Ideally located for catching some lunchtime or happy-hour highlights, Bar-Cöde boasts 10 TVs and two giant projection screens, which they've tuned to the games. They're also offering a selection of half-priced drinks for Olympics-watchers starting at 3 p.m.
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Johnny's Half Shell
To celebrate the host city, chef Ann Cashion has assembled a special menu of British-inspired pub snacks to nibble while rooting for your favorite teams on the restaurant's breezy patio — think fish and chips, Scotch eggs, cucumber sandwiches, and more for just $2.50.
This "public house of note" won the City Paper's Best New Bar award this year, thanks to great food and an extensive selection of beer and whiskey. A favorite bar for Nats fans during baseball season, they're currently showing the Olympics — and offering London Games-themed T-shirts, too.
The Queen Vic
Where better to celebrate a London Olympics than a proper British pub? A special "rings"-inspired menu will be on offer, and, should the Brits win a gold medal, pints of England's Newcastle beer will be a sweet $4 all night.