Where to Watch the World Series Around Nationals Park

You can get in on the World Series action just outside the ballpark

D.C.'s team is playing in the World Series for the first time since the 1930s.

Put on your lucky red shirt: Here's where you can watch the games around Nationals Park, in Navy Yard, at The Yards and along the Capital Riverfront (scroll to the bottom for some options in other areas).

Agua 301
301 Water St. SE

This Mexican spot will offer discounts whenever the Nats score, including $0.25 off margaritas for every point. There are food specials for every game, and you can enter a raffle if you wear your Nats gear.

All Purpose Pizzeria
79 Potomac Ave. SE

Head to one of D.C.'s favorite pizza joints for a World Series watch party. Partake in specials on DC Brau beers on the heated patio and watch the game on TVs throughout the patio, roof deck and dining room. Look for pitchers of DC Brau beer priced at $19.24, a reference to Washington's last World Series win.

Blue Jacket Brewery
300 Tingey St. SE

The brewery whipped up a special beer called 86 Years for this special moment.

The Bullpen
1201 Half St. SE

Cheer on the Nats with up to 5,000 other fans just outside of Nats Park. A jumbo TV above the bar will play all games with sound, plus you can enjoy tailgate games. Check their website before heading over for Game 7 — it's supposed to rain on Wednesday night.

Dacha Navy Yard

79 Potomac Ave. SE

Watch the game at this beer garden while sipping a brew or a Nats-themed cocktails. Options include Finish the Fight, Curly W and a tomato and gin martini called the Daddy Shark. Check their website for game hours.

1221 Van St. SE

This bar, across the street from center field gate, promises a good view of the game with 16 TV sets and four bar areas.  

The Salt Line
79 Potomac Ave. SE

Ryan Zimmerman himself stopped by this New England-themed restaurant to celebrate a Nats win. Catch the game on a heated patio with a slew of TVs over the bar.

Walter's Sports Bar
10 N St SE

This spacious sports bar just 250 feet from Nationals Park as more than 30 TVs — but you'll really want to snag a spot with a view of the 220-inch 4K TV. It's almost like being at the ballpark, except someone will bring beer, burgers and wings straight to you.

Willie's Sports Bar
300 Tingey St. SE

Willie's will show the games with sound and offer food specials.

Bonus: Watch Parties Across the City

Don't live near the ballpark? Here are three watch parties to enjoy in the other quadrants of the city:

World Series Watch at The Wharf
Southwest Waterfront

Head to the Transit Pier to watch games on the giant floating screen stage. Budweiser will also be on site setting up more LED TVs, beer and wine bars and more.

Bring food to the viewing area from Wharf eateries including the fish market, Union Pie and Cantina Bambina. Organizers say The Brighton patio will also have a good view of the screen.

Check The Wharf website for rain updates.

The Occidental
1475 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Head to the patio (weather permitting) for a good view of the game at The Occidental, which is drawing on its history in celebrating D.C.'s first World Series since the 1930s.

Last Call Bar
1301-A Fourth St. NE

This new, divey spot near Union Market wants to offer up affordable drinks and fun. There's a TV in the back where they'll be showing the games, Union Market says.

Capital One Arena

After the Washington Wizards home opener, all fans with tickets can stay to watch the conclusion of Game 7.

Metro Open Late

Four Metro stations will remain open for one hour after the game so people attending watch parties can take the train home, thanks to support from Pepco.

After 11:30 p.m., riders can enter Metro at these locations:

  • Navy Yard-Ballpark (both entrances open)
  • Waterfront
  • L’Enfant Plaza Enter at 7th & D Streets SW or 7th & Maryland Ave. SW
  • Gallery Place – Chinatown Enter at 7th & F Streets NW or 7th & H Streets NW
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