The Ultimate Guide to Snow Day Food and Drink Deals


Avoid your local grocery store (yes, it already looks like a war zone) and venture out into the snow over the next few days for plenty of restaurant and bar deals. From discounted lasagna to cheap beers, there are plenty of ways to weather the storm. Want to add to our listing? Email [email protected]. We'll continue to update this round-up.

523 8th St. SE

The Balkan restaurant is offering Sumadija hot tea, a traditional Serbian drink with plum rakia, Becherovka liqueur, caramelized sugar, and a cinnamon stick garnish, for just $5. (It's normally $10.)

Bar Dupont
1500 New Hampshire Ave. NW

The pop-up snow bar will be back Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday with hot cocktails ($12) and hot chocolate ($5). If there's a snow ball fight in Dupont Circle on Friday, the snow bar may open early.

Bayou Bakery
901 Pennsylvania Ave. SE; 1515 N. Courthouse Road, Arlington

Cajun turkey chili is $3 for a cup or $5 for a bowl plus beers are $3 all day on Saturday and Sunday.

425 7th St. NW

Thursday through Sunday, all carryout orders are 25 percent off. The discount does not apply to dine-in orders and alcohol is not included.

L'Hommage Bistro Francais
450 K St. NW

Happy hour drink specials including $6 shots of Jameson Irish whiskey, $6 bottled beers, and $10 bowls of four types of mussels are available all day on Friday and Saturday.

Las Canteras
2307 18th St. NW

If you live in the 20009 zip code, get 10 percent off the Peruvian food and drink menu for lunch, brunch, and dinner from Saturday through Monday. The discount does not apply to happy hour.

Flight Wine Bar
777 6th St. NW

Get one percent off your check for every inch of snow in D.C. on Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to close. The discount is not offered on the happy hour menus.

Slate Wine Bar + Bistro
2404 Wisconsin Ave. NW

A snack and a drink are $10 from 12 to 7 p.m. and $15 from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Texas Jack's
2761 Washington Blvd., Arlington

Side dishes are two-for-one if the federal government is closed.

Photo by Jessica Sidman