Where to Watch the Eagles Win the Super Bowl
Whether they win or lose, you'll need companionship, sustenance, and many, many drinks to make it through Sunday's game.
If you don’t already have plans yet, you either don’t care about football (yes, we do exist!) or you’ve been too busy Eagles-ifying everything in your life to set something up. No worries — here’s our list of the Philly’s top spots to watch the Birds win it all.
The Lodge at Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest, Pennsport
Need lots of space with tons of seating to watch the game? Bundle up and head to the RiverRink, where the game is showing on two huge screens. While party packages are sold out, pay-as-you-go food and drink — supplied by Chickie’s & Pete’s, Garces Group, and Franklin Fountain — are still available. And for anyone who’s not interested in the game (good luck with that), there’s an arcade, fire pits to cuddle around, and of course, ice skating. The party starts at 6 p.m.
Garage South, East Passyunk
All five of the OG Garages TV’s will be showing the game — sound on, of course — and the bar will be serving $3 Miller Lite cans, $4 Yards drafts, and $5 well cocktails during Sunday’s showdown.
Taproom on 19th, South Philly
In addition to showing the game, they’ll be serving up Tabasco wings, mac ‘n’ cheese donuts, and half-price wings, $ Founders drafts, and Miller High Life and Miller Lite for $2.50.
Devil’s Den, South Philly
Before you focus on the football, let off some of the anxiety around Sunday’s epic showdown by watching adorable dogs frolic (while drinking beer, of course) at this Puppy Bowl XVI viewing party. Even better, two Philly rescue pups will be playing (literally), so you’ll want to root for these actual hometown underdogs before you cheer on the fake ones. The bar will be serving Greyhounds made with Tito’s Vodka for $7, with proceeds going to Morris Animal Refuge, plus giveaways and dog-themed treats from Lagunitas and a menu of creative hot dogs from chef Paul Trowbridge. Party with doggos from 3 p.m. till 6 p.m.
The Cambridge, Graduate Hospital
They’re recreating the sound of the Linc with a direct live feed to the stadium playing the Eagles lineup intro song and the pep band playing when the Eagles score. $25 gets you in with a guaranteed seat, any drink of your choice — cocktails, wine, you name it — plus food and drink specials throughout the evening.
Yakitori Boy, Chinatown
The izakaya-slash-karaoke lounge is putting karaoke in its main rooms on hold to show the game on a 128-inch screen with surround sound. They’re offering specials, too — $4 Bud Light and Bud Light Lime (sigh), a signature Eagles shot for $5 during the game, and deals on food like a $10 Eagles sushi roll, $5 Old Bay cheese fries, and a $15 yakitori combo. Karaoke will resume after the game — so you’d better start practicing the vocals to “We Are the Champions” now. Party starts at 6 p.m.
Strangelove’s, Washington Square West
It’s a Super Bowl party takeover at Strangelove’s, where a ticket gets you access to open beer bars at both floors, plus all-you-can-eat wings and pretzel bites until the clock runs out. Tickets are $75 — which includes tax and gratuity — and you can get them here. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
McGillin’s Old Ale House, Midtown Village
Watch the game as your forefathers would have in the country’s oldest continually operating tavern, 158 years young. They’ll be serving green beer, Iggletinis, and wings to keep you going on Sunday.
Tiki, Midtown Village
In addition to showing the game, Tiki will be offering happy hour all day and all night long on Sunday, with $5 well drinks and sangria, $3 pounders, $5 dumplings, and $5 off party platters of food.
BRÜ Craft & Wurst and U-Bahn, Midtown Village
If you absolutely must be at a bar, a $25 ticket gets you in the door at these spots, but no freebies or guaranteed seats. They’ll be serving food specials throughout the evening, though. Somehow, tickets are already sold out, but they’ll be releasing more as game day draws closer, and walk-in tickets will be available.
Vintage Wine Bar, Midtown Village
They’re bringing in a TV just for those sports fans who need to sip some classy old grape juice while they watch —no sound on, though. The bar will offer $5 sangria & bubbly, $4 house wines, $3 beer specials and deals on snacks during the game, too.
Time, Midtown Village
The game will be showing on all the TVs in their whiskey bar, as well as big screen in the dining room at Time’s Super Bowl watch party. And they’re offering $7 cocktails made with Eagle Rare bourbon, too.
Bar, Midtown Village
The downtown dive will be showing the game on all of the TVs, with Miller Lite drafts on special for $2.
MilkBoy, Center City and South Street
Both Philly locations will be showing the game and pouring free shots of house whiskey whenever the Eagles score a TD, plus free wings at halftime. For something hotter, try chef Chris Beyer’s special-edition Eagles-green wings with extra spicy habanero buffalo sauce on special, plus $3 select drafts and cans and $2 off specialty cocktails, wine and draft beer.
They’ll be showing the game, sound on, plus offering wood-fired pizza and mussels specials and beer and cider specials at the bar.
The new mega-sports bar with an ice lounge opens this Friday, February 2nd — and if you want the visual equivalent of mainlining the game, head there to see it on a brain-boggling 32 TVs.
The Lounge at Scarpetta, Rittenhouse
The Italian spot is streaming the game on both TVs at the bar and extending its happy hour menu to run during the game.
The Little Lion, Rittenhouse
Their “Super Bowl for Adults” party is taking over the entire restaurant. So far, all seated tables are sold out, but tickets for the the two bars and raw bar remain. A $125 ticket gets you in from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m., with a premium open bar — that’s 13 drafts and domestic bottles, top-shelf liquor like Ketel One, Bombay, and Jack Daniels, and all wines on the menu — plus an all-you-can-eat buffet and bar menu, and a guaranteed seat with a view of the game. Get your tickets here.
Slice, Italian Market, Rittenhouse, and Washington Township
These three Slice locations will be showing the game on Sunday (just not the one in Fishtown). But all Slice locations willsre offering specials on their Eagles’ Spicy Meat Lovers, Truffle Ribeye Touchdown, Vegan Spicy Meat Lovers, and Ultimate Eagles football-shaped pizza, all Super Bowl weekend long.
Dock Street Brewing Company, West Philly
The craft brewery and pizza destination usually closes at 5 p.m. on Sundays, but they’re staying open till 9:30 in honor of the Eagles. Pregame with the Puppy Bowl at 3 p.m. — projected onto two big screens — and switching over to football when the big game starts. They’ve got a slate of bar snacks (including vegan bites) on special, too — like including their “Underdog” Hot Dog, which is fry-cooked, wood-fire-grilled, and served with cheddar cheese, pickle and chopped onions, and a side of house-made seasoned potato chips and pesto mayo dip.
Local 44, West Philly
Grab a seat at the bar — where they’re offering a selection of beers from their always-stellar craft list for just $4 during the game — to watch the Eagles take the field.
Clarkville, West Philly
This family-friendly pizza spot is the perfect place to teach your kids to be proper Philly sports fans. Head to the upstairs bar to watch the game, or check it out on their new first-floor TV screen. They’ll be offering happy hour specials on their craft beers, great wines, and chicken cheesesteak pizza, too.
Prohibition Taproom, Spring Arts
The game will be on at ProTap, as will a menu additional of game-day food specials.
Urban Village Brewing Company, Northern Liberties
The game will be showing on all five screens this Sunday ‚ but Super Bowl specials at Urban Village start early. As of Friday, February 2nd, you can order up a green specialty beer cocktail, the 4th and 26, made with their Nectar apricot wheat ale, lemon-lime soda, and curaçao for $6. Foodwise, they’re turning iconic Philly sandwiches into pizza, with a Cheesesteak pie topped with braised brisket, pecorino, mozzarella, caramelized onions and truffle oil and the Roast Pork, with porchetta, broccoli rabe, mozz, tomato sauce, and long hot pesto.
Heritage, Northern Liberties
Want to avoid the crowds, sit down, and eat some fancied-up Southern food like a goddamn adult on Sunday? Head to Heritage, where you can watch the game over oysters and pimento cheese.
Mad Rex, Northern Liberties
After the apocalypse, there will still be Eagles fans. Those football-loving survivors can enjoy $3 Drafts starting when they open at 11 a.m. on Sunday, plus freebies like a complimentary Max Rex IPA with any burger purchased, a free Flying Eagle shot whenever the Birds score, and one complimentary order of loaded fries per party. They’re also offering a free 10 minutes in their virtual reality room, which now has something called “NFL Experience,” from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. on game day. The game will be showing at the bar and lounge as well as on extra TVs added special for the Super Bowl. When the Eagles soar to victory, it’ll be the perfect time to treat yourself to a Smoking Eagle cocktail, made with Johnny Walker Black and served in a smoke-filled chamber.
Garage North, Fishtown
All nine — nine! — of Garage in the North’s TV’s will have the game on, so you should be able to see the action while shooting skee-ball without having to turn your head too far. They’ll have $3 Budweiser and Bud Light pounder cans, $5 Goose Island IPA drafts, and Game Day Green Lemonade Fun Bags, a beverage with a name as distasteful as its contents (vodka and lemon-limeade). The kitchen will have wings and other snacks for sale, too.
Misconduct Tavern, Center City (Locust Street and JFK Boulevard)
Both locations of the sports bar will be showing the game, of course — but you can get started early at their pregame party from 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. Guests wearing Eagles gear get 10 percent off, and the person with the most Eagles spirt will win a $50 Misconduct gift card. At the bar, they’ll be serving $4 Yuengling, Miller Lite, and Bud Light bottles, too. But don’t expect to see any Sam Adams on the menu: they already had their own little Boston Tea Party, Philly style.