Where to Watch the Flyers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs
While our beloved Flyers performed well enough during their regular season to make it all the way to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, they’ve been struggling to hold their own against the New York Rangers in the first three games of the post-season series. Now more than ever, they need the support of fans to get them through the next two games and on to bringing “Lord Stanley’s Mug” back to Philadelphia. Check out where you can go to cheer them on and enjoy some great drinks at the same time.
McGillin’s Olde Ale House: In addition to showing the playoffs on the bar’s flatscreens and giant digital projection screen, the city’s oldest, continuously run bar is running some great specials for hockey fans, including its Freezin’ Flyer Fantini, raspberry vodka, Triple Sec, and peach mix during games.
Brauhaus Schmitz: Five TVs at the bar and a giant digital projection screen in the back means you won't miss a single second of the playoffs while enjoying German beers and food.
Bainbridge Street Barrel House: The just-south-of South Street watering hole is offering guests Old Forge Brewery drafts for $3 during games.
City Tap House: Nine big screen TVs, and an always impressive lineup of great craft beer on the 60 taps, the Tap House is a perfect place to watch the games.
Sto's Bar: The games will shown on all of the Old City bar’s TVs, while pints of pilsner will be poured for $2.50 and well drinks for $4.
Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse: Twenty TVs means you can keep up on all the action happening on the ice while keeping an eye on whatever other games are playing, and enjoying some tasty food and great drink specials too.
Cavanaugh's Headhouse: If twenty TVs isn't enough, head to Cav's Headhouse to catch the games on thirty-two HDTVs. You can't lose with plenty of TVs, drink and food specials.
Brü Craft & Wurst: Check out the Stanley Cup playoffs on this indoor, urban beer garden’s 10 huge hi-def TVs and enjoy a rotating selection of daily food and drink deals.
Wrap Shack: With five huge TVs and an impressive lineup of great craft beers and awesome food, you can’t go wrong with rooting for the Flyers here.
Finn McCool’s Ale House: The Sansom Street pub will show the games on its six flatscreens and offer guests drink and food specials.
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