Where to watch the Eagles bleed green in Philly

McGillin’s Old Ale House
J. Fusco for Visit Philly

Fly Eagles Fly—and you can watch them do just that at some of these top local spots. 

McGillin’s Olde Ale House

An old favorite and a staple in the Philadelphia bar scene, McGillan’s offers prime viewing opportunities for the Philadelphia Eagles games. With high-def and projector screen TVs, this Center City staple will showcase each and every game while also operating with a few specials. For one, the 2022-23 SuperMug will be available for $5 and gets you $2 refills Bud Light every Eagles game, all season long. The Touchdown Tea specialty cocktail on the other hand boasts Crown Royal, peach schnapps, fresh brewed iced tea and lemonade for $7. Other specials available at McGillan’s include Jameson and Absolut drinks for $6.75, and an “Iggletini” made with Smirnoff Vanilla Vodka, green creme de menthe, cream and a green sugar rim for $10. 

1310 Drury St., mcgillins.com

Sports & Social

Located inside South Philly’s Live! Casino & Hotel, it’s no surprise that Sports & Social has quickly become known as a hub for all things Eagles and football. For games, there are plenty of viewing opportunities for football fans (such as a 4k media wall, 52′ LED display and 24 TVs throughout the bar) while sitting in booths, high-tops or bar seats. There are also S&S tailgate packages with different food and beverage options available (think beer towers, wings and a smattering of other finger food options), and gamblers will also be able to check out the region’s first FANDUEL Sportsbook and Lounge while there. And lastly, post-game, everyone present can enjoy $1 off Bud Lights for every touchdown the Eagles score, win or lose. 

Sports & Social

900 Packer Ave., philadelphia.livecasinohotel.com

Parx Casino Sportsbook and Liberty Bell Beer Garden

As if game watching wasn’t already big enough, Parx Casino has made it even bigger—Philadelphians can now watch the Birds play every week on the country’s first 155 foot TV screen. Parx’s Sportsbook features a 7,400 square foot space that boasts a 155 foot HD media wall that can show up to 36 games all at the same time. Additionally, the space features 196 seats, three VIP areas, plus a 38’ x 14’ bar with 38 seats. Also at the casino, visitors can check out Parx’s Liberty Bell Beer Garden in the giant indoor-outdoor area filled with glass ceiling panels and retracting side walls. The space features a rotating selection of all-American craft beers, wines, and specialty cocktails, chef-inspired dishes and pub fare, fire pits, two giant LED TV walls and even a sports-betting kiosks for those who want to place a wager.

2999 Street Road, parxcasino.com

City Works Eatery & Pour House

For those looking to watch football in the suburbs, City Works in King of Prussia has a few reasons for Philadelphians to head to their establishment. With 14 TVs ( and also 90 beers if we’re throwing in numbers), the venue has plenty of prime-time viewing. City Works will also boast a full menu of game-day eats such as buffalo chicken dip, smoked chicken wings and a loaded baked potato flat bread among some of the highlighter options. 

And if you needed more incentive to head to the King of Prussia venue, the establishment is also celebrating September as National Chicken Month. According to a release, centered around Rebel’s mouth-watering hot chicken sauce, locals can enjoy the twists on the classic taste of Nashville with signature creations including the Rebel’s Inferno Fried Chicken Sandwich and the Rebel’s Spicy Mac N Cheese throughout the month of September. 

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220 Main St, King of Prussia, cityworksrestaurant.com