As many of you already know, there is a large contingent of Bengals fans who, for whatever unfortunate reason, have been forced to reside in enemy redskin territory. Over the last eight years, we have gathered on Sunday at the Bottom Line (AKA The DC Jungle) – a glorious Speakeasy filled with people hailing from the 513 – and we are back for a ninth season!
This year at the DC Jungle, we are continuing a great tradition. It is not just a bar to watch Bengals games. It is a place to hang out with friends, eat great food (World Famous Skyline Chili), drink some beers, and cheer for the mighty orange and black. We work hard to make sure that you want to come back week after week, and what better place to watch the Bengals than a bar with lots and lots of alcohol? Here are a few of the things you will see throughout the season at the DC Jungle:
1. DC Jungle punch card - Attend a certain number of games and receive a discount on food and drinks. The more games you come to, the more you get off your bill .
2. T-shirt giveaways.
3. Miller Lite Girls.
4. Dress up contests.
5. Bengals Jerseys raffles - we will have 4 of them throughout the year.
The DC Jungle management has also worked hard to provide a large amount of food and drink specials for each game day. Here are just a few of the weekly specials with more to come:
Drink Specials:$2.50 Miller Lite Bottles $2.50 Coors Light Bottles $3.50 Reds Apple Ale Bottles $10 Miller Lite Pitchers $12 Palm Belgian Pale Ale
Food Specials: $6 Skyline Chili (3 or 4 way) $6 Coney Dogs (2 hot dogs topped with skyline chile, cheese and onion)
And as always FREE touchdown shots...
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Oh, and as always, don't forget to check out www.whodeyrevolution.com, the official sponsoring Web site of the DC Jungle. This is the only Bengals Web site dedicated to fighting the man (Mike Brown) to ensure that he is doing everything in his power to put a successful team on the field and bring the Vince Lombardi trophy to Cincinnati. For more information about the DC Jungle (The Bottom Line) please go to their Web site www.thebottomlinedc.com.