With Super Bowl LVII one day away, there isn’t a more exciting time to be a Philadelphian. It’s no secret, Philly is the home of die-hard sports fan and we love our birds. Everyone is feeling the energy and anticipating a big win in Sunday’s game; after all, it’s been five years since The Philadelphia Eagles were in the Super Bowl. To say we are ready to celebrate is an understatement!
If you are looking for a place to watch the big game, here are 5 places where you can watch The Super Bowl, eat, drink, & bleed green:
The popular holiday pop-up bar, Tinsel, located at 12th & Samson streets, has transformed into an Eagles-themed sports-lover’s dream. The inside is decorated with Eagles memorabilia, footballs, helmets, and pom poms—perfect for all your social media photo ops.
The bar top is a giant handmade collage with articles, rare photos and personal drawings. Fans can bleedgreen while enjoying speciality drinks such as the Weapon X, named after Brian Dawkins, made with Absolut vanilla, peach schnapps, cranberry, pineapple and activated charcoal, giving it a dark color or The Graham-sacker, after Brandan Graham, is Jameson, orange, amaretto and apple cider. Once your drink is done, your glass becomes your souvenir to take home and savor the day.
Where: 116 S 12 St.
2. Chickie’s and Pete’s
South Philly’s Chickie’s and Pete’s is a staple for game day viewing and Sunday will be no different. With numerous TVs for optimal viewing, fans can enjoy favorites such as Crab Fries, Wings, and mussels. A Big Game all-you-can-eat package is available at all locations, which includes immediate entry and a guaranteed seat from 6 p.m. until the end of the game.
There’s plenty of spirit around the city and in the bar. Enjoy domestic and craft beers as well as your favorite cocktails. Tickets are still available and we suggest to arrive early in your Eagles attire of course.
Where: 1526 Packer Ave.
3. The Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia
Transforming its second floor Alexander ballroom into a viewing party, The Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia in Rittenhouse square is a great place to bleed green and cheer on our birds. Three large projector screens are set up to ensure you don’t miss any of the plays from the big day.
Enjoy food from Patchwork Philly and even an Eagles-themed cocktail, “It’s a Philly Thing,” an Eagles green punch with rum, cucumber, apple, mint, green tea, white wine, and bubbles. Doors open at 5pm and there is no cover charge to attend.
Where: 1620 Chancellor St.
4. Martha in Kensington
Located in Kensington, Martha is a community-driven neighborhood bar and features locally sourced produce, hoagies, natural wine, draft cocktails, pickles, and so much more. Fans can watch the game inside the bar or outside on the patio. Enjoy a Giant Green Bloody Mary in honor of our birds while supporting the local neighborhood. Cover charge is $23.
Where: 2113 E York St.
5. Top Tomato Bar & Pizza
Top Tomato Bar & Pizza will bring the same vibes and energy as in the NFC Championship game equipped with finger food, domestic and craft beers, and Philly folks who bleed green. The cover charge is yet to be determined and tables are sold out. However, if you are looking to climb a pole in Center City afterwards, Top Tomato Bar & Pizza is a great place to get your adrenaline pumping. Doors open at 11a.m.
Where: 116 S 11 St.
Wherever you choose to watch Super Bowl LVII, practice safety, wear your favorite Jersey, and don’t forget to flex your vocal cords as we chant “Fly Eagles Fly” E-A-G-L-E-S! Go birds! It’s a Philly thing!
Erryn Howard, Staff Writer Secret Philadelphia