airing.
Friday, February 9 – Sunday, February 25
Not available Wednesday, February 14
555 8th St NW
Dirty Habit is going for the gold with a Winter Olympics themed prix-fixe menu this month. Inspired by Executive Chef Kyoo Eom’s South Korean heritage, diners can get a taste of PyeongChang with two delicious courses, while rooting for their team at home. The first course is an Eom family recipe hearkening back to Chef Kyoo’s early days in South Korea. Inspired by Chef’s grandmother, the comforting guinea hen dumplings are made with shitake mushrooms, scallions, a flavorful guinea hen broth, and barrel-aged soy sauce. Following is a hearty main course of spicy marinated pork, featuring Korean chili paste, pickled cucumber, scallion, lettuce, and steamed rice. The special menu is available for $35 per person during dinner service. Offerings are available as a prix-fixe menu or a la carte. Pair the meal with creations from Head Bartender Sarah Ruiz who is featuring flavors evocative of Korea in cocktails showcasing soju. The whimsical Let It Snoju ($13), served in a stunning ‘snowball’ glass and made with soju, matcha-honey syrup, and lemon, joins the cocktail menu through the run of the Olympics during lunch and dinner hours. A Kimchi Bloody Mary ($14) created with soju, lime juice, house pickles, and Korean chili threads will also be available during brunch hours from Friday, February 9 through Sunday, February 25, giving guests a delightfully spicy way to wake up.
Saturday, February 10
816 H St NE, 3rd Floor
Dirty Water is hosting an afternoon of Beer Olympics from 3-8 p.m. Pick a country to represent in your best gear while playing games including Flip Cup, Pong, Dizzy Bat, and Quarters. Winners will get swag, championship mugs, league discounts, and more. Sign up as a team of 5-6, a smaller group, or free agent.
Nellie’s Sports Bar
Friday, February 9
900 U St NW
Nellie’s will have every event available for your Olympics viewing pleasure February 9-25. Kick things off with their opening ceremony party on Friday, February 9. Starting at 6 a.m., enjoy $5 bloody marys, mimosas, and house cocktails along with breakfast and all your Nellie’s favs.
Friday, February 9
1435 P St NW
Number Nine will show all televised events of the 2018 Winter Olympics beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday, February 9. Watch the opening ceremony and enjoy the every day 2-4-1 happy hour until 9 p.m. Check out their Facebook page for updates on viewing events, surprise drink specials, and other Olympic content.
Friday, February 9
2411 18 St NW
Ventnor’s will be showing Olympic events on its 40 TVs throughout the games, and is particularly focused on highlighting U.S. figure skating. They’re kicking things off with an opening ceremony party from 7:30-10:30 p.m. on Friday and will feature winter-themed food and drink.
Friday, February 9 and Saturday, February 24
DC’s year-round, climate controlled beer garden is hosting a dance party for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Both nights, the party will go from 6:30-11:30 p.m. and feature music by DJ Lehi. Dress in your finest lodge or Olympic winter sports gear for a chance at best costume prizes. In between the parties, the beer hall will show replays of televised events every night they’re open (Wednesday-Saturday).