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Polar Vortex food and drink specials

Vortex wings! (Evy Mages/For The Washington Post) Vortex wings! (Evy Mages/For The Washington Post)

Warm up and save money with some of these Polar Vortex specials.

R.F.D. is offering grilled cheese and tomato soup combo for $8 until 3 p.m.

If you prefer wine instead of a grilled cheese with your soup, have a glass with chestnut soup for $10 at Bearnaise today.

Dino in Cleveland Park is giving away free lentil soup tonight while supplies last. (It's also one of Dino's final nights in business.)

Also free? Mari Vanna is giving out free shots of vodka until 7 p.m.

Duffy's is offering half price wings and $5 Jameson all night.

Sonoma has $6 Jameson-and-gingers.

An Irish Coffee at P.J. Clarke's will only run you $5 until close.

The new Alba Osteria in Mount Vernon Square has half-price pizzas at the bar until close.

Cashion's Eat Place will take up to $20 off your check when you drive, take a taxi or Uber to the Adams Morgan restaurant. Your move, every other restaurant in D.C. Update: Nevermind. Cashion's announced it would be closed Tuesday night due to HVAC problems.

Also: 15 soups, stews and more that will warm your belly and restore feeling to your extremities.

Margaret Ely is a digital editor for Lifestyle. Previously, she was an intern for the Post’s Metro section.



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