For those looking to view the big game or fuel their Super Bowl watch party in Philadelphia, the city has plenty of sit-in and take-out options.
Iron Hill Brewery
For the big game this Sunday, Iron Hill Brewery is offering party trays and craft beer deals on Saturday, Feb. 10, and Sunday, Feb. 11, to help fuel your Super Bowl watch party in the city. The brewery, as always, will offer growlers and crowlers to go ($2 off this weekend), plus half and full trays of Iron Hill’s signature Philly cheesesteak egg rolls ($94 full/$47 half) and chicken wings trays in buffalo, Korean BBQ or lemon pepper dusted ($60).
Philadelphians can also order up two pizzas and a signature beer growler for $25 and for catering orders exceeding $150, fans will additionally receive a $25 gift card redeemable at any Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant.
Multiple locations, ironhillbrewery.com
Bank & Bourbon
This weekend, Bank & Bourbon located inside the Loews Philadelphia Hotel will be hosting a watch party. The venue’s spacious lobby lounge will be open with the game on, and a menu packed with local favorites from Executive Chef Thomas Harkins (think cheesesteaks, wings and other football-themed bites) will be served up throughout the night alongside a full bar of offerings. Those looking for a restaurant dining experience that evening can also reserve a seat on Resy.
1200 Market St., bankandbourbon.com
The Boozy Mutt
This new venue for both Philadelphians and their furry friends will be hosting a Super Bowl watch party, but before kickoff, locals can head there earlier for their inaugural “Wooder Bowl.”
As a release notes, the event is presented by Philly-based social media brand Wooder Ice and comes with a focus on getting senior dogs from ACCT Philly adopted, as well as supporting ACCT Philly’s YODA Fund helping fund medically urgent care for dogs. On Sunday, there will be the official launch of the Dog Tag Wall, where guests can purchase personalized dog tags with proceeds going directly to ACCT Philly.
Additionally, complimentary “woofer ice,” (a house-made frozen treat consisting of watermelon ice cubes and unsweetened whipped cream) will be available for all pups who show up in football gear. Following the event, The Boozy Mutt will have the big game with sound on and food and drinks specials.
2639 Poplar St., theboozymutt.com
Dooney’s Pub is offering a variety of catering choices for Super Bowl Sunday. Sports fans can order up wing trays (starting at $72), mini cheesesteaks (starting at $90), a ½ tray of buffalo chicken dip (starting at $75), and boneless wing trays (starting at $75). As the release notes, Dooney’s will also still be offering its traditional takeout menu as well, and you can call either location in advance to pre-order your favorites for smaller groups.
Multiple locations, dooneyspub.com
City Works Eatery & Pour House
Those in the KOP area can head to a Super Bowl watch party at City Works Eatery & Pour House on Sunday. With 14 HDTVs and 90+ global and local craft beers on tap, the venue is hoping to be a one-stop shop for all football lovers. Those hosting watch parties will also be able to order up some catering from the venue, with offerings spanning smoked wings, queso dip, mini fried chicken sliders, and more.
220 Main St., cityworksrestaurant.com
Nunzio by Chef Michael DeLone
For those living over the bridge in New Jersey, Nunzio will be offering a special take-out menu for Super Bowl Sunday. Philadelphians can place their orders by Feb. 9 (pick-up will be available on Feb. 10) and menu items span Italian chopped salad dip, roast pork potato skins, Calabrian chile crispy chicken and much more.
706 Haddon Ave., nunziosbyob.com