Where to Watch the Super Bowl on the Hill

by Andrea Swalec January 30, 2015 at 1:50 pm 0

Capitol Lounge (Photo via Facebook/Capitol Lounge)From free beer to a church chili party, Ward 6 residents have several spots close to home to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday. Here are some places you can see the Seattle Seahawks defend their Super Bowl title against the New England Patriots:

Free Beer for Patriots Fans — Show the bartenders at Capitol Lounge (231 Pennsylvania Ave. SE) your Patriots gear and you’ll get free Sam Adams Boston Lager, Sam Adams Cold Snap or Bud Light, and New England clam chowder. Doors open at 10 a.m.

Barbecue and Tequila — In Navy Yard, Willie’s Brew and Que (300 Tingey St. SE) will serve up pulled pork sliders, Old Bay chips and sriracha pimento dip. They’ll have Miller Lite buckets and pitchers for $16 each, and Milagro Tequila for $5.

Chili Party — A few blocks east, Capitol Hill United Methodist Church (421 Seward Square SE) will host its annual Super Bowl chili dinner. Chili and pizza will be served at 6 p.m. Sunday in the church’s Fellowship Hall. Attendees are asked to bring desserts and non-alcoholic drinks. RSVPs should be made by email.

Dollar Sandwiches — The Navy Yard location of the Spanish sandwich chain 100 Montaditos (300 Tingey St. SE) will have the game on its 60-inch televisions. They’ll offer all 100 small sandwiches for $1 each, $2 beer and sangria, and $3 premium beers and salads.

Cheap Beer and Wings for Patriots Fans — Near Union Station, Kelly’s Irish Times (14 F St. NW) will serve $4 Miller Lite, $5 Sam Adams and a game-day menu of wings, hotdogs and New England clam chowder.

Seahawks fans, we haven’t heard of anything in the neighborhood for you, but in Columbia Heights the restaurant Acre 121 (1400 Irving St. NW) will have drink specials and a jersey raffle.

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