The boroughs newest Pennsylvania-based brewery offers plenty of room and TVs—with the volume—throughout the reinvigorated space. Sip on a host of flagship brews including Chocolate Avenue Stout, Outta Focus Double IPA and Jolly Scot. Try small plates like handmade tater tots, bacon-wrapped poppers or coal-cracker perogies to keep the home team energy up.
142 E. Market St., West Chester.
This family-friendly pub in the center of Media touts a casual menu of deviled eggs, mussels, brick-oven crab dip, plus creative salads, sandwiches and a slew of signature brick-oven-fired pizzas. Sips are equally sumptuous and include a list of elevated craft cocktails like the Whiskey Sour and Speakeasy. Not being a typical sports bar, seats are coveted, especially when patrons are cheering on the Eagles.
26 W. State St., Media.
Go big or go home in this massive 9,000-square-foot contemporary bistro-pub with 14 flat-screen TVs and state-of-the-art sound. Ninety taps will be pouring all your favorite local and global lagers, Belgians, IPAs, stouts and porters, as well as some impressive ciders. Casual munchables with a twist include pretzel bites, fried pickles, buffalo shrimp and smoked wings. Soups, fresh salads and burgers round out the extensive menu.
220 Main St., King of Prussia.
Celebrate green fever with special limited-edition brews including Philly Special IPA, Foles Gold Pale Ale and Swoop Leaf IPA at most area Iron Hill locations. The menu will keep you satiated with a full selection of apps, shared plates, hearty soups, fresh salads and entrees that include favorites like salmon, crab cakes, baby back ribs and pan-roasted chicken. With daily specials as well as low-calorie, gluten free and kids selections, why not bring along an entire cheering section?
Under the new ownership of bartenders Joe and Anthony Spaniak, this reinvented location next to Wynnewood Lanes is bringing great service and a focused casual menu of Philly cheesesteak egg rolls, potato boats, wings and pizzas to the Main Line. Cheer the Eagles with $2.50 Miller Lite bottles and drafts, $3 house liquor drinks and $3 Yuengling 16 ounce specials. Watch plenty of football coverage on 13 TVs and enjoy arcade games at halftime.
2330 Haverford Ave., Ardmore.
This fan-favorite brewery will be showing the game on all six of its large screen TVs. Delve into an all-day nacho special in addition to the rest of the Latin-inspired menu with wings, street tacos and burgers.
642 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn.
Look for some winning in-house specials on Sunday with $4 PJW Copper Lager, $2.50 Miller Lite drafts and $2.50 Miller Lite and Miller High Life bottles. Catch all the action on surrounding walls of 56 TVs while enjoying a slew of wing options, loaded burgers and a few creative seasonal specials. A local DJ will be keeping the crowd going by playing through halftime.
4803 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square.
Watch the Eagles soar at this Exton Mall location. The brew menu taps offer seasonal favorites, IPAs, pale ales and a few sours and ciders. The food menu focuses on burgers and sandwiches, artisan pizzas and street tacos. Little ones can celebrate the football action with a great kids men. Bonus: If you wear your Eagles gear for the game, you can receive a free beer.
146 Exton Square Mall, Exton.
Owner Ron Inverso promises spirited surroundings and a few bar specials in honor of the Birds, including $2.50 Coors Light drafts and bottles. Signature ovals (oval-shaped oven-fired pizzas) will be going for $5.99 with choices that include sausage and pepperoncini, chicken pesto, and potato and bacon.
74 E. Uwchlan Ave., Exton.
Locally distilled craft cocktails using Brandywine Backroom Gin, Stateside Vodka and Manatawny Still Works Odd Fellows Gin, in addition to 24 taps, make this neighborhood watering hole a spirited place to watch the game. Eagles specials include $3 Sly Fox Pikeland Pils and buy-one-get-one wings. Other noshables include wild boar nachos, falafel and couscous salad, fish and chips and several tasty takes on tacos.
35 Paoli Plaza, Paoli.