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)
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