Where to watch the Eagles in Philadelphia for the 23-24 season

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BRU Craft & Wurst

It’s time to bleed green and cheer for the Birds. Here are the best spots watch the Eagles in Philadelphia for the 23-24 season. 


This Center City sports bar is a popular spot for most of the teams here, and for good reason. Apart from having plenty of viewing space, Trademan’s also consistently offers themed food and drinks specials, and for the Eagles this year, offerings will include a six-foot-long giant cheesesteak for the table ($90) a Bird Gang Burger ($17), smoked wings ($15) and more. 

Bar-wise, options span some Eagles and Penn State specials with highlighted picks including a Penn Stateside Bucket (5 seltzers) for $40, or themed cocktails like “That Kelly Jawn.” 

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1322 Chestnut St., craftconceptsgroup.com

BRU Craft & Wurst

If you know Trademan’s, then you likely know its Center City counterpart, BRU Craft & Wurst, and this German-themed spot knows how to bleed green as well. On top of some Oktoberfest happenings at this hotspot, Philly fans can also find specific Eagles specials spanning $8 pierogies, $8 sandwiches, a $50 Game Day Plate option, plus $5 drafts, $8 shots and more. 

1318 Chestnut St., bruphilly.com

Vesper Center City

Vesper is ringing in this football season with the return of Spiked Sundays (and this activation will run on Thursdays and Mondays when the Birds play.) As a release states, there is no cover charge to get in, and Vesper will be showing all locally broadcasted games on the 36 65-inch televisions, including three four-panel big screens on all three floors. 

All games will feature Vesper’s signature Spiked menu, which spans options like the Hurts Burger and Hunnie’s Chicken Sandwiches. Party trays are available for parties of four or more, and while there, fans can also look out for special promotions, guest appearances, giveaways, and more all-season-long. Reservations are available through Open Table, while bar and standing room is first come, first served. 

223 S. Sydenham St., vespersportsclub.com

Brooklyn Bowl

Why not watch and bowl at the same time? While the Birds play, Philadelphians can head to Brooklyn Bowl for free admission and also food and drink specials. 

Food specials span $3 tater tots, $6 mac & cheese bites, $6 pretzel bites (served with cheese or mustard) and $10 chick’n tots, while drink specials include $5 Twisted Tea, Twisted Tea Light, Miller Lite, Miller High Life and Truly Cans, $7 Dogfish Head Drafts, and $12 Frozen Draft Margarita’s with Patron. 

1009 Canal St., brooklynbowl.com

Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse and Headhouse Square

When Cav’s Rittenhouse updated their space, they also expanded viewing options to watch the Eagles play in Philadelphia with 24 televisions and an eleven-foot high-resolution big screen wall. Game-day specials include $4 Michelob Ultra drafts and $20 Bud Light buckets (5 cans), plus the Go Birds Bloody Maria among some food specials. 

And college football fans are also in luck with themed specials on Saturdays. The venue is additionally hosting parties for Alumni of a few different universities (check out their site for more info.) Additionally, Cav’s Headhouse Square will be serving up their own specials as well, which fans can more info about online. 

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Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse

1921 Sansom St., cavsrittenhouse.com

Founding Fathers Sports Bar & Grill

If finding a spot to watch the Eagles in Philadelphia leads you to South Street, there’s one place that is always a fan favorite. Founding Fathers will be showing the game both inside and outside (when weather permitting) while also serving up some specials. Offerings for game days span colossal shrimp tacos, house-made buffalo chicken spring rolls, $8 Kelly Green shots, a Philly Mule, short rib chili and more. 

1612 South St., foundingfathersbar.com

Brewerytown Food Hall

Brewerytown Food Hall is a great option if you have a group with wildly different tastebuds because this venue is home to multiple ghost kitchens of Glu Hospitality venues. For Birds games specifically, Philadelphians can find $10 Miller Lite pitchers, $5, Green Tea Shots and City Wides, green chimichurri wings, kitchen sink nachos, a snack platter and much more. 

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Brewerytown Food Hall

1363 N. 31st St., btownfoodhall.com

Figo Ristorante 

While here, fans can catch the game in Northern Liberties inside the bar, dining room and covered patio with specials spanning a pizza & wing menu combo ($30-$62 for dine-in and take-out) and drink specials including $4 Bored & Tipsy Teas, $10 Michelob Ultra Pitchers, $4 Bud Lite Bottles and more. 

1033 N 2nd St., figoitalian.com

Chickie’s & Pete’s

Looking for places to watch the Eagles in Philadelphia? This spot is a no-brainer when it comes to wondering where to watch the Eagles in Philadelphia. As a release states, on top of food and drinks specials, Chickie’s & Pete’s will also host Bud Light Eagles Pep Rallies throughout the season featuring current Eagles players, cheerleaders,  and a pep band, plus Bud Light specials every Thursday, Sunday, and Monday at all locations. 

Sportsradio 94 WIP will broadcast live every Monday from the flagship location in South Philadelphia beginning at 2 p.m. with Eagles Alum Ike Reese and Jon Marks, then at 6 p.m., Eagles DE Brandon Graham will host ‘The Brandon Graham Show’ presented by Miller Lite. At 7 p.m., Eagles Alums Hugh Douglas and Ike Reese will then host the Chickie’s and Pete’s Players Lounge with a rotating cast of current Eagles players.

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Chickie’s and Pete’s

1526 Packer Ave., chickiesandpetes.com