With the Eagles dominating the season thus far, you may be looking for the top sports bars in Philadelphia to watch the games.

Sometimes it’s not enough to spend your Sunday on the couch. Sometimes, when the team is good, you want to watch amongst many other rowdy Philly fans with a pitcher of beer in front of you. You want good food and drink, not made by you, for once.

That’s what sports bars are for! Your kind surrounds you, each excited about the same thing at once. Jalen Hurts floats a pass 51 yards to A.J. Brown in the end zone. The entire bar goes wild. Jake Elliott attempts and MAKES a 61-yard field goal. The drinks start flowing if they weren’t already. Big Play Slay intercepts the ball, running it back 30 yards for a game-winning Pick 6. The bar breaks out in the fight song, with a subsequent “E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES!” chant.

It’s not enough to celebrate those big plays at home sometimes. You want to be with other fans, cheering in a beautiful, harmonious collective. That’s what being a Philadelphia fan is all about. So, have we sold you on watching games at a sports bar? Or, did you not even need to be sold?

Whatever the answer is, we know that now, you’re likely enticed to find a sports bar where you can watch next Sunday’s game. We have you covered. this is strictly based on my personal opinion, as well as deals I’ve taken advantage of! So here ya go…

Here are the top sports bars in Philadelphia to watch Eagles games:

  • McGillin's Olde Ale House

    This one is a no-brainer. Not only is it one of Philly’s oldest bars, it’s also a notable place to watch the game. There are plenty of TVs inside, including a high-definition projector. So, there’s really not a bad seat in the house at McGillin’s. Fans can purchase an Eagles Super Mug for $5 and get $2 refills of Bud Light every game all season long; there are always additional specials, too.

  • Xfinity Live!

    Again, you knew this one. But we had to include it. I mean, even PLAYERS party at Xfinity Live! You gotta go for a game at least once in your lifetime as a Philly sports fan.

  • Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse

    Don’t count Cav’s out. It fulfills a key requirement for game-day viewing: wherever you are, you can see a screen (and they’re high enough up that crowds at the bar won’t disturb your sightline). They have 24 TVs and an 11-foot-high media wall. Sunday goes big with five-can buckets ($20 for Bud Light), giveaways, and DJ entertainment during commercial breaks. Try the Go Birds Bloody Maria made with St. George’s green-chile vodka, house-made tomatillo mix, and garnished with celery, pickle, and jalapeño. You can even make game-day reservations on their website.

  • Mifflin Tavern

    Around the corner from Mifflin Tavern, you’ll find a shrine to the most iconic play in Birds history. The “Philly Philly” mural, complete with all the X’s and O’s that ended with Nick Foles waltzing into the end zone in Super Bowl LII, is a three-story reminder of the last time the Lombardi Trophy made its way down Broad Street. After paying your respects, walk around the corner to Mifflin Tavern, order the Fly Eagles Fly cocktail, and watch the game with hopes of a new mural soon.

  • Craft Hall

    This is a family-friendly spot, which is a rare find! Craft Hall is lined with TV screens for watching the game. The place is located inside a 35,000-square-foot warehouse, so there isn’t a square foot in the joint where you can’t see a TV. They have a massive pirate-ship playground, old-school Nintendo games, and tabletop shuffleboard. Game-day specials include the $60 Game Day Board that’s loaded with enough goodies for three to four people.

  • Founding Fathers Sports Bar

    AMERICA! RAHHHH! (That was supposed to be an eagle screech…) Founding Fathers on South Street is named after the most notable part of Philadelphia’s history. The fact that we basically birthed the whole dang country. So, if you’re feeling hella patriotic and ready to watch The Birds dominate, head over to this game-day staple. With more than a dozen TVs lining the walls, and 20 different draft lines for a great beer selection, you’ll have a good game day here. Their special Philly Mule adds Midori to the traditional ginger-lime drink.

Sign me up for the 102.9 WMGK At Work Network email newsletter!

Join WMGK's At Work Network and get the latest rock news, exclusive presales, contests and more straight to you inbox.

*
*
By clicking "Subscribe" I agree to the website's terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand I can unsubscribe at any time.