Where You Should Watch the Eagles Game This Sunday

By Shruti Rajkumar | October 16, 2020 | Culture Food & Drink


It’s official—the Linc is back, and tickets are for sale. But if you’re not comfortable with returning to the stadium just yet, here’s a few ways to watch the 2017 Super Bowl Winners with the added bonus of game day specials.

Devil’s Alley Bar and Grill

Devil’s Alley Bar and Grill on Chestnut Street is the place to be for a football game thanks to its urban setting and menu filled with comfort food like burgers and chicken wings. Grab your friends and enjoy a $3 Lager or one of the featured draft beers as part of their Philly Special during all home games.

McGillin’s Olde Ale House

Olde Ale House, the oldest continuously running tavern in Philly, has had numerous people walk through its doors since opening in 1860, and now it houses locals for sporting events in its prime Center City location. Take a seat in their outdoor seating area and watch the game on one of their two flatscreen TV’s; or head inside for plexiglass screened tables and projector-screen TVs.

Field House

With a full bar and specials, five different sound zones and over 35 HDTV’S, Field House creates a buzzing atmosphere and nightlife that draws in crowds for sports games. This Market Street pub-style sports bar caters to every sports fan, whether you’re having a beer alone or with your friends. On Mondays and Thursdays, Field House is offering game night specials that feature $10 pizzas and $4 cans. Thursday nights will also include over 15 free arcade games. It’s a night you don’t want to miss.

Evil Genius Beer Company

Located on North Front Street, Evil Genius Beer Company is an industrial-chic brewery that, with its wide selection of beers and tap options paired with small bites, makes for a great place to sit back with your friends and watch the game. With a game day package, you can get tokens for beer samplings, two tubs of pretzel bites with mustard and Game Day Hoagies with chips.

Morgan’s Pier

Morgan’s Pier, which overlooks the Delaware River, is a hotspot for Philly locals with daily entertainment provided all season. Head over to Morgan’s Pier with your friends and take advantage of their $75 per person deal during the Eagles season. Enjoy prime TV viewing, an open bar package—including mixed drinks, beer, wine and soda—and wings with homemade onion dip, all of which is available 30 minutes before and after the game.

Yards Brewing Company

What started as a small garage-sized operation by two college friends in the 80’s evolved into an established brewery in Northern Liberties in 2007. This local brewery offers brewers, bottled, canned and kegged beers for local and is now appealing to Eagles fans with special game day deals. Take a seat under the 4,000 square feet beer garden decorated tent with your friends and enjoy the $45 per person game day menu, which comes with a fresh hot pretzel, one full-sized entree and an open bar.

Goose Island Brewery

The origins of Goose Island Brewery date back to 1988, when founder John Hall traveled across Europe and got a taste for the different styles and flavors of beer. This inspired him to create his own brew, and later create his own business. Fishtown’s Goose Island Brewery is bringing the table tailgating fun to you with their Eagles Game Day Tailgates. During every Eagles game this season, you can get four drink tickets and rounds of appetizers and snacks all throughout the game. Select from dozens of draft beers and snack on traditional brewpub fare as you cheer on the Eagles with friends.

Borgata Beer Garden

From a 40 foot wide LED video wall to six betting windows, Atlantic City’s Borgata Beer Garden promises an exciting night of sports. Head over to this new sports venue and select from the menu full of American favorites, as well as new game day bites like buffalo wings and Bavarian Pretzels. Join your friends and watch the game on their 10 feet wide LED screens.

Photography by: Courtesy of Visit Philadelphia Media Center