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Low-key place to watch a game in/near Alexandria?

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cjd260 Sep 7, 2012 06:20 AM

I'm from Boston and a Patriots fan, but will be in Alexandria over the weekend with a couple of friends, and wanted to find a place where we could have lunch and watch the game without having to huddle around a high-top eating soggy buffalo wings while getting jostled by a crowd (i.e., I'm not a big fan of most "sports bars"). Any recommendations for a not-too-crowded place with decent food and prominent TVs where a handful of out-of-town fans would feel welcome? We'll have a car, and will have just picked up one of our group from Union Station, so a place along the way with easy parking would be an option as well, but am reluctant to commit to anywhere requiring competitive street parking.

  1. ktmoomau Sep 7, 2012 10:11 AM

    I would call Virtue Feed and Grain and see if they will have that game on, I am sure they probably will. Lots of TVs, but a real restaurant with good food and drinks. Low key and nice.

    1. agarnett100 Sep 7, 2012 06:27 AM

      Its the 1st weekend of football season so most sport bars are going to be packed with jersey wearing fans Washington DC is a huge football town. I would try Penn Quarter Sports Tavern they have good food and plenty of sitting on the patio within in view of TV's-www.dcsportstavern.com/

      1. howler Sep 7, 2012 06:23 AM

        were it me, i'd opt for union station itself. the bar there has tv and its one of the most beautiful buildings in dc.

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