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Name Lucky Bar
Address 1221 Connecticut Ave NW , Washington, DC 20036
Town/City Washington, DC, USA
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Phone 1 (202) 331-3733
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Comments ENG, SPAN, ITAL, US.
Fans Views "This was the first time I had ever been to a soccer bar. The experience is fantastic if you really want to watch the game. I went for the Sunday brunch and EPL game, and everyone there was there to watch the game. There were TV's all over the place, with several different games. They try to have the different sections all have the same games so it doesn't get confusing when one game has a goal and another doesn't. The food was good and about what you would pay at most sit-down breakfast places (Bob Evans, Cracker Barrel). If you were close enough to a TV, you could hear the commentary, but when the action was on, obviously there was nothing to hear but the crowd. There is an Exorcist-like staircase going up to the bathrooms, so don't drink too much there!" (Dean, Jan 2009)

Shows most (if not all) available EPL, Serie A, La Liga, FA Cup, Champions League matches, also MLS and US Nats, but with a slight emphasis on EPL if anything. Good pub atmosphere, an average selection of imports on tap (Harp, Guiness, Amstel, etc.), not uncommon for songs to be sung during games in there which is not easy to find in the DC/Northern Virginia area. Close to the Dupont Circle Metro stop on the Red Line. (Ian Motter

"We have a small regular crowd who show up for all games, and then other regulars who show up when their team is on. The Saturday during-the-day bartenders know that in the front bar, European football gets the priority. Which is really nice when some guy asks for some crap sport like college basketball and gets directed to the back." (Jude Lucien)

"The best place to watch soccer. The atmosphere is friendly and prices are more than fair. Probably the only place where you can get all the major European leagues so you get a nice diverse mix of fans. Also opens early on the weekdays to show the Champions League matches. The bartenders and owners are very friendly and good people to talk to." (Dave, May 2007)
Abbreviations:
ENG = English
GER = German
INT = Internationals
ITAL = Italian
UEFA = European
SCOT = Scottish
SPAN = Spanish
IRE = Irish
NOR = Norwegian
USA = American

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