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Where to Eat and Drink on Capitol Hill this Super Bowl Sunday
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Where to Eat and Drink on Capitol Hill this Super Bowl Sunday

January 31st, 2013 by Tim Ebner · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill

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Photo courtesy Flickr user rebelpilot. Drinks on Sunday courtesy of Mr. Boh.

Get ready Washington. On Sunday, the purple, white and black will be out in full force, and Redskins fans everywhere will have no choice but to sit silently and watch.

At least there are food and drink specials to help ease the pain.

On Sunday, Capitol Hill bars will serve up deals for Ravens and 49ers fans alike. I’m certainly not advising that you go jump on the Baltimore Ravens bandwagon. But, maybe consider cracking a Natty Boh in Charm City’s honor.

Baltimore Boilermakers at the Pug

At the Pug you can celebrate in the land of pleasant living. That’s because the bar is serving up “Baltimore boilermakers” all night long. For $8 you get a tall boy Natty Boh in a purple and black Ravens can alongside a shot of Pikesville Rye Whiskey. Do a few of these, and you’ll be speaking in your finest Baltimore accent in no time.

Ugly Mug Half-Off Wings

The college kid in me rejoices! On Sunday, the Ugly Mug offers half-off wings and $12 pitchers of Miller Lite.

Snow Day Pitchers and Puppy Bowl

Looking for a more refined pitcher of beer? Wisdom will be pouring New Belgium’s Snow Day and Affligem pitchers for $20. And if you’re not a football fan at all, Wisdom said it’s considering showing the Puppy Bowl in addition to–or instead–of the Super Bowl.

Hanks’s Seafood Tailgate

You can watch the game on three flatscreens at Hanks’s Oyster Bar. Order from the tailgate menu: fish and chips, chicken wings, and chipotle barbecue oysters, and ask about drinks deals at the bar.

Putt-Putt Dinner

The H Street Country club is extending its margarita happy hour from 4-9 p.m. on Sunday. There’s also a special set menu for two, priced at $32. Dinner includes a free round of mini-golf.

Locals Only at Atlas Arcade

It’s locals-only at Atlas Arcade. Sunday night the bar celebrates neighborhood appreciation night. If you live within two miles of Atlas Arcade, receive a dollar off any $6 beer. Football will be on the big screen.

Pickup a “Baltimore Bomb” Pie

And, if you’re heading to a Super Bowl party with a few Ravens fans, treat them to a Baltimore delicacy. Pickup the “Baltimore Bomb” at Dangerously Delicious Pies. This pie is filled with Berger Cookies –a food staple for most Marylanders– and it’s melted together with sweet vanilla chess filling. Eat this and it might be lights out before halftime.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/katherine.grincewich Katherine Grincewich

    Wisdom has a great idea — I keep telling folks at Ugly’s and Molly’s to have at least one TV tuned into the Puppy Bowl (starts at 3 pm Sunday)!