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February 02, 2017

Score Super Bowl LI food and drink deals at these local spots

Here's where to go for viewing parties and takeout on Super Bowl Sunday

Food & Drink Super Bowl LI
Super Bowl burgers Courtesy of Taproom on 19th/PhillyVoice

Burgers and beers just go well together.

Planning a Super Bowl Sunday party or looking for a local watering hole to watch the Patriots versus the Falcons?

Plenty of Philly restaurants and bars are offering viewing parties with Super Bowl LI food & drink specials or deals on to-go trays and finger foods.

As far as game-day predictions go, odds are you won't go hungry or thirsty on Sunday, Feb. 5.

Taproom on 19th

Taproom's Super Bowl viewing party will feature half-price wings in four flavors, $3 Yuengling bottles, $3 Chesterfields, $10 pitchers and $2.50 Miller Lites and High Life. 

Also available on Super Bowl Sunday will be Buffalo fried cauliflower, a selection of Taproom on 19th's burgers, 14 craft draft selections and dozens of craft cans.

2400 S. 19th St.
(267) 687-7817

Nick’s Bar and Grille

Nick's Roast Beef/PhillyVoice

Nick's has tons of game-day options, but you can't go wrong with a roast beef sandwich.

Score cheap food and drinks at Nick's in Old City. The bar's Super Bowl viewing party will feature $3 domestic drafts, $10 beer buckets, $5 city wides, $5 roast beef sandwiches and $5 roast pork sandwiches.

Be on the lookout for giveaways, too.

The party starts at 6 p.m. and runs through the end of the game. Full delivery and takeout are also available for favorites like wings and trays of roast beef and pork.

16 S. Second St.
(215) 928-9411

The Little Lion

The Little Lion in Old City will host a Super Bowl viewing party at the upstairs bar, starting 30 minutes before kickoff. 

Enjoy specials like Southern poutine for $5, buck-a-chuck oysters and discounted drinks during the Super Bowl. The Lion Burger will also be featured at halftime. It's made with an 8-ounce burger, aged white cheddar, smoked bacon, pickled red onion, pimento cheese, butter lettuce and heirloom tomato on a sesame seed brioche roll.

243 Chestnut St.
(267) 273-0688

Brauhaus Schmitz

Chow down while watching Super Bowl LI with an all-you-can-eat buffet. The South Street bar/restaurant offers a wide selection of finger foods for $25 per person.

The buffet includes a cheese tray, veggies and ranch dip, chips and roasted onion dip, pretzel sticks, wings, bacon and cheese fries, sloppy Joes, spicy sausages with peppers and onions and smoked cheddar mac and cheese. 

As for drinks, draft beers will be $4. The party starts 30 minutes before kickoff at 6 p.m.

718 South St.
(267) 909-8814

BRU Craft & Wurst


Switch things up in the wing department. Try something besides the classic Buffalo.

If you're tiring of Buffalo wings then this is where you should go. BRU will offer eight different wing varieties: cherry molasses, General Tso's, orange arbol, black garlic sesame, sweet & sour beer, redcurrant ginger, Rauchbier BBQ and Sriracha maple.

The bar/restaurant will also serve 10 varieties of house-made sausage and $5 pints from Harpoon and Sweetwater.

The game will be projected onto the wall, with the sound on.

1316 Chestnut St.
(215) 800-1079

Bridget Foy's

This Headhouse Square restaurant keeps it simple. Watch the game at the bar while enjoying Buffalo wings for $5 and Kenzinger drafts for $3.

200 South St.
(215) 922-1813


Dine in or order customized catering boxes from this Center City restaurant. Make a six pack of like beers and get 20 percent off, or mix and match brews and get 10 percent off. The deal is available for dine in or take out.

Those who sit down can watch the game will be on TV while enjoying cheesesteaks, sandwiches, waffle cut fries and beers.

108 S. 18th St.
(215) 515-3828

Revolution Taco

Revolution Taco/PhillyVoice

Pick from to-go trays and a make-your-own buffet that can include tacos, burritos, Buffalo chicken empanadas and sea salt chocolate fudge brownies.

Get friends to bring wings and Buffalo chicken dip, then pick up food from Revolution Taco to watch the game at home.

The restaurant offers trays for pickup and a make-your-own buffet station for those taking to-go. Get tacos, enchiladas, chips and dip, salad, rice and beans, tamales, empanadas and brownies.

2015 Walnut St.
(267) 639-5681


Try the Super Bowl Sunday Pie, which is a twist on the cheesesteak. The pizza is made with thinly sliced rib-eye steak, green pepper and onion ribbons, Gorgonzola cheese and house-made steak sauce.

"Twice-baked" wings will also be available for pickup or delivery. Order wings on their own or opt for a packaged deal: 

The Tackle ($35) - 25 wings and one large plain pizza
The Field Goal ($55) - 25 wings, 15 mozzarella sticks and one large plain pizza
The Turf ($60) - 25 wings, one small Caesar salad tray, one large plain pizza
The Touchdown ($85) - 50 wings, two large one-topping pizzas

There are four SliCE locations. The game will be on at the South Jersey and Rittenhouse restaurants.

Rittenhouse Square
1740 Sansom St.
(215) 557-9299

431 E. Girard Ave.
(215) 425-1555

Italian Market
1180 S. 10th St.
(215) 463-0868

Washington Township
137 Egg Harbor Road, New Jersey
(856) 302-5099


ELA in Queen Village is offering a Super Bowl fried chicken dinner and wings to-go.

The chicken dinner will feature a whole fried chicken, truffle mac and cheese with cornbread crust, sweet chili cornbread muffins and sour cabbage slaw. Dinner for eight to 10 people is $100. It's $160 for 15 to 20 people. Order ahead.

There will also be four types of wings to-go at $10 per pound.

627 S. Third St.
(267) 687-8512