The Best Places to Watch Eagles Games (That Aren’t Your Couch)

If you’re ready for a change of scenery, put on your green and come cheer for the Eagles at these spots that have game-day eats and plenty of TVs.

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Cheer for the Birds at Philadelphia Eagles sports bars and family-friendly spots like Craft Hall. / Photograph by Alistair McDonald courtesy of Craft Hall Philly

Game days in Philly just haven’t felt the same without fans rallying together at local watering holes to support their beloved Birds. But fear not: This season, Philly spots are taking extra precautions to make sure you and your friends have some of the best seats in the house for all the Eagles action. For ice-cold beer and hearty bites, here are 15 places you’ll want to check out this season.

Broadway Bar & Grille

329 East Broadway Avenue, Clifton Heights

Friendly locals who are hard-core about their Eagles love to gather at the Broadway Bar & Grill for games. The volume is turned up nice and loud, so you feel you’re right there with those screaming fans in the stands. If you’re looking to enjoy some of the best seafood around, this will be your best bet, as the Broadway shares a menu with the Best of Philly-winning Clam Tavern, known for delicious eats and a family atmosphere.

Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse

1823 Sansom Street, Rittenhouse

This energetic sports bar in Center City offers a wide menu and beer selection along with plenty of TVs so you can catch every Eagles game. Reservations are encouraged prior to the start of the game; they come with different special packages and food and beverage vouchers for your table. Bring your proof of vaccination if you want indoor seating; you’ll find outdoor seating available for reservations as well.

Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar

Multiple locations

This proud partner of the Philadelphia Eagles has something for everyone. Known for its famous crab fries, Chickie’s & Pete’s also serves up everything from pizza to lobster rolls to cheesesteaks. There are plenty of TVs, so you won’t have to worry about missing a single snap of the game at any one of the locations.


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Craft Hall

901 North Delaware Avenue, Northern Liberties

Located inside a 35,000-square-foot warehouse, Craft Hall is lined with TV sets and has more than 500 indoor and outdoor seats for watching the game. Here at the home to Mainstay Brewing and Lost Bread Co., you’ll find a large craft beer selection, great drink specials, and delicious bites to fuel you though the action. There’s a playground section indoors and video games on hand, making this a great place to watch the Birds with the whole family.

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Craft Hall is ready to serve as your go-to Eagles sports bar. / Photograph by Alistair McDonald courtesy of Craft Hall Philly

Founding Fathers Sports Bar and Grill

1612 South Street, Grad Hospital

The just-reopened Founding Fathers offers fans a relaxed atmosphere with more than a dozen TVs lining the walls. For beer lovers, there are 20 different draft lines, so you’ll have no problem finding the right drink to pair with the game.


100 East Girard Avenue, Fishtown, and 1231 East Passyunk Avenue, East Passyunk

If great beer is at the top of your must-have list, you’ll love the 300-plus varieties offered here. Both locations include shuffleboard, pool tables, and other games to keep you entertained at the halftime break. Garage is a BYOF spot, but it’s easy to pick up takeout (Pat’s King of Steaks and Geno’s Steaks near Passyunk; Joe’s Steak and Soda Shop near Fishtown) and bring it along to devour while you watch the game on the big-screen TVs.

Libertee Grounds

1600 West Girard Avenue, Fairmount

The combo of golf and football makes this a unique experience for every Eagles game, thanks to the bar’s Philly-themed mini-golf course. Five-dollar mini-golf rounds after every game (free if the Birds win!) are an exciting addition to game days. Pan-Asian-style food, more than 30 taps of craft beer, and the Birds on the TVs and main projector screen make for a great dining atmosphere with both indoor and outdoor seating. Libertee Grounds asks that you bring proof of vaccination for indoor dining and the mini-golf course.


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Live Casino and Hotel

900 Packer Avenue, South Philly

The Sports and Social Restaurant inside the Live Casino and Hotel provides fans with a great place to watch all the Eagles games on the 52-foot screen and 24 additional TVs. Purchase promotions like the “Tailgate Package” to get the full experience, with decorated tables, wings, sliders and beer.

McGillin’s Old Ale House

1310 Drury Street, Midtown Village

One of Philly’s oldest bars, McGillin’s is a memorable place to watch the game. You’ll find TVs both outside and inside, including a high-definition projector indoors; there’s really not a bad seat in the house. Fans can purchase an Eagles Super Mug for $5 and get $2 refills of Bud Light every game all season long; there are always additional specials, too.


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Parx Casino Sportsbook

2999 Street Road, Bensalem

The multi-screen setup on the 156-foot HD media wall is the answer to a fan’s dreams; it can show up to 36 games, so you’ll be able to cheer for the Eagles and keep up with all your fantasy-league players at this 7,400-square-foot joint. The kitchen has game-day food faves like burgers and wings, and the 38-seat bar has you covered with beer, wine and cocktail needs. Some 200 seats geared toward comfort face the media wall, so there’s no problem finding a spot from which to catch the action.

Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar

254 South 12th Street, Midtown Village

This multi-level restaurant and bar brands itself as “The Best Gay Sports Bar in Philly.” With three floors of entertainment, including a roof-deck bar with a view of the city, there’s lots to explore at Tabu. Cold drinks and menu items like spicy mac & cheese bites, loaded tots and fries, wings and nachos will satisfy your appetite during the game. The second floor is home to Eagles watch parties, so check out the events calendar online for all the dates to attend.


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The Greeks

239 Haverford Avenue, Narberth

The go-to spot for Eagles games on the Main Line, the Greeks, which turns 100 next year, bills itself as “Narberth’s oldest and friendliest bar.” You can expect a great craft beer list, and while some sports bars are squarely meat-focused, the Greeks has plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. Don’t worry, though: They’ve got you covered for all the traditional favorites too.

Tradesman’s and BRÜ Craft & Wurst

1322 Chestnut Street (Tradesman’s) and 1316 Chestnut Street (BRÜ), Midtown Village

All season long, you can head to Juniper Street for outdoor block parties featuring two giant TVs, hosted by Tradesman’s and BRÜ for every game. Both restaurants also offer  specials, so be sure to check them out during or after the block party. Multiple HDTVs, four viewing spaces and two floors give you plenty of options for viewing at Tradesman’s while you feast on traditional BBQ and drink specials. Head over to BRÜ for German cuisine, plus 39 beers on tap and the Eagles on a 105-inch projection wall.

Xfinity Live

1100 Pattison Avenue, South Philly

Bringing the game-day energy, Xfinity Live offers a premier location for Eagles fans to gather for every game, both home and away. There’s no cover charge for away games and just a $5 cover for home games, and fans get to experience the Birds on a 32-foot LED screen in the NBC Sports Arena. There’s a full-service menu for bar food and drinks; be sure to book a table online so you don’t miss out on the fun.