Pubs are a place where you are free to loosen your necktie, roll up your shirtsleeves, and finally see what “sports” are all about. Kick back with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for a pub meal for two (up to a $43 total value)
- $38 for a pub meal for four (up to a $86 total value)<p>
Each diner will receive:
- One burger or wrap, such as a half-pound cheeseburger or the veggie lover’s wrap, with one side (up to an $11 value)
- One 20-ounce draft, which includes imports, domestics, and Old Dominion Brewing Company’s craft beers (up to a $10.50 value)<p>
Old Dominion Brewhouse
Jerry Bailey began homebrewing with friends in 1989, hopeful that the craft would bring fulfillment that his 9-to-5 failed to provide. Fulfillment it brought, along with numerous batches of tasty brew. Bailey couldn’t keep his inventions to himself; he quickly decided to open his own brewhouse as well as distribute his goods to other local establishments.
Today, Bailey proudly stands at the helm of both Old Dominion Brewhouse and Old Dominion Brewing Company. In the pub, chefs add variety to liquid meals with food such as burgers, crab cakes, and thin-crust pizzas while 30 flat-screen televisions keep patrons entertained with sports. The chefs also exhibit flair for Asian cuisine, slicing and rolling sushi and offering create-your-own mongolian stir-fries. At the bar, eight handles remain perpetually reserved for Old Dominion's craft beers, such as the award-winning Baltic porter and the Oak Barrel stout, which is loaded with flavors of vanilla and the color brown.
Great burger and waffle fries. Any place that has waffle fries is a friend of mine!Jen F., Yelp, 2/27/12
Beer was excellent. Server and service was friendly and attentiveChris T., Yelp, 1/25/13
74% of 96 customers recommend
“An awesome sports bistro. Great food and drinks. ”
“The food is really heavy, so don't over order!”
“We had fun. We will be back and will recommend ODB to our friends.”
Washington Convention Center
1219 9th St., NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001