Where to Watch the Nationals in the World Series Around DC – Washingtonian

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Nationals fans celebrate on The Midlands's patio. Photo courtesy of The Midlands.

Its time for the Nationals to #finishthefight. The World Series starts Tuesday, October 22, and as youd expect, there are plenty of creative food and drink specials and watch parties that will help you root for the home team. You can munch on a Max Scherzer-themed hot dog, dive into a Howie Kendrick-inspired pizza, or drink a commemorative World Series IPA.A Nationals spokesperson says that Nationals Park may host watch parties for away games, but details havent been finalized.

Bardo Brewing25 Potomac Ave., SEWant to get your pup in on the #Natitude action? Head to this dog-friendly waterfront beer garden. Its set to host pregame parties on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with $7 pints until midnight. Bonus: wear a Nats costume to Saturdays Halloween party (6 to 11 PM) and you might win a prize.

Bluejacket 300 Tingey St., SEThe Navy Yard brewery will tap its 86 Years IPA just in time for Tuesdays game (the name refers to how long its been since a Washington team made it into the World Series). The double IPA includes hints of passionfruit, peach, and orange, and it may be bottled soon with a commemorative label.

The Brig 1007 Eighth St., SEThe popular pregame hangout is projecting every game throughout its German-style outdoor beer garden (after dusk, the game will be shown on a 25-foot projection screen). Brats, pretzels, and $28 buckets of tall-boys are on the menu. Choose from Natty Boh, Narragansett, PBR, Bud Light, and more.

Mission Navy Yard 1221 Van St., SERight across from the center field entrance, this Mexican spot plans to host hundreds of fans at its two-level bar. The bar will open two hours before each game, and will serve $25 buckets of beer and $5 margaritas and shots until 2 am. Plus, there are appetizers like chorizo sliders or quesadillas.

Nicoletta Pizzeria 301 Water St., SEOne of the top spots for pre-game pizza will celebrate with a limited time pie: Howies Grand Slam, with spinach, banana peppers, crispy porchetta, and a creamy white sauce ($20). Plus, theres cornhole.

Shilling Canning Company360 Water St., SEThe Mid-Atlantic-inspired restaurant will shell out (heh) $2 oysters, and host a special happy hour from 5 to 6:30 PM on Tuesday through Friday with wine, Oriole Park lager, and more. To wish Howie Kendrick good luck on his homers, order a special $9 cocktail with vodka, ginger, nutmeg, and bitters.

Walters Sports Bar 10 N St., SEThis fan favorite sports bar across from Nats Park offers 24 self-service beer taps and a 220-inch TV. The bar will serve up buckets of wings, Bud Light, and Truly seltzer for under $20 until 2 AM (or 3 AM on Saturday).

Bar Deco and Fish Market717 Sixth St., NW; 105 King St., AlexandriaSnag free popcorn at both spots, then dig into foot-long hot dogs with toppings inspired by players. Go for Maxs classic mustard-onion-pickle combo, Howies barbecue dog, Ryans spicy bacon-jalapeno frank, and Treas Tex-Mex version with avocado and chipotle aioli. There are drink specials at both spots, too.

The Blaguard 2003 18th St., NWThis two-story sports bar in Adams Morgan is serving up game day grub like chili-cheese hot dogs, along with $3 Bud Light and Natty Boh until last call at 1:30 AM (or 2:30 AM if its the weekend).

Duffys Irish Pub1016 H St., NEDuffys has some of the best wings in DC, and you can grab them for half price on Wednesday, October 23. There will be a $9 Budweiser tall-boy-and-shot special on each game day. The pub closes at midnight on weekdays, but it stays open until 2 AM on Friday and Saturday.

The Greene Turtle7879 Heneska Loop, AlexandriaHead over to the Green Turtles Hilltop Village Center location for a game 3 watch party on Friday from 8 PM to 1:30 AM. Watch the Nats on all the big screens, then sing your heart out at karaoke hosted by M.C. Big Swig until close. Wear your best Halloween costume for a chance to win over $300 in prizes.

MatchboxMultiple locations in DC, Maryland, and VirginiaAll locations of this pizza/miniburger chain are celebrating by offering happy-hour-priced food and drinks to anyone wearing Nats gear (hopefully you werent waiting to buy a Scherzer jersey).

The Midlands 3333 Georgia Ave., NWPark yourself at one of this Park View beer gardens fire pits and watch the game on the patio. Itll serve hot mulled cider with spiced rum, and all the games will be shown until closing time: midnight on weekdays, and 3 AM on the weekend.

The Occidental1475 Pennsylvania Ave., NWMore than 80 years ago, the Washington Senators celebrated their World Series win at this downtown dining room. Now, you can sip $10 bourbon cocktails named after the former team and watch the games on the patio while supporting a good cause: the Youth Baseball Academy Initiative.

Quincys South 11401 Woodglen Dr., BethesdaHonor Gerardo Parra with baby shark sliders, covered in provolone and blackberry habanero sauce, and dig into Howie Kendrick-inspired nachos, an MVP bacon hot dog, and classic wings. The neighborhood hangout will offer bottle buckets and pitchers during the games, too.

Rock and Roll Hotel 1353 H St., NEThe concert venue is hosting a watch party Tuesday, October 22, with multiple TVs playing the game in its rooftop bar and second floor. Theres no cover charge, and drink specials include $7 Devils Backbone Earned Run Ale and $1 off rail drinks. Doors open at 6 PM.

This post will be updated as new details become available.

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Emily Martin is an editorial fellow for Washingtonian. She previously participated in the POLITICO Journalism Institute and covered Capitol Hill for The Durango Herald.

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