Best of Philly

Best Sports Bar

2018 Best Sports Bar

Chickie’s & Pete’s

Bars with food trucks inside. Bars with strict dress codes. Bars with 18-ingredient cocktails that take 15 minutes to make. Blah, blah, blah. When it comes time to watch the big game–or any game, for that matter–the only place I want to be is at any of the dozen or so area locations of Chickie’s & Pete’s. You and your too-cool friends can roll your eyes at my vulgar plebeianism, but while you’re at your tin-ceilinged, Edison-bulbed speakeasy, I’ll be sitting happily amidst an ungodly number of huge TVs with sound, drinking cheap beers and scarfing down crack-like Crabfries. If you come to your senses and decide to meet me for the next game, don’t ask the waitress if she has that $14 single-cask goat-tears-infused craft beer, or you might get stomped. – Victor Fiorillo View Profile »


2015 Best Sports Bar

Xfinity Live


Winner of our Crowdsourced Champion online poll Read more »

2014 Best Sports Bar

Curran’s Irish Inn

6900 State Road, Philadelphia, PA Website

A great sports bar needs four things: plenty of TVs, killer Buffalo wings, cheap ice-cold beers, and a fiercely sports-hungry clientele. This friendly haunt just […] Read more »

2011 Best Sports Bar

Locust Rendezvous

1415 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

Does any neighborhood bar have more flat-screens per square inch than 22-year-old ‘Vous? Plus, drinks are cheap, the crowd is fiercely phanatic, and you’re mere […] Read more »

2009 Best Sports Bar That Isn't Chickies and Petes


7170 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA Website

This Mount Airy hang is more pub than traditional sports bar, but the crowd’s a nice mix of rowdy and respectful; the wings, fries and […] Read more »

2013 Best Place to Watch a Phillies Game

Devil’s Den

1148 South 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

Readers’ Choice: What other bar gives out Phillies rally towels on Opening Day? This South Philly fan favorite and its massive beer list inspires much […] Read more »