DC Guide to the Super Bowl

BY JEREMIAH JONES

While the District's very own Redskins didn't make it to the final NFL showdown, Super Bowl 2016, but that shouldn't stop you from indulging on the biggest television night of the year. 

If you're out and about on Super Bowl Sunday, here are some spots that are sure to be filled with fun.

ACRE 121

1400 Irving St NW Washington, D.C. 20010

"Acre 121’s barroom and low country bistro brings the full flavor of southern barbecue to DC’s growing restaurant & bar scene. The coastal cuisine is complimented by weekly live music, which includes area artists performing a mix of traditional bluegrass, alt-country, and folk rock, among other genres, for a low country flavor with local fusion."

BAR  PILAR

1833 14th St NW Washington, D.C. 20009

"We are located in the heart of Washington DC's 14th street corridor. Pilar has been a staple in the neighborhood for the last decade. The restaurant and bar has a fresh approach to dining and cocktails."

NELLIE'S SPORTS BAR

900 U St NW Washington, D.C. 20001

"Nellie’s Sports Bar extends this family tradition to the public, for all these Nellies knew what makes for great hosting. Delicious food, a home rich with character, an infectious love of life and, of course, a welcoming atmosphere where all present are well attended to."

THE PROSPECT

1214 U Street Washington, D.C.

"A cornerstone in the famed U Street Corridor, The Prospect shakes things up from the traditional pub grub and stadium snacks you find in your typical sports bar. The Prospect offers revved up recipes that will spark your taste buds all in comforting glow of over 40 HDTVs that are screening all your favorite sports games — all at one time!"