Citysearch Editorial Review.
This restaurant and bar tucked inside the Washington Convention Center is also the area's first microbrewery (the flagship location is in Virginia) and its seasonal craft beers and ales dominate the menu. The lunch hour brings businesspeople and convention exhibitors, but evenings and weekends draw fans of every sport imaginable. Diners alternate between yelling at the gigantic televisions and sipping brews from shared 133-ounce beer towers on their tabletops. Plates of wings or a Dominion Sampler of mozzarella sticks, calamari, wings and chicken fingers start meals, while wraps, sandwiches, create-your-own-pasta and even sushi round out the entree selections. The space is big, but don't fear missing out on the TV you want: The friendly staff tries to accommodate requests and seats devoted fans with a view of their requested game.