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Thirsty Crow unveils new sports bar menu

Thirsty Crow in Columbia Heights launched a new menu geared toward more socializing and sports watching

New dishes include Sai Krok Isaan, Dan Dan Noodles

Thirsty Crow in the Columbia Heights neighborhood, launched a new menu geared toward more socializing and sports watching as fall sports and football season set in. The menu revamp is specifically moving food options from Malaysian inspiration to neighborhood sports theme with Pan Asian leanings, plus complimentary East Asian bites.

James Wozniuk, chef and owner of Thirsty Crow, has crafted bar-friendly dishes like housemade Sai Krok Isaan (Northern Thai sausages) and Dan Dan Noodles. As the games begin, customers will score big with a robust selection of drinks. A total of 24 draft lines with beer, cider and wine, all within a $5 to $10 range, are available. So, too, is the daily happy hour.

Small bites

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Main bites

Char Siu Wings present a Cantonese-influenced take on chicken wings. Add sports games. Mix. Repeat. Photo by Thirsty Crow.

Large shareable options

Thirsty Crow’s beverage director, Suzy Critchlow, has curated a range of local and American beers from breweries such as Right Proper, Aslin, Union Craft, DC Brau, Hellbender and Manor Hill, as well as ciders and wines on tap.

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Thirsty Crow (underneath Makan), 3400 11th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20010

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