Where to Watch Super Bowl XLIX in Philadelphia

Where to Watch Super Bowl XLIX in Philadelphia

The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots will face off for Super Bowl XLIX. Kickoff is 6:30 PM, and whether you’re in it this year for the commercials, the halftime show or the actual game, here are some great spots to watch and enjoy food and drinks specials during the festivities this Sunday.

Bainbridge Street Barrel House (625 S 6th St.)
$4 pints of Neshiminy Mudbank Milk Stout and Susquehanna Gold Lager drafts, wings in four styles (buffalo, grilled honey BBQ, garlic parmesan and spicy Korean chili), team specials including fried oyster po'boys, New England clam chowdah, and parmesan fries.

Bierstube (206 Market St.)
Happy hour specials will be offered during the game along with $1 off appetizers.

Cavanaugh’s Headhouse (412 S 2nd St.) 
Free tailgate buffet 5:30-6:30 PM. $3.50 Lagers.

Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse (1823 Sansom St.)
$3.50 Miller Lite drafts and $4 Yards drafts.

Perch Pub (1345 Locust St.)
$4 Select craft drafts, $3 Jäger and Fireball shots, $5 Jameson, Jack Daniels Honey, and Southern Comfort shots, half-price jumbo buffalo or naked wings, $2.75-$5.50 pub snacks. Enter to win “Guess the Final Score” for a chance to when a $50 Perch Pub gift card and various swag items.

City Tap House (2 Logan Sq.)
Beer and starter specials. Special viewing event on their 15ft Hi-Def screen. Make a reservation and you could win a trip to a top U.S. brewery.

Field House (1150 Filbert St.)
Craft beer and wings on special for $35. Reservations recommended.

Brauhaus Schmitz (718 South St.)
Watch the game on a big screen in their special Brauer Bunch room. $5 drink specials and $20 gets you a spread with pork rings, roast beef, meatballs, wings and more.

Bar-Ly Chinatown (101 N 11th St.)
$3 select beers, $25 Corona Light Towers. $5 Wings and Fries, $1.50 Hot Dogs, $3.50 Cheesesteak Spring Rolls, Veggie Spring Rolls, Summer Rolls. Reservations recommended.

Fado Irish Pub (1500 Locust St.)
Watch the game broadcast on their big screen and plenty of HDTVs. Specials on Guinness, lager, cans, bottles, cocktails and food.

Founding Fathers (1612 South St.)
Space is limited at Founding fathers, so large group party reservations are encouraged. Pre-order your family style menu here.

Tavern on Broad (200 S Broad St.)
$25 per person gets you endless domestic drafts, wings and fries for 3 hours. Pre-order tickets here.

McGillin’s Olde Ale House (1310 Drury St.)
$7 Pitchers of Bud Light and Yuengling.

Palladino’s (1934 E Passyunk Ave.)
A complimentary shot of Spaghetti Western (tequila, citronge, lime and blood orange aranciata) at halftime along side special menu items like a Short Rib Stuffed Potato ($14), Pizzata ($13), Potato Skins ($7), $4 Peroni drafts and $9 Blood Orange Screwdrivers.

BRU Craft & Wurst (1318 Chestnut St.)
$5 Bites and American drafts. Get a sneak peek of U-Bahn, the soon-to-open underground bar.

Taproom on 19th (2400 S 19th St.)
$3 Yuengling bottles, $3 Chesterfield drafts, $10 Chesterfield pitchers, half-price Korean Fried Chicken Wings at halftime and special menu additions including Cheeseburger Hush Puppies, Loaded Potato Burger, Pizza Pigs in a Blanket, and more.

Nick’s Roast Beef (16 S 2nd St.)
Annual Super Bowl Party featuring all-you-can-eat buffet and all-you-can-drink at the bar for $40 at the door. Starts at 6 PM.

Me N Mo Meatballs and More (214 South St.)
$1 Buffalo or Hong Kong meatballs at the bar during halftime, $5 red or white wines, $4 all bottled beers and $1 off homemade lasagna and wedge salads.

Bridget Foy’s (200 South St.)
$5 Chipotle Wings and $3 Kenzinger drafts.

Square 1682 (121 S 17th St.)
Chef Caitlin Mateo is cooking up some fun and delicious specials including buckets of Whole Lancaster Fried Chicken, Cheesesteak Short Rib Sandwiches and more. Enjoy craft beer specials hailing from breweries in New England and the Pacific Northwest while watching the game on the additional large format TV brought in special for the Super Bowl. 

ELA (627 S 3rd St.)
Order ahead wings for $10 per dozen featuring Honey-Sriracha and Lime, Chipotle-Salted Caramel, Miso Mustard, Old Bay or Classic Old Hot Sauce.

Manny Brown’s (512 South St.)
$2.75 Miller Lite pints and 40-cent wings.

London Grill (2301 Fairmount Ave.)
Discounted bar menu including wings and nachos. $1 off drafts, $4 Miller Lite Pounders and $4 bottled beers.

City Tap House University City (3925 Walnut St.)
Featuring a special Super Bowl Menu including Loaded Potato Skins, Potato Perogis, Paprika Onion Rings, and Ribeye Chili Bowl.

Revolution House (200 Market St.)
Get the American Burger and any select draft beer for $12.

Varga Bar (941 Spruce St.)
Showing the game on the TVs while “Super Fowl V” takes place starting at 6 PM. This year, chef Evan Turney is defending his title against Jay Cook in a competition where they prepare 3 different kinds of wings, and you and a panel of judges decide whose are the best. Specials on wings, draft beers and whiskey throughout the event.

Smith’s (39 S 19th St.)
$3 Yuengling and Bud Light drafts, $4 bartender’s pick craft beer, $5 boneless wings and $5 chicken nachos.

Chickie’s & Pete’s (1526 Packer Ave.)
All-you-can-eat and drink specials at all locations.

2nd Story Brewing (117 Chestnut St.)
$4 pints, $5 cocktails and $3-$6 snacks including Pork Fundido, corn dogs and coconut shrimp.

 

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