Where to watch the Super Bowl in Philly

watch the Super Bowl in Philly
The Cresson Inn will be offering themed specials for Super Bowl Sunday.
The Cresson Inn

It’s time to bleed green. Here is where to celebrate the Eagles and watch the Super Bowl in Philly in 2023. 

South Bowl

South Bowl is a destination in itself with bowling alleys, arcade games, a full bar and the Yard (open when the weather is nice) with batting cages and more. For Super Bowl Sunday however, the venue will host a ticketed event ($100) featuring draft beer and sangria from 6 p.m. until the 2-minute warning, an open buffet (think pizza, wings, salad, mac & cheese) from kick-off until the 3rd quarter, plus bowling and shoe rentals with each group guaranteed at least one game. 

Groups of 6 or less can buy tickets online, and you must be 21 or older to enter. 

watch the Super Bowl in Philly

19 E Oregon Ave., southbowlphilly.com

The GOAT Rittenhouse

The GOAT will be playing the Birds game on all of the venue’s TVs while offering specials—which come in the form of $5 Jameson shots, $8 Malibu Mojitos, $11 Palomas, $11 Orange Crushes and $13 Mules. 

 1907 Sansom St., thegoatrittenhouse.com

Xfinity Live!

If you tried to score tickets to Xfinity’s festivities, they’ve just added some more options to watch the Super Bowl in Philly. The venue’s indoor options are sold out, but there are still chances to purchase additional outdoor-only tickets featuring a pre-game party with DJ Pauly D and DJ N9NE. 

Doors open at 3 p.m. and attendees will enjoy one free Bud Light, food trucks (with pay-as-you-go food), outdoor bars, outdoor restrooms, picnic tables, and fire pits, a release states. The game will be played on a 34 ft LED screen, rain or shine. GA Outdoor Tailgate tickets start at $30 and will increase leading up to the event.

1100 Pattison Ave., xfinitylive.com

Loews Philadelphia Hotel 

Philadelphians can reserve an overnight suite for a party of up to 10 people at this Center City hotel. The viewing party package includes a local case of 24 beers, Lancaster buffalo chicken wings with accompaniments, plus Philly soft pretzel bites with multiple dipping sauces, and of course, free views of the city’s skyline. 

Prices range depending on what room you select. The game will also be shown on the big screen at the lounge at Bank & Bourbon with seating available on a first come first serve basis.

1200 Market St., loewshotels.com/philadelphia-hotel

The Cresson Inn

Eagles fans who want to watch the Super Bowl in Philly can head out to Manayunk to The Cresson Inn to indulge in green cocktails and food specials during their pre-game tailgate, which will continue all night until the end of the big game. 

Specials include the AJ Brown, aka a cheesesteak and beer combo (with your choice of PBR, Michelob Ultra or Budweiser) for $11, the Season Ending Special which boasts wings, fries and a pint of beer for $15, and the Kicker, which is a loaded hot dog for $4. Drink specials include the Devonta Smith (City-Wide) for $6, and the Hurts So Bad specialty shot for $5. 

Doors open at 9 a.m. this Sunday, and specials will start being offered at noon. 

114 Gay St., cressoninn.com

Frankford Hall

This Fishtown hotspot is offering a good old-fashioned watch party with no ticket or cover required. Birds fans who want to watch the Super Bowl in Philadelphia can head to the venue, which is offering seating on a first-come, first-serve basis with doors opening at noon.

While there, Philadelphians can indulge in an assortment of drafts, bottles and cans (German, American and specialty), beer cocktails, wine, plus food options which span potato pancakes, bratwurst, roasted chicken, German ravioli, a schnitzel sandwich and more. 

1210 Frankford Ave., frankfordhall.com

City Winery Philadelphia

For $50, fans can watch the Super Bowl in Philly with an open bar featuring beer, well drinks, and tap wine. There will also be a buffet serving up wings, roast beef, mac & cheese bites, buffalo bites and more.

990 Filbert St., citywinery.com

Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia

This South Philadelphia casino is offering multiple ways to watch the Super Bowl in Philly with more than 200 screens across the property, including a giant 52-foot LED display and a FanDuel Sportsbook and Lounge. 

At Sports & Social specifically, Birds fans can enjoy $5 Bud Lights and win special giveaway items such as signed memorabilia, rally towels, koozies, and foam fingers while watching on the 52-foot LED display and 24 big screen TVs. And as a release states, at the adjoining FanDuel Sportsbook & Lounge, visitors can place bets at kiosks or with a sportsbook representative then sit back and relax in  leather lounge chairs, surrounded by TVs showing all the action. 

Lastly, Philadelphians can check out The Prime Rib for a specialty cocktail where the establishment will be serving up an Eagles-inspired Green Martini made with watermelon liqueur, triple sec, vodka, lemon juice, simple syrup and garnished with a candied watermelon. 

900 Packer Ave., philadelphia.livecasinohotel.com