Where to Catch the NFC Championship Game

By Michelle Probola | January 17, 2018 | Lifestyle

The city of Philadelphia is still on cloud nine after last Saturday when our Philadelphia Eagles beat the Atlanta Falcons, but the fight is not over! This Sunday, the boys will host the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game, the winner of which will head to Super Bowl LII on February 4. Not sure where to watch the big game? Below we list 4 of our favorite places hosting viewing parties and tons of specials. Talk about a Sunday Funday!


Cinder Copper & Lace

One of the city’s newest restaurants, Cinder Copper & Lace is the perfect place to spend football Sunday. With specials for both the AFC and NFC championship games, you can post of at this Rittenhouse eatery all day long. In addition to the game, guests can celebrate Local IPA Day with an array of hoppy pints such as Troegs Nugget Nectar, Funk Silent Disco, or Pizza Boy Echo Puncher. 1500 Locust St., 267-761-5582

BRU Craft & Wurst

The authentic German eatery invites you to their Midtown Village location to watch the game on one of their 10 giant, HD-flat screen TVs. If that’s not big enough for you, they will also have a wall-sized projection screen broadcasting the game for all to see. In addition to three types of nachos and chicken wings, guests can also munch on a variety of cheesesteaks as they root for their boys in green. If the classic rib eye isn’t sparking your interest, try a lamb cheesesteak complete with crispy pulled lamb, peppadew relish, Munster cheese, and shredded romaine. 1318 Chestnut St., 215-800-1079.

Mad Rex Restaurant

Fishtown’s newest restaurant, bar, and lounge will show the game on the restaurants over-sized HD TVs while offering $3 drafts and one complimentary order of loaded fries per party. All of their delicious burgers will come with a free draft of Mad Rex IPA on the house. Better root loud, because every time the Eagles score a goal, everyone will get a flaming eagles shot, on the house! 1000 Frankford Ave., St. 1, 267-773-7566.

The Little Lion

Head to Little Lion’s upstairs bar 30-mins before kick-off for all the action. Southern poutine, spicy dry rub wings, and BBQ Chicken Sliders are amongst the mouthwatering game day specials. Lager drafts will be available for $3 each and the lion burger, which features aged white cheddar, smoked bacon, pickled red onion, pimento cheese, butter lettuce, and an heirloom tomato on a sesame see brioche, will be available for order during Justin Timberlake’s half time performance. 243 Chestnut St., 267-273-0688

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