February 01, 2016
The high-stakes game, the commercials, the halftime show, the food -- these are the things that make Super Bowl Sunday such a huge event. Luckily, Philly doesn't disappoint on offering a huge selection of places to go on game day with big-screen TVs, Super Bowl 50 drink specials and plenty of food. Make Sunday, Feb. 7, a "Sunday Funday" and either pick up or eat out at these 12 local restaurants.
Enjoy a special Super Bowl Sunday $5 menu while watching the game at Nick's Roast Beef. There will be roast beef and roast pork sandwiches, classic sliders, nachos, mac and cheese bites, chicken fingers and mozzarella sticks. The drink specials will be $3 domestic drafts and $10 buckets of Rolling Rock, Yuengling or Miller High Life.
Look for prizes and giveaways at the bar throughout the party, which starts at 6 p.m. and runs through the end of the game.
A full delivery and takeout menu will also be available with favorites like wings in mild, hot, old bay, hot and honey, garlic Parmesan and barbecue sauce, or order trays of roast beef and pork to watch the game at home.
16 S. Second St.
Head to Midtown Village to catch the game projected on the wall at BRU. There will be $5 American Craft Drafts (14-plus to pick from), a special appetizer menu with garlic, buffalo and bourbon BBQ wings, nachos and sliders.
Guests can also order a 6-foot sausage sandwich served with a 2-liter boot of beer for two to eight people. The giant sausage sandwich must be pre-ordered at least 48 hours in advance, however.
1318 Chestnut St.
The Venue at Valley Forge Casino Resort will have a 15-foot big screen to watch the game on. There will be a food buffet and open bar packages available while there. Enjoy favorites like popcorn, Philadelphia pretzels, ranch-style kettle chips, buffalo wings, chili and cheese hot dogs, BBQ pork sliders, curly fries and chocolate chip cookies.
The buffet begins at 6 p.m. and will end at the start of the fourth quarter. The all-you-can-eat food ticket is $25 with cash bar, or choose the buffet and open bar, which is $50.
1160 First Ave.
King of Prussia
Head to Headhouse Square and catch the game at the bar, while enjoying chipotle wings for $5 and Kenzinger drafts for $3.
200 South St.
Watch the Super Bowl at the bar on three big-screen HD TVs in this East Passyunk spot.
Drink specials include $3 Peroni drafts; $4 Yards, Victory and Dogfish; $5 house wines by the glass and $7 selection of specialty cocktails.
From the kitchen, enjoy discounted eats, including Grilled Thick Cut 1732 Garlic Insanity Bacon for $5, Oysters Casino for $5, Wood Grilled Burger Deluxe with Wedge Fries for $10, Truffled Grissini for $10, Focaccia Di Recco for $10 and Sicilian BBQ Pork for $12.
On top of discounted food and drink, look for a special new cocktail called Figezza Punch.
Catch the game at the bar and enjoy discounted drinks, off-menu specials and discounts.
Drink specials will include $3 Yuengling bottles, $3 Chesterfield draughts, $10 Chesterfield pitchers and $2.50 Miller High Life bottles.
Wings, either buffalo with celery and blue cheese or Korean-style with cashews, ginger and sesame, will be half-off during the game.
2400 S. 19th St.
The pizza joint that has locations in both Rittenhouse and South Philly is offering a new Super Bowl Sunday pie. The special Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza will have mozzarella, cheddar, ground beef, bacon and caramelized onions on it.
Sit in and watch the game or order to-go. Each location is also BYOB.
There are special deals happening at each location, as well. At Rittenhouse, purchase four pies to dine-in, take out or for delivery and get one free. Those in South Philly can order South Philly-style "twice-cooked" wings.
1740 Sansom St.
1180 S. 10th St.
This South Philly restaurant is offering special Super Bowl Sunday takeout deals. Order meatball packages from their varied menu, which includes beef, lamb and chicken meatballs.
214 South St.
Watch the big game on the big screen in the Brauer Bund Beer Hall. For $50, enjoy bottomless beer that starts 30 minutes before the first whistle and lasts through the end of game, paired with a buffet of pork rinds, roast beef and wings.
718 South St.
Shack Shack’s three Philadelphia-area locations in Center City, University City and King of Prussia all have multiple flat-screen TVs that will be playing the game.
In addition, the restaurants are going to be offering a Big Game Shack Pack for pickup. The Pack has 10 ShackBurgers and 2 pints of custard for $50.
2000 Sansom St.
3200 Chestnut St.
160 N. Gulph Rd.
King of Prussia
Catch the game on nine TVs throughout the bar and dining room. During game time, enjoy 40-cent wings and $2.75 pints of Miller Lite.
512 South St.
Head to Jeweler’s Row to watch the game on one of five large-screen TVs. The bar will open at 11 a.m. and will feature specials all day.
The food specials are spicy stout glaze or buffalo wings for $7; nachos with chili, cheese and jalapeños for $8 or a grilled rib-eye steak served with chipotle-lime fries and cilantro pesto for $15.
The drink specials are $2 Coors Light, $3 Yuengling, $4 red and white wines, $5 margaritas and $5 Jameson.
112 S. Eighth St.