Where to watch March Madness in DC

This is hands down one of the best times of the year.

Why is that?

Because March is here and Selection Sunday continues to draw closer.

There are several bars in the DC area with food and drink specials, here’s a list of places that you can tune into the games. 

Public Bar

1214 18th St NW B, Washington, DC

Over the years Public Bar has become a beloved destination by sports lovers. A main attraction is their multiple projector screens and personalized televisions in their booths. This is a great game-day atmosphere for March Madness because of the high energy DJs featured throughout the day/night. 

Church Hall

1070 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC

Church Hall, a beer hall inspired sports bar, has become a go-to spot for those looking to catch every single tourney game. One thing that makes Church Hall unique is that it has an extensive beer list and opens at noon.    

The Game Sports Pub

2411 18th St NW, Washington, DC

Located in Adams Morgan The Game Sports Pub blends American and international concepts together for an eclectic menu of dishes. Plus a combination of happy hour deals on sangria and their daily punch, and you’ve got the perfect atmosphere for any game day throughout March Madness.

The Blaguard

2003 18th St NW, Washington, DC

The Blaguard is a neighborhood hotspot that sits at a perfect location, the crossroads of U Street., Adams Morgan, and Dupont Circle. There are 20 beers on tap and tons of televisions to catch all the tourney action. 


The Big Stick

20 M St SE, Washington, DC

The Big Stick isn’t just for the baseball crowd but it serves all sports lovers. From buckets of beers, to big screens and sandwiches, The Big Stick will have you covered for the tourney. 

Blue Jacket

300 Tingey St SE, Washington, DC

A crowd favorite for all those who live in or like to visit the Navy Yard neighborhood. Blue Jacket is a full-service brewery with over 5,000 square feet of brewing space stretched over 3 levels, this beer lover’s paradise is boasting 20+ original ales and lagers each and every day. It gets even better the menu is paired perfectly with their beer and plus the TVs lining the walls so that you can catch the tourney action.

Dirty Water

816 H St NE, Washington, DC

This neighborhood-style bar sits along the H Street Corridor. Dirty Water has a open-air rooftop, which also has TVs for tournament viewing. 

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