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Best All-You-Can Drink Specials in Washington, D.C.

August 14, 2014 8:00 AM

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When it comes to expensive drinks, you want to get the most bang for your buck. One free refill is better than none, and a bottomless drink is second to none. Here are a few places in the District where you can find your next bottomless beverage.

Sixth Engine
438 Massachusetts Ave. N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 506-2455
www.sixthengine.com

Carved from one of the oldest firehouses in the District, Sixth Engine serves up contemporary American dishes at affordable prices. On Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., patrons can enjoy a bottomless bloody Marys or mimosas for $15. The restaurant’s menu includes items that range from pork chops, rib eye and bay scallops, to standouts like shrimp with cheddar poblano grits. The founders of Sixth Engine are five DC restaurateurs who are also responsible for two other popular restaurants in the city–Town Hall in Glover Park and Capitol Hill’s The Dubliner Irish Pub.

Chadwick’s
3205 K St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 333-2565
www.chadwicksrestaurants.com

Chadwick’s classic American fare menu serves up tasty seafood, steak, rib and chicken dishes in a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere. The restaurant’s Champagne Brunch special gives you access to its entire brunch buffet, and you can wash it all down with unlimited rounds of crisp champagne. However, if you’re in the mood for a meal on the lighter side, Chadwick’s offers a selection of salads and sandwiches that will suit your fancy.

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Del Campo
777 I St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 289-7377
www.delcampodc.com

Located in Chinatown, Del Campo is a swanky restaurant with a moody atmosphere that’s as sophisticated as its complex South American flavors. Along with the many slow-roasted and charred meats and vegetables available on its “meat-centric” menu, you can savor a bottomless fruit-flavored mimosa available for $20. The owner of the establishment, Peruvian-born Victor Albisu, adds his own unique flair to the menu with his mouth-pleasing versions of Argentine sandwiches, Peruvian skewers and fried meats.

Cashion’s Eat Place
1819 Columbia Road N.W.
Washington DC 20009
(202) 797-1819
www.cashionseatplace.com

Cashion’s is a restaurant that serves up seasonal sustainable foods and offers an eclectic menu which includes a 16-oz. Bison strip loin and Bison tartar. For Saturday brunch, diners can gulp a bottomless drink for $15 as they indulge in an extensive brunch menu. Brunch offerings include everything from Cashion’s eggs Benedict, to beer-battered Icelandic Cod, to Cashion’s shrimp and grits, and organic chicken hash. Cashion’s is proud of its relationship with a local network of small family farmers and fisheries that supply the restaurant with organically grown meats, seafood and fresh produce through the practice of sustainable and eco-friendly techniques.

Vinoteca
1940 11th St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 332-9463
www.vinotecadc.com

With an executive chef who believes in offering simple, yet delicious dishes, Vinoteca is an ingredient-driven restaurant where less is more, and the flavors that make the final cut to the diner’s table are presented to the highest standards possible. The restaurant aims to please, and will even omit an ingredient at your request. At brunch, patrons can quench their thirst with a bottomless mimosa as they dine on items that include everything from pancakes to grilled cheese. The establishment’s collection of wines includes over 60 labels (they don’t call it Vinoteca for nothing), and happy hour can be enjoyed at a 40-seat bar.

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Kevin Don Porter is the author of OVER THE EDGE and MISSING—two mysteries available on Amazon.com. Visit his website at www.kevindonporter.com..

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