It's time for fans of downhill skiing, luge and bobsledding to cheer the U.S. team to victory! The Sochi Winter Olympics of 2014 start on February 7 and run to the 23rd, giving you an opportunity to get out and watch the Games with fellow Olympic fans all over DC.
Buffalo Billiards (1330 19th St. NW)
Buffalo Billiards has three full-service bars to watch the 2014 Winter Olympics on. They offer over 60 flat-screen TVs, three private party rooms, and five enormous projection screens for up-close action of your favorite sport. Happy hour is offered Monday through Friday with food and drink specials.
The Graham Georgetown (1075 Thomas Jefferson St. NW)
Get involved at the AGB Bar at the Graham Hotel. They will be featuring a Sochi Martini made with caviar and Russian Standard. There will also be a complimentary round of prosecco or gold medal shots whenever Team USA wins a gold medal.
Kimpton's Bar Rouge at the Rouge Hotel (1315 16th St. NW)
Head to their "Rouge, White & Blue" happy hour every night of the games (February 7th through the 23rd, from 5 PM to 8 PM) with $5 drafts and rails, $6 house wine and $7 signature cocktails.
Loews Madison Hotel (1177 15th St. NW)
Get into the spirit with Moscow mules made with Russian Standard Vodka and Fever Tree Ginger Beer during the duration of the Sochi games (Feb. 7th to the 23rd). Mules will be served in classic copper mugs.
Lou’s City Bar (1400 Irving St. NW)
Watch the games on their 140-inch HD projector screen. Plus, they have 23 additional HDTV screens to view all the Winter Olympic action, including an outdoor patio with TV screens. Lou's has 24 beers on draft and on the weekends they run a two-for-one bloody mary and mimosas Brunch special while you catch the highlights from the Olympic games.
Mari Vanna (1141 Connecticut Ave. NW)
They'll be hosting an opening watch party on Friday, Feb. 7 from 6 PM to 9 PM with complimentary vodka shots and a free pirozhki tasting station. Immerse yourself at this Russian restaurant with three traditional Sochi dishes: cheesy Khachapuri bread, spicy Solyanka soup, and beef Shish Kabobs!
Penn Quarter Sports Tavern (639 Indiana Ave. NW)
Penn Quarter Sports Tavern offers two full bars and a heated patio to watch the 2014 Winter Olympics. Pick one of their 35 flat-screen TVs to watch the Games and enjoy Happy Hour specials (Monday through Friday from 4 PM to 7 PM). Half-price food specials are offered from 7 PM until close and other menu specials can be enjoyed every day of the week.
Public Bar in Dupont (1214 B 18th St. NW)
Pick between their two locations (Dupont & Tenley) and cheer on Team USA during the Winter Olympics Public Bar has two levels, a rooftop deck, and the main floor has over 30 flat-screens. Happy Hour is Monday through Friday with impressive drink specials on Thirsty Thursday from 8 PM till close.
Redline (707 G St. NW)
Washington DC's newest luxury gastropub Redline is located in the heart of DC’s Penn Quarter, steps away from the Verizon Center. They feature built-in table taps, an 11-foot projection screen, and over 40 flat screens to provide a great view of the Winter Olympics. Their Happy Hour specials run Monday to Friday from 4 PM to 7 PM and include 20% off all Appetizers(excluding the Redline Sampler), $4 Domestic Drafts (Bud light, Shock Top, and Yuengling), $5 Well Drinks (Vodka, Rum, Tequila, Gin, Scotch, Whiskey), $6 Select Wine (By the Glass), $6 Sunshine on the Rocks (Sobieski Orange with freshly squeezed orange juice, triple sec and a splash of lemon lime soda), $6 Wild Tea Tini (Absolute Wild Tea, St-Germain and Cranberry Juice), and $6 Redline Lemonade (Sobieski Cytron with homemade mint lemonade).
Union Pub (201 Massachusetts Ave. NE)
If you are in the Capitol Hill area, this is a great spot to go to catch 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic coverage. They have over 25 flat-screen TVs, over 35 different crafted beers, and a bottomless brunch on Saturday and Sunday.