Tuesday, January 3, 2017

DC Alabama Fan National Championship Watch Party at Due South

From our friends at Due South...

Due South Offering Food and Drink Specials, Playing Game with Sound on All TVs

Due South is hosting a 2017 CFP National Championship viewing party for all University of Alabama and SEC Football fans. Starting at 8 PM on Monday, January 9th, 2017, Due South is offering food and drink specials, including the world-renowned Gallette’s Yellowhammer cocktail. The game will air on all of their high-definition televisions with the sound on throughout the restaurant. They will also be giving out plenty of crimson and white shakers, bringing the spirit of Bryant-Denny Stadium straight to Washington, DC.

For Reservations: Due South is accepting reservations for those who wish to have seating in the viewing areas. Fans should call (202) 479-4616, and mention that they would like to have a table for the game watch.

Drink Specials:
$3 Budweiser and Bud Light
$6 Due South IPAs and Due South Lagers
$6 House Wines
Bear Bryant Old-Fashioneds
Alabama Slammer Shooters
Frozen Yellowhammers, a twist on the classic gameday cocktail served at Gallette’s in Tuscaloosa, AL

Food Specials:
Brisket Sliders
Pulled Pork Nachos
Hot Honey Fried Chicken Tenders Pork Wings
Pork and Potato Croquettes

WHAT: Due South’s Alabama Crimson Tide Watch Party: The 2017 CFP National Championship

WHEN/WHERE: Monday, January 9, 2017, starting at 8 PM at Due South, 301 Water Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: For more information, visit the following sites:
Due South Website: http://duesouthdc.com
Due South Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/236846396757379/
Follow Due South on Instagram: @duesouthdc

About Due South:
Due South offers creative cuisine inspired by the Southern states with an emphasis on in-house smoked meats, locally sourced seafood and farm fresh produce. Located in the historic Lumber Shed building along the newly built, beautiful Anacostia Riverwalk Trail, Due South is the latest addition to the increasingly popular section of Southeast DC known as The Yards.