516 E. Bellefonte Ave., Alexandria
Enjoy fluffy athletes at Dog Games. The Alexandria dog friendly bar is hosting races for your four-legged friends, like tricks and a costume race. The games will be held on Saturday, August 7 from 5 to 20:00 complete with special food and drinks. Part of the proceeds benefit the Special Olympics.

Church Hall
1070 Wisconsin Ave., NW
Drink $ 8 Narragansett and chew $ 6 chips every day until 8pm during games. The Georgetown brewery is also offering four frozen spirits, each for $ 10: a classic margarita, a passion fruit daisy, a strawberry daiquiri and a whiskey colada.

1443 P St., NW
Start the Olympics at this Logan Circle venue. All TVs and a big screen will show the opening ceremonies starting at 7am on Friday, July 23rd. The doors open at 8 a.m. every day after the opening ceremonies. A full breakfast menu is available along with Chef Chef Tom Crewnshaw’s specialty All-American Breakfast for $ 15 that includes ricotta and French toast stuffed with raspberries stuffed with berries and bacon sides of apple trees and breakfast potatoes.

2411 18th St., NW
During the duration of the Olympics, Valenzuela chef Noams Jo’s sports bar Adams Morgan is offering $ 5 beers, $ 5 Evan Williams borgon and $ 8 whiskey mules. The happy hour lasts all night for the opening ceremonies on Friday, July 23rd and the late night menu will be available for selected events. Check out their social channels for updates.

Pizza & Lena tap on the fire
401 E. Braddock Rd., Alexandria
Get a fixed-price medal menu and offer the Olympics from one of the five TVs in the Del Ray beer garden. The bronze offer is a 10 beer pizza and a beer or wine glass for $ 25; choosing silver includes dipping in white beans or dipping in artichoke for $ 37; and the golden selection adds a dessert for $ 47. Menus are available Monday through Thursday from July 23rd to August 8th.

Wunder Garten
1101 St. First, NE
If you are not setting your alarm at 4 a.m. to catch the Olympics live, head to the NoMa Brewery for daytime game rebroadcasts. All TVs will show the games, starting at 7:30 pm Friday, July 23rd through August 8th. Take part in the Olympic trivia on Monday evenings from 7am to 10pm and other weekly competitions with prizes and gifts.

Maya Pottiger