Where to watch the Eagles take on the Patriots in NoVA

Whether you want to watch from home or head out to the bar, there’s a little something for everyone this football season.

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Watch Party
Feb. 4, 6:30 p.m.
Tysons Biergarten will be hosting a watch party for the big game, with dinner and drink specials. Come for the food, drinks or for the chance to win $100 by participating in the wing-eating competition during halftime. // Tysons Biergarten: 8346 Leesburg Pike, Tysons Corner

1836 Kitchen & Taproom’s 1st Annual Party
Feb. 4, 4 p.m.
At this family-friendly event, those of legal drinking age will receive four drink tickets covering the cost of craft beer and select wines while those that cannot drink can at least enjoy a full buffet of tailgate-typical eats. An added benefit: whatever tickets aren’t use can be redeemed at a later date. Tickets ($57.80 for adults, $25 for teens 13-20 and $15 for those under 13) secure a seat at a table or at the bar. // 1836 Kitchen and Taproom: 34 E Broad Way, Lovettsville

Game Day Celebration
Feb. 4, 3 p.m.
The G.O.A.T Sports Bar, which opened in late October of 2017, will serve up Philadelphia and Boston classics (such as cheesesteaks and scallop fritters) in addition to their usual food menu items. The bar, which boasts 50 high definition TVs, will stay open until 2 a.m. // G.O.A.T Sports Bar and Restaurant: 3028 Wilson Blvd., Arlington

Ornery Beer Company Watch Party
Feb. 4, 5 p.m.
Until kick-off, take advantage of pints costing $5.20 and get $5.20 off of all growler fills. There will be a $52 gift card drawing at halftime, plus a chance to win big screen TV. // Ornery Beer Company: 14389 Potomac Mills Road, Woodbridge

Big Game Buffet at The Green Turtle
Feb. 4, 5 p.m.-close
For only $19.99, enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring crab dip, wings, cajun pasta, funnel cake fries, and more (the $39.99 package includes drinks as well). Enter here for a chance to win $200 worth of party platters or your own four-person party at your favorite location. // The Green Turtle: 7879 Heneska Loop, Alexandria

Charity Night Viewing Party
Feb. 4 
Benefiting Alexandria nonprofit Community Lodgings, at this Union Street Public House event, watch the big game in the Tap Room, enjoy an event-specific menu and take advantage of happy hour prices. Before halftime, enter into a raffle to win T-shirts, a dinner for four, memorabilia, cooking classes, a private party at the 1986 Whiskey Bar and more. // Union Street Public House: 121 S. Union St., Old Town

Mon Ami Gabi Big Game Brunch
Feb. 4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Though the French bistro will be closed for dinner, they’re kicking off game day with a DIY sparkling cocktail, crepes, quiches, Creme Brulee French Toast and other breakfast favorites. Those that wear a jersey representing their favorite team will receive a gift card worth the same amount (tax and gratuity not included) of their meal.// 11950 Democracy Drive, Reston

Bar Bao
Feb. 4, 6 p.m.
Enjoy a $30 Asian Fusion buffet (until the end of the third quarter), all-day drink specials and (after the game is over) an after party with a live DJ. The game will be shown via an HD projector. // Bar Bao: 3100 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington

Capitol City Brewing Company BREWper Bowl
Feb. 4, 5:30 p.m.
Keeping with game day traditions, Capitol City Brewing Company will be serving up a tailgate-inspired menu and offering a 444 Deal through which their four core beer can be purchased for only $4. Through a raffle, guests can enter for a chance to win Capitol City brand t-shirts, pint glasses, growlers, and even a 55″ flat screen TV. // Village at Shirlington: 4001 Campbell Ave., Arlington

Championship Viewing Party at Farm Brew Live
Feb. 4, 4-11:45 p.m.
Take in the game via two projection screens while enjoying chili, nachos, wings, and over 10 beers on tap at this free event. You can also reserve a party platter by calling 703-420-2264. // 2SilosBrewing: 9925 Discovery Blvd., Manassas 

If you’re planning on watching from the comfort of home:

Colada Shop (Washington, D.C. and Sterling) has created an event-specific pack for 8-12 that includes 16 Cuban sandwich halves, 12 pastelitos (six guava and six beef), six chicken empanadas, 12 ham croquetas, three plantain chips, black bean hummus and five brownies. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance.

Chopt, with design help from Batabasta, has created a Salad Six Pack (available Feb. 2 for $30) containing recipes on how to use some of the company’s most popular dressings to create: creamy Ceasar spinach & artichoke dip, Mexican Goddess quesadillas, sweet & smoky chipotle wings, smoky bacon sliders and more.

Salamander Resort is offering 40% off their usual stay rate on Feb. 4, while also encouraging guests to visit their Gold Cup Wine Bar to try house-brined wings and watch the game from one of three TVs. The resort is also offering a party package that serves six and includes chili, cornbread, queso, “pigs in a blanket,” themed desserts plus a bottle of wine and beer bucket.

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