Slim are the chances of a real cowboy strutting into Stetson's, but this Washington, D.C., bar and grill does have an air of rebellious swagger. With plenty of domestic beers on tap and hot wings going for $.25 on Wednesdays and Sundays, this is a place where you can eat, drink, and be merry for less than the cost of one cocktail at most of the upscale bars that dominate the U Street area. Sports fans looking for a place to watch the game at a Washington, D.C., bar will be pleased to know that Stetson's has a HDTV projector screen and numerous TVs, as well as pool tables, darts and pinball. The scent of cigarette smoke and cheap beer add to this dive-bar atmosphere, and jukebox classics like Elvis and The Rolling Stones will give you something to shake your inebriated hips to. A stellar late-night menu that includes above-average burgers, piles of nachos and crunchy Southwest rolls make Stetson's a D.C. bar worth diving into.