Go for Gold: Where to Watch Tokyo 2020 Olympics

What are the medal counts? Who's winning the next event? Whether you're a casual observer or are deeply invested in the 2020 Olympics, the DC area has places for you to watch the next event:

Dirty Habit 
Grab a spot in the sleek Kimpton Hotel Monaco restaurant for happy hour pricing on beer and wine ($8) along with discounted cocktails ($10) and appetizers. The games will be shown on the outdoor courtyard TVs as well as inside the bar from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. 555 8th Street NW; dirtyhabitdc.com

Fairmont Lobby & Loggia
Enjoy watching the action on large screen televisions, while sipping on specialty cocktails and dining on executive chef Jordi Gallardo’s Bento Box. Chef Gallardo’s Bento Boxes are $29 each and include a salmon sushi roll, mango salad, chicken lemongrass dumplings, white rice and spring rolls. Drink specials include Suntory old fashioned, Lychee bubbles, a Sapporo cocktail, and Japanese beers.Reservations are not necessary for Fairmont’s Olympic Headquarter.  In addition to chef Gallardo’s TOKYO  2020 menu, cocktails, wine and the Loggia’s daily menu will also be available. The Lobby and Loggia hours of service are 2:00 pm until 10:00 pm Sunday through Thursday and 1:00 pm until 11:00 pm on Friday and Saturday. 2401 M Street NW. fairmont.com/washington

An alternative to crowded sports bars, Gatsby will tune its ten bottom floor screens to Olympic coverage. The menu focuses on reimagined American diner food and cocktails, perfect for cheering on the home team. Gatsby is also featuring a refreshing Japanese-inspired whiskey highball, made with Jim Beam bourbon. 1201 Half Street SE; gatsbyrestaurant.com