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Go Birds: All the Best Spots to Watch the Eagles Soar in Philly on Super Bowl Sunday

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It’s an exciting time to be a Philadelphia resident; the Benjamin Franklin Parkway just turned 100, Love Park reopens soon, and the Eagles made it to the Super Bowl. The city is bursting with pride and because Edgewater Residents are on the edge of everything, we know you are feeling this raw energy more than anyone. Ever since last Sunday’s championship game, Philly has been anxiously counting down the days until “the Birds” go up against the New England Patriots. This year’s Super Bowl is going to be big and it needs some big planning to go with it. Due to the NFL’s unpredictable nature, we understand you might not have thought about where to celebrate the game until now. That’s why we came up with this extensive list of favorite sports bars and premiere parties worth checking out on game day.

 

Chickie and Pete’s – Although there are locations all over the city, the most classic spot to watch the game is at Chickie and Pete’s South Philadelphia. This popular sports bar is really an Eagles fan mainstay and reservations for their Super Bowl party are already filling up. Packages cost $125, which include open bar and unlimited menu items. Give them a call at (215) 218-0500 for more information.

 

Nick’s Roast Beef Bar Super Bowl Party – Grab a ticket to this event soon, the home of Philadelphia’s most famous roast beef sandwich is bound to fill up. Nick’s annual Super Bowl celebration offers an expansive all-you-can-eat buffet with traditions like BBQ ribs, buffalo wings, french fries with unlimited toppings, snow crab legs, and an ice cream sundae bar. There’s also endless draft beers and well drinks. Entry is just $40, so take advantage of this amazing deal for award-winning bites.

 

Mad Rex – This Super Bowl Sunday step into a post-apocalyptic world for the big game, don’t worry they still have cable. Mad Rex is Philly’s newest themed bar phenomenon and they are offering plenty of great specials for the occasion. Enjoy $3 draft beers, complimentary loaded fries, shots with every touchdown, and a specialty “Smoking Eagle” cocktail that actually bleeds green. Also, take advantage of free access to a 10-minute NFL experience in the VR room.

 

BRU Craft & Worst – This German bar and restaurant on Chestnut Street is certainly gearing up for an Eagles victory. Watch the game on their huge projection wall with full sounds. A specialty menu just for the event will be available featuring their delicious house-made sausages and craft pints will be $5 all night.

 

O’Neals Pub – Great for people who like to start their Super Bowl celebrations early, O’Neals opens at 9 am and they even offer breakfast specials. A great spot to spend the entire day; enjoy a New Orleans jam band live performance in the afternoon. More than 22 TVs will ensure you won’t miss a second of playtime while you enjoy classic specials like $.50 wings and $3-4 beers.

 

P’unk Burger – Planning to stay in with some friends to watch the game instead? Don’t worry about burning the frozen finger food and order catering from P’unk Burger. Their game day special is a $75 party tray of sliders and fries. Schedule a delivery between 10 am to 10 pm and chow down on their organic, authentic, high-quality burgers.

 

Indoor Super Bowl Tailgate Party – The Warehouse on Watts is hosting an immersive Super Bowl Party with an early start for dedicated fans. The huge space will be filled with festivities like baggo, ping-pong, billiards, and a DJ at commercial breaks. Watch the game on their large projections screen and get a drink at the cash bar. Endless hotdogs come with the $10 entry fee and if the Eagles win everyone gets free champagne.

 

Parkside Beef & Ale Super Bowl Fish Fry – Indulge in a fried fish platter at this lively Arch Street bar. Super Bowl drink specials are offered all evening and there will be a DJ for the pregame. Get your tickets online for j