WASHINGTON – The Summer Olympics may be happening in London, but there are plenty of specials and viewing parties being held at establishments in and around D.C.
Here’s a sampling:
Now through August 12, Capitol Hill’s Art and Soul is serving an “All- American” cocktail made with Prichard’s Lincoln County Lightning. Plus, the price will drop from $13 to $6 for 15 minutes after each U.S. gold medal win.
Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill is serving up Brit Burgers and Sticky Toffee Shakes during the games.
Watch some of the Olympic events free on theater-size screens at Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital on Capitol Hill.
Public Bar in D.C. is showing the Olympics, and offering $4 Sam Adams seasonal beers.
The Quee n Vic British Pub in D.C. has a special menu for the duration of the games, and every time Great Britain wins a Gold medal, pints of Newcastle will be $4 all day.
Time Out Wings & Grill is offering a bunch of special eats for $9.99 each during the Olympics. They include Pork Belly, Stuffed Zucchini, Ribs and Salmon and Shrimp Roulade. You can also add a chef-selected craft beer for just an extra $2 during closing ceremonies.
Show up to support Team USA at the Sign of the Whale in D.C. and get $5 Tito’s Vodka cocktails, as well as $5 Bud and Bud Lights during the games.
Union Jack’s in Ballston, Bethesda and Columbia has “brilliant British themed specials” on food and drink.
Virtue Feed and Grain in Alexandria has $12 Olympic inspired specials Monday through Saturday 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. An extra $2 gets you a domestic canned beer.