Well it’s the Superbowl, I guess.
In a national championship game sapped of all build up and anticipation by a year of pandemic and political upheaval, some local restaurants are still using the upcoming event to promote specials.
Zebra noted that some locations like Northside 10 in Del Ray and Sweet Fire Donna’s in Carlyle have Super Bowl specials. In Old Town, Irish bars O’Connell’s and Murphy’s will also have Super Bowl specials, Zebra reported.
A little outside of Alexandria, Black Rose Lounge at 5815 Seminary Road is planning to host a Super Bowl viewing party, though with Alexandria at now over 100 dead from the coronavirus pandemic: gathering in person is still discouraged.
For those hoping to order food, though, the football event occurs amid Alexandria’s extended Restaurant Week. Many of the specials compiled by Visit Alexandria are still applicable.
Every slice at Lost Dog Cafe Alexandria is a touchdown. Order pizza from us this weekend to enjoy with the big game! Which team will you be rooting for? 🏈🍕 #food #pizza #pizzatime #pasta #salad #sandwich #bacon #foodstagram #lostdog #alexandriava pic.twitter.com/MCwmYImnMe
— Lost Dog Alexandria (@LostDogCafeAlex) February 3, 2021
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