All Things Football in the Capitol Riverfront
Football season is here! It is time to cheer on your favorite team, and the Capitol Riverfront has got you covered. There are several sports bars throughout the neighborhood that are perfect for all of your football needs, whether it is Monday or Thursday Night Football, or a Sunday full of games. Think bar bites, beers, and plenty of TVs – what more could you need?
Buffalo Wild Wings
1220 Half St. SE Washington, DC 20003
Between the finger-licking good wings, shareable food platters, selection of over 20 beers on tap, and TVs lining the walls, Buffalo Wild Wings has everything you need for a day full of football. Each month, Buffalo Wild Wings features a craft beer of the month as well as a domestic beer game day special. Their rewards program will have you returning for more each time you want to watch a game – the more you spend, the more points you rack up, and points can be redeemed for food, drinks, and their signature sauces.
Mission Navy Yard
1221 Van St. SE Washington, DC 20003
We are expecting Mission Navy Yard to be one of the best new places in the neighborhood for watching sports. The new restaurant is two stories with four bars, one of which is DC’s longest bar at 150-feet. The second story is home to the main dining area with its own bar and outdoor balconies. The bar features 16 draft lines: ten for beer, three for wine and Prosecco, and three for margaritas and cocktails. The bars are equipped with plenty of TVs to satisfy all fans. Mission offers happy hour every day, game days included.
The Big Stick
20 M St. SE Washington, DC 20003
Brats and brew, The Big Stick’s specialties, and the perfect combination for football fanatics. The craft beer list is extensive and the food menu is full of delicious options. On Monday’s they offer $0.50 wings with the purchase of a beer, and on Sunday’s they offer $20 Bud Light buckets. Additionally, Sunday Ticket is played on 12 Flat Screen TVs so you will never miss a moment of your team’s game. Their Shotskis are the perfect finale, whether your team wins or loses!
The Brig DC
1007 8th St. SE Washington, DC 20003
The Brig, a German-style beer garden, is a hidden gem of the Capitol Riverfront. The bar has 20 taps, serving a variety of German and American craft beers. The food menu features burgers and brats as well as vegan and vegetarian options. The Brig has multiple flat-screen TVs where sports games are always featured, and there is a 25-foot projector that is used to screen major games as well. The Brig is a kid and dog-friendly environment with a giant outdoor patio and plenty of screens to make for the perfect day of watching football.
Willie’s Brew and Que
300 Tingey St. SE Washington, DC 20003
Willie’s Brew and Que is the place to be on any game day. The restaurant boasts 16 large TVs, separate satellite boxes, a surround system, and every sports channel one might request. The draft beer selection, beer bucket specials, and infamous barbeque make watching any game even better. Whether you prefer to sit inside or out, Willie’s can accommodate you and your game day needs. For all of the college football fans out there, Willie’s is an Alabama Crimson Tide affiliated sports bar.