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The Post’s Capital Weather Gang says 4 to 8 inches of snow, the National Weather Service says to expect 6 to 10, and here at City Paper, we’re predicting restaurant and bar specials for the forthcoming storm. Email additional deals to email@example.com, and we’ll add them here.
716 Monroe St. NE
Brookland Pint is trying to pull in the younger crowd tomorrow; it looks like they’re assuming school will be closed. The restaurant is offering kids a free meal with the purchase of an adult entree.
1914 9th St. NW
For the “duration of this cold snap,” a mug of soup is free with the purchase of any other food at the Italian bistro. They’re also serving up $6 lemon, honey, and ginger hot toddies.
1310 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Firefly in Dupont Circle will serve up its Cadillac grilled cheese (gruyere, cheddar, béchamel) and a soup of the day for $5 tomorrow. The sandwich is usually $12. Head there after the obligatory organized snowball fight.
Fuego Cocina y Tequileria
2800 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington
The Mexican restaurant and tequila bar will be serving up $5 drinks all night tonight. Happy hour will run from 4 p.m. to close.
480 King St., Alexandria
The restaurant at Old Town’s Hotel Monaco is serving up brunch tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. They’re also kicking off happy hour at an appropriately festive 11 a.m; it ends at 7 p.m.
1025 First St. SE
Drink half-priced wine all night Monday a block and a half away from the Nationals Park.
3400 11th St. NW
At Meridian Pint, “snow day brunch” begins at 10 a.m. Free homemade cocoa and coloring books will be offered to children. For those of age, they’ll spike that cocoa with various types of booze.
2121 P St. NW
Head to Urbana at the Hotel Palomar in Dupont Circle for its regular snow day special, which goes into effect once accumulation begins. Grab discounted cocktails and $5 personal pizzas this evening and watch the flakes stick.
1314 9th St. NW
The Shaw bar is offering $5 for a Narragansett and Old Overholt shot plus $8 for all specialty cocktails tonight and tomorrow.
Photo by Jessica Sidman