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Super Bowl XLVII Food & Drink Specials in Philadelphia

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Super Bowl XLVII Food & Drink Specials in Philadelphia

The kickoff for Super Bowl XLVII takes place at 6:30 PM on Sunday, February 3, but you don’t want to wait for the last minute to plan your day. Whether you’re in it for the sports, the ads or just the party atmosphere, check out these great specials all over Philadelphia. May the best team win, but more importantly, may the best drinks be yours! (Know a special we missed? We'll be updating throughout the week, so please tell us about it in the comments.)

Alfa Bar: $3 select domestic beers, $4 house red and white wines, $5 house Champagne, $1 corn dogs.

Bainbridge Street Barrel House: $1 off Maryland and San Francisco drafts, including those from DuClaw, Stillwater, Heavy Seas, Anchor, 21st Amendment and Ace Cider, plus 50-cent wings.

Bayou Bar and Grill: $2 Miller Lite bottles and $3 craft beer pints; $5 pizzas all day and night.

Bourbon Blue:
Showing the game on three TVs with $3 Blue Moon and half-priced bottles of wine until midnight.

The Cambridge: Pre-game brunch from 11 AM–4 PM; beer pitcher specials and food specials all night.

Catahoula: $3 drafts and Narragansett cans, $4 well drinks and shots, $5 house wines, $5 Hurricanes and sangria, $4 appetizers, $6 po-boy sliders and $10 wings.

Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse: $3.50 Miller Lite drafts, $4 Yards Pale Ale pints.

City Tap House: Featuring breweries from both San Francisco (Anchor Steam and 21st Amendment) and Baltimore (National Bohemian, The Brewer’s Art and Stillwater) all day. Offering growlers, pizzas and wing platters to go with 24–48 advance order.

Del Frisco’s: Showing the game on 130-ft. HD screen with $4 Buds, Bud Lights and Miller Lites, $5 Stella Artois, $ red and white wines and $8 VIP cocktails..

Drinker’s West: 4 PM–halftime: $1.50 Bud Light and Miller Lite cans, $2 Corona cans; 4 PM–midnight: $4 Absolut drinks; all day and night: $2 PBR cans; starting at kick-off: all-you-can-eat tailgate menu, including wings, tacos and nachos.

El Vez: Free order of salsa Mexicana to all guests who get two orders of guacamole.

Gypsy Saloon: $2 Yuengling and Miller Lite drafts, $5 cocktails inspired by the Ravens and 49ers, $15 food buffet including make-your-own cheesesteak, wings, quesadillas, onion rings and assorted flatbreads.

Le Viet: $3 beers, $5 cocktails and wines, free wings (while supplies last), $2.50 spring rolls, $4 crispy tofu and $5 papaya salad.

McGillin’s Olde Ale House: Game showing on HD projector screen TVs; $2 PBR pints, $7 Yuengling Light pitchers.

MilkBoy: $3 drafts from Anchor Steam (San Francisco) and Flying Dog (Maryland), free appetizers at halftime and $2 shots of your choice during the Century 21 commercials, which feature music by MilkBoy The Studio.

National Mechanics: Showing the game on 6-ft. projection screen with drink specials.

Noir: Starting at 3 PM: $1 Yuengling pints, $5 O'Canada citywides (12-oz. Molson plus a shot of Canadian Club whiskey) and 25-cent wings.

Perch Pub: Game showing on six-foot HD projection screen and HD TVs; $3 bourbon shots, $5 Jagermeister shots, $15 buckets of domestic bottles, $2.50–$5.50 pub snacks; giveaways and prizes for patrons who best show their NFL team colors. From 8–10 PM: half-price craft drafts.

Ray’s Happy Birthday Bar: Free pizza and wings at halftime; T-shirt give-away during second half.

Shake Shack: Game will be playing on TVs; two new menu items featured: the Dapper Dog and Blood Orange Lemonade; ShackMeister Ale on tap.

South Philly Bar and Grill: $3 Yuengling and Yuengling Light drafts; Female Football Frenzy (F3) party benefiting the American Heart Association starts at 5:30 PM: $10 tickets (at the door) include one raffle ticket and a pin, $25 tickets include a bundle of raffle entries, a pin and a T-shirt; $2 from each SkinnyGirl cocktail or heart-healthy food item will benefit the AHA.

Southern Cross Kitchen: $2 Yuengling and Miller Lite drafts, plus two $5 cocktails inspired by the Ravens and 49ers. Also featuring a $15 Super Bowl buffet with items such as fried chicken bites, pork sliders, mac and cheese, Texas Pete’s wings, fried pickles, chicken jambalaya, and cheesesteak egg rolls.

SoWe Bar and Kitchen: $5 hurricanes and hand grenades; serving a special New Orleans menu including Abita on draft, gumbo, fried catfish, oyster po boys and bourbon caramel bread pudding.

Tequilas Restaurant: Participate in the “Super Bowl Squares” game for the chance to win free empanadas and a free margarita, sangria or beer at the end of every quarter.

Event Date: 02/03
Event Time: 6:30 PM Kickoff
Location: Various Bars
Price: PAYG

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