A few ways to celebrate and watch the Eagles in the playoffs in Philadelphia

watch the Eagles in the playoffs
Xfinity Live!
Xfinity Live!

It’s time to bleed green. If you’re looking for some ways to spend your weekend with the Birds, here are a few options to celebrate and watch the Eagles in the playoffs in Philadelphia. 

Xfinity Live! 

This spot is a no-brainer for sports fans due to its close proximity to the stadiums. Football fans can watch all of the NFL playoff games with one of the city’s largest TVs (at 32 feet) while a live DJ spins tunes. The venue will be showing all NFL playoff games for the Divisional Weekend, including, of course, the Birds vs Giants game this Saturday at 8:15 p.m. 

Doors will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday morning (21+ beginning at 1 p.m.) with a cover, according to a release. At this time, table reservations are sold out for the Birds game, but there are still some limited tables available for the 4:30 p.m. playoff game and pre-game inside NBC Sports Arena and 1100 Social. 

Tables in Broad Street Bullies Pub and Victory Beer Hall area are first-come, first-served all day, and standing room is available in all venues. Tables can be reserved by emailing paula@xfinitylive.com.

 1100 Pattison Ave., xfinitylive.com

Owowcow Creamery

To celebrate the birds in the playoffs in a sweet way, Owowcow recently launched a new ice cream treat dubbed “The NEW Philly Special.” The handheld football shaped dessert boasts Owowcow’s handcrafted sweet honey cream ice cream, Dock Street Brewery Porter fudge, and layers of handmade soft pretzel cookie dough and dark chocolate. 

It retails for $8 apiece at all five Owowcow locations (Ottsville, PA; Wrightstown, PA; Easton, PA; Chalfont, PA; and Lambertville, NJ).

watch the Eagles in the playoffs


CO-OP Restaurant & Bar

Over in West Philly, CO-OP is celebrating every Philly sports team with a Game Day Happy Hour, and it’s one of the best ways to watch the Eagles in the playoffs. The open-air restaurant located at the corner of 33rd and Chestnut will host a slew of specials every time a local team plays — whether it’s the Phillies, Sixers, Flyers or the Birds. 

As a release states, the Game Day Happy Hour includes: Blistered Shishito Peppers ($12, accompanied by Lemon Vinaigrette), Green Garlic Hushpuppies ($10, said to be a must-try for any hushpuppy fan, served with Tarragon Mayo), Pork Rinds ($8, served with Sour Cream Dip), Fancy Fries ($10, spiced with CO-OP’s signature blend and served with aioli), and the CO-OP Party Mix ($5 popcorn mix seasoned with Old Bay).

The game-time snacks come hand-in-hand with drink specials as well. On game day, visitors can indulge in a $6 Citywide, plus select beers and well-mixed drinks ranging from $4 to $6. CO-OP is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch, with the bar serving from 4 to 10 p.m. 

watch the Eagles in the playoffs
CO-OPLex Nemchenko

20 S. 33rd St., coopphilly.com

Blessed in Distress Apparel

What better way to celebrate your team in the playoffs than by dressing to support them? Philadelphia sports fans can wear their tailgate and game-day apparel in a new way thanks to the newest clothing company in town, Blessed in Distress. The local South Philadelphia clothing line was created by Jennifer Basille in 2020, and the brand will now launch its new 2023 Collection and website on Jan. 21, right in time for the big game. 

The new lineup from the company includes highlights from three distinct and bold collections: Arch, Badge and Bell. The collections represent the featured patterns on the items such as the Liberty Bell (Bell), an Arch, or a unique badge, and of course, the colors of Philly’s favorite professional sports teams, including the Eagles. 

watch the Eagles in the playoffs
Blessed in DistressAllanah Richman


South Street

There is more than one way to celebrate and watch the Eagles in the playoffs — well, on South Street, there are 17 to be exact. A full list of participating specials and events happening to support the Birds is available online, but some highlights include: Wooly Mammoth offering discounted brews (think $12 Miller Lite Pitchers, $20 Miller Lite Buckets, $4 Yards Philly Pale Ale Drafts, $16 Yards Philly Pale Ale Pitchers and more) and $1 off all appetizer menu items. O’Neals will be having beer specials on all Budweiser products and Irish Gingers. 



If you’re planning to watch the Eagles in the playoffs from the comfort of your own home or headed to a watch party, local delivery service Gopuff has a few enticing options to help make your night that much more special. 

One limited-time offer comes in the form of a “Spread Eagles Formation Ice Cream”— an exclusive collab with Philly’s own 1-900-ICE-CREAM, made with cake batter ice cream, chocolate ganache ripples and peanut butter swirl for $12.99. Fans can also score Philly soft pretzels for $2.99 on Saturday and Sunday only.

And finally, Hello Donuts will be offering a new custom flavor each and every week through the Super Bowl, according to a release. Fans can opt for the Philly special (marble cheesecake flavored), The Sirriani (cannoli inspired), The Batman (Oreo cookies and cream) or The Link (mint chocolate chip) to ensure you’re game day ready. These donuts are available Saturdays and Sundays through Gopuff in 6 packs for $17.99.

watch the Eagles in the playoffs