Order the lemon-scented hummus plate from Square 1682 for a twist on a game day favorite.
After weeks of fun-filled Sundays gathered around a big screen with plates of wings and pints of beer, football season ends with Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium this Sunday, February 2. If you aren’t trekking across the bridge to watch the game in person, see a few of our favorite local places to catch it.
Square 1682: Located in bustling Rittenhouse Square, this modern eatery is the perfect place to watch the big game. Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy Square’s coveted happy hour specials through the entire game (beginning at 4 p.m.), which means exclusively priced mixed cocktails; red, white, and sparkling wines; and bottled beers while watching every heart-pounding play. Chef Caitlin Mateo will also whip up Yards IPA-battered shrimp, bourbon BBQ pulled pork, lemon-scented hummus, and fingerling chips. 121 S. 17th St., 215-563-5008
10 Arts Bistro & Lounge: The Avenue of the Arts bistro offers happy hour specials throughout the game (starting at 6:30 p.m.). Guests can root for their favorite team while indulging in exclusively priced select wines, beers, and light bites. Beer buckets with six brews apiece plus two appetizers are going for $20. 10 Avenue of the Arts, Broad & Chestnut St., 215-523-8273
Lemon Hill: In light of the locally held Super Bowl, Lemon Hill presents a party menu featuring New England and New York-inspired fare. During the game, guests can expect football favorites like chili cheese dogs, wings, and flatbreads. Wash the delicious dishes down with specially priced Old Fashioneds and Old granddad shots. 747 N. 25th St., 215-232-2299