Game Watches

Mason Inn: The #1 Zagat-rated sports bar in Washington DC



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Whether you’re a die hard SEC fan or a Baltimore, Carolina or Atlanta transplant looking to get a little rowdy, Mason Inn is home to football. Our dozen big screen TVs and 100″ projector show every college and NFL game. We are the official DC watch bar for the Ole Miss Rebels and a satellite bar for the University of Georgia Bulldogs, Florida Gators, South Carolina Gamecocks and Auburn Tigers. We are an unofficial watch bar for the rest of the SEC and show every college game. On Sundays we are the official DC bar of the Baltimore Ravens, a satellite bar for the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers and show every NFL game.

“One of the things about Mason Inn is that it reminds a lot of folks of being at a bar in Athens or Oxford. It’s got a Southern college town feeling. If you’ve been to one of those places, you know what it’s like: It’s more relaxing; there’s a lot of dark wood.”
-The Washington Post |

“For fans of the country’s most powerful conference, there’s nowhere better on Saturday than the Mason Inn in Glover Park. The one-room roadhouse is the official home of local Georgia, Ole Miss and South Carolina alumni groups, and you’ll spot a fair number of ’Bama and Florida caps in the crowd watching games on 10 large-screen TVs and a 100-inch projection screen. (Another part of the draw: Bud Light pitchers cost $8.75 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and $9.75 after that, and there are $5 shots every week.) As the games wind up, the scene switches to Southern rock and ’80s cover bands. On Sundays, the Ravens are the bar’s official team, and the pitchers are just as cheap.”
-The Washington Post |

“Glover Park’s Mason Inn, a bar known for attracting preppy crowds who love SEC football, might not seem like a natural place for Ravens fans. And yet, as its T-shirts boast, Mason Inn becomes “Baltimore South” on game days. Bartenders serve $9.75 pitchers of Bud Light, pints of Abita Purple Haze and shots of a sweet, “purple drank”-esque concoction they call Raven’s Blood to crowds sporting Joe Flacco and Ray Lewis jerseys.”
-The Washington Post |

“You’ll want to settle in for college football (they specialize in SEC pigskin here) and nosh on burgers and wings, along with drinks like John Dalys and Mambo Sauce Bloody Marys. And if your Saturday afternoon should bleed into Saturday night, stick around for the honky-tonk-style debauchery, fueled by live country-rock bands on the stage in the front window.”
-Urban Daddy |

“With the weather cooling down and football season heating up, it’s the time of year to find a solid, sports-centric watering hole. We’ll throw one into the running with Mason Inn…. Eight 60-inch televisions and a large projector are primed for game day, and there’s a stuffed water buffalo head holding court above the long oakwood bar (his name is Morris, in case you want to say hi). While it’s an official Ole’ Miss zone, a full lineup of sports packages and game-time specials like $8 Bud Light pitchers satisfy a range of fans.”
-Washingtonian Magazine |

2013 Best Sports Bar in Washington DC (Zagat |

2013: Ultimate List of College Game Day Bars (Guest of a Guest |

2013: Editor’s Pick – Best College Football Bars (Washington Post |

2012 Editor’s Pick – Best College Football Bars (Washington Post)

2012 Best Bars to Watch the NBA Finals (CBS |

2012 Best Places to Watch the Olympics (Guest of a Guest |

2011 Finalist, Best Sports Bar in D.C (Best of Voice Places |

2011 Top Bars to Watch College Football (Famous DC |