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Winter Olympics 2018: Where to watch in D.C.

Expect themed food and drink specials as well as opening ceremony watch parties

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You don’t have to visit the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium to see the Olympics. See where in D.C. you can watch the games with this map.
| Photo via Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images

Starting on February 8, the first competitive events for the Winter Olympics will begin, and with it will come many themed drink specials and watch parties in the nation’s capital. No matter what sport you’re invested in, there’s sure to be at least one that will catch your eye as this year’s Olympics will feature 15 sports, including alpine skiing, snowbarding, ski jumping, and hockey. Over 100 events will occur. For a full look at the schedule for the games, check out this article from TIME.

Don’t have cable? No problem. If interested in seeing the Olympics, head to the Washington, D.C., bars and restaurants mapped below.

Were there any locations left off this map? Let Curbed DC know in the comments or email the tipline.

Note: The mapped points have been ordered geographically, from the most north to the most south.

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1. Denizens Brewing Co.

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1115 East West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Expect the Olympics playing on this brewery’s televisions while the venue is open. While there won’t be any Olympics-themed cocktails or beers, this brewery will still have more than enough of a variety of drinks on tap, from tripels to IPAs to lagers.

2. Brookland's Finest Bar and Kitchen

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3126 12th St NE
Washington, DC 20017

This neighborhood favorite is known for their exceptional Instagram, rotating menu, and—soon enough—being a place to watch the Olympics. A staff member tells Curbed DC that at least one of the televisions at the bar will be streaming the games when they’re on.

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3. Ventnor Sports Cafe

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2411 18 St NW
Washington, DC 20009

This Adams Morgan sports bar will be streaming the Olympic games on their multiple televisions with a watch party for the opening ceremonies on February 9. There will also be themed food and drink menus to make the experience even better.

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4. Commissary

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1443 P St NW
Washington, DC 20005

Once the Olympic games begin, they will be shown on a projector screen in this Logan Circle bar. According to the bar’s website, the bar offers free WI-Fi and daily seasonal specials.

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5. Wunder Garten

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1101 First St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Along with hosting a watch party for the Winter Olympic games on February 9 and February 24, NoMa’s Wunder Garten will also host music and entertainment, Olympic-themed cocktails, such as the “Triple Lutz” and the “Downhill Chaser,” as well as prizes for the best individual and team costumes.

6. City Tap House Penn Quarter

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901 9th St NW
Washington, DC 20001

Throughout the month, as the Olympic games are on, so too will the televisions be on in this restaurant. There won’t be any sound on for the televisions, but you’ll get to see what happens in the Olympics and who wins, which is the most important part.

1. Denizens Brewing Co.

1115 East West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Expect the Olympics playing on this brewery’s televisions while the venue is open. While there won’t be any Olympics-themed cocktails or beers, this brewery will still have more than enough of a variety of drinks on tap, from tripels to IPAs to lagers.

1115 East West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910

2. Brookland's Finest Bar and Kitchen

3126 12th St NE, Washington, DC 20017

This neighborhood favorite is known for their exceptional Instagram, rotating menu, and—soon enough—being a place to watch the Olympics. A staff member tells Curbed DC that at least one of the televisions at the bar will be streaming the games when they’re on.

3126 12th St NE
Washington, DC 20017

3. Ventnor Sports Cafe

2411 18 St NW, Washington, DC 20009

This Adams Morgan sports bar will be streaming the Olympic games on their multiple televisions with a watch party for the opening ceremonies on February 9. There will also be themed food and drink menus to make the experience even better.

2411 18 St NW
Washington, DC 20009

4. Commissary

1443 P St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Once the Olympic games begin, they will be shown on a projector screen in this Logan Circle bar. According to the bar’s website, the bar offers free WI-Fi and daily seasonal specials.

1443 P St NW
Washington, DC 20005

5. Wunder Garten

1101 First St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Along with hosting a watch party for the Winter Olympic games on February 9 and February 24, NoMa’s Wunder Garten will also host music and entertainment, Olympic-themed cocktails, such as the “Triple Lutz” and the “Downhill Chaser,” as well as prizes for the best individual and team costumes.

1101 First St NE
Washington, DC 20002

6. City Tap House Penn Quarter

901 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Throughout the month, as the Olympic games are on, so too will the televisions be on in this restaurant. There won’t be any sound on for the televisions, but you’ll get to see what happens in the Olympics and who wins, which is the most important part.

901 9th St NW
Washington, DC 20001