By Kate Oczypok | October 13, 2016 | Food & Drink
Throw on your favorite jersey and grab a fellow fan to head to these locales around the DC area, replete with food and drink options sure to delight football fans.
With over 2,000 different types of whiskey to choose from and a rooftop space made for football fans, Jack Rose is a great place to eat, drink, and merrily watch the game. Pair your whiskey with shareable items from the terrace menu, like the smoked whiskey wings made with Old Crow bourbon, honey, and spicy habanero or the fried chicken skins with paprika and lime. Afterwards, head downstairs and celebrate a win for your team with a full-bodied cigar in the dining saloon. 2007 18th St. NW, 202-588-7388
Saturday evening games are a great place to settle in to BLT Steak’s cozy bar area. Order a BLT Old Fashioned made with Don Q Añejo rum, vanilla syrup, and orange bitters alongside a dry aged black Angus burger with oyster mushroom and morbier cheese as you settle in to root on your favorite team. 1625 I St. NW, 202-689-8999
Spend Monday Night Football in style at this decadently delicious steakhouse. Snag a spot on their roof deck or lounge to cheer the players on while sipping the spicy El Diablo, made with bourbon, honey, citrus, pineapple, and habanero foam. You’ll want to save room for bar menu selects like their mac n’ cheese that blends smoked Gouda, Gruyère, cheddar, and fontina into a cozy fall dish or the creative cheesesteak eggrolls served with Sriracha ketchup. 2001 14th St. NW, 202-618-8868
Settle in at this Shaw spot to watch Sunday football with your best pals. Go for Southern-fare options like the fried chicken and biscuit with lavender honey or the shrimp n’ grits with bacon relish. Add a Pimm's cup concocted with Pimm's, Hendricks gin, ginger ale, lime, and cucumber to keep taste buds satisfied. 2007 14th St. NW, 202-797-7171
Cheer on the Washington Redskins at this Logan Circle bar, where mouthwatering menu items include a luxe grilled octopus with fregola, squid ink rouille, and piquillo peppers and a fried chicken sandwich with smoked pepper aioli and arugula on a potato bun. Make sure to try at least one of their nearly 700 beer offerings that are inclusive of 75 vintage selects. 1337 14th St. NW, 202-567-2576