Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Philly

By Jahnai Acosta

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It has been a very long time that the Eagles have played in the Super Bowl… 14 years to be exact. If you can’t travel all the way to Minneapolis this Sunday to watch the game in person, there are still plenty of great spots in the city to enjoy the celebration.

The entire of city of Philadelphia is full of team spirit and if you want to be surrounded by your fellow eagle lovers, here are some places to watch the game on the big screen while enjoying game food and of course beer.

MilkBoy Philly and Milkboy South Street

Location: 401 South Street and 1100 Chestnut Street

CostPay as you go, downstairs; $15, upstairs

Both Milkboy locations are offering free wings at halftime and selling specialty green wings in honor of the teams color. The green wings are made with a a spicy habanero buffalo sauce. But the celebration doesn’t end there, along with their drink specials they will also be giving complimentary shots of their famous house whiskey after each Eagles touchdown. Milkboy is also bringing the spirit of tailgating indoors with beer pong.

O’Neal’s Pub

Location: 611 S. 3rd Street

Cost: Pay as you go

The pub will be opening early on Sunday so all you Eagles fans can start celebrating as early as possible. The food and drink specials will last all day long and there will be live music in the afternoon. So put on your green and get down to O’neals to celebrate with the other early birds.

Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest

Location: 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Cost: $60 or Pay as you go

If you want to participate in reserved seating, all you can eat Chickie’s and Pete’s buffet and an open bar for four hours while watching the game plus the $60 dollar option is perfect for you. Another option is to get the pay as you go in which you can still watch the game on two big screens, but can order whatever you want.

La Peg at FringeArts

Location: 140 N. Columbus Boulevard

Cost: $25 or Pay as you go

The all you can eat tailgate styled buffet will only cost you $25. In addition to the buffet you can pay for specialty shots and cocktails such as the Underdog shots and Screaming Eagle Cocktails. You will be able to enjoy the green-and-white lighting of the Benjamin Franklin bridge that night while watching the game on two massive screens. And yes there will be beer specials and food items you can order if you don’t want the buffet.

Coda Philly

Location: 1712 Walnut Street

Cost: General Admission $75; VIP admission $150.

The Coda has the largest big screens in Center City that you can enjoy the game on. With your admission ticket you can enjoy the game, a tailgate style buffet, and five hours of an open bar starting at 5PM.

Punch Line Philly

Location: 33 E. Laurel Street

Cost: Free or $30

If your looking for a free place to watch the game with your friends and family, head down to the Punchline Philly. You can watch the game for free or if you want to reserve a seat in their show room with a buffet you can purchase a ticket. The festivities will begin at 4pm.

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