“Where do you think we could watch the games with other fans that would be fun and lively but not too rowdy for an ‘old’ lady?”

“Dear PoPville,

Advice needed. My 75 year-old mom is a Washington, DC native and long-time, die-hard Caps fan! I so want to get tickets for the Stanley Cup finals but cannot afford the cost of two tickets (~ $1400). Where do you think we could watch the games with other fans that would be fun and lively but not too rowdy for an ‘old’ lady? What bars / restaurants will likely show the games and fit that description? She lives in Northwest and I live in Northeast.

Thanks and GO CAPS!”

From an email bu add your recs in the comments please:

“Declaration Shaw & Nats Park will be offering an all-night happy hour every time the Caps take on the Knights. Declaration Shaw provides a more intimate bar to catch the games, whereas Nats Park has four flat screen TVs along with an outdoor walk-up bar.

Declaration Shaw (804 V St NW)

Happy Hour Begins- 4pm
$8 cocktails, $7 wines, $6 spirits, $5 beer, $5-8 bar bites
Bar Area Only
Happy Hour Begins- 3pm
$8 cocktails, $7 wines, $6 spirits, $5 beer, $5-8 bar bites
Bar & Patio Area Only”

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