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Where to watch the Super Bowl 2014 game in Washington DC

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Those Super Bowl fans in the District of Columbia and surrounding areas have options when to comes looking for a great spot to watch the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks battle it out for the coveted trophy and Super Bowl Championship rings, as well as the highly anticipated halftime performance by Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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Starting at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 2, fans can grab a great spot on the Jack Rose Dining Saloon terrace (2007 18th St. NW). The party runs through 8:00 p.m. Indulge in $5 beers and $5 Whiskey during the Super Beer Bowl special featuring the finest D.C. has to offer.

Chili lovers can watch the Chili Peppers with Mars during halftime and savor Jack Rose’s Super "Chili" Bowl fete offerings. Fans could score complimentary bowls of Chili and Corn Bread. And when it comes to cheering on the teams, the heated rooftop terrace is the perfect “three jumbo flat-screen TV” location.

Another great spot for an upscale viewing experience in the District is Vinoteca at 1940 11th St NW. Washington DC. Score classy wine deals at just $5 per glass and great food, including exquisite cuisine. The Super Bowl 2014 viewing party kicks off at 5 p.m.

The Broncos and Seahawks square off with kickoff at 6.30 p.m. ET at MetLife stadium in New Jersey.

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