You won’t want to miss out on the celebration at Appetites on Main. Enjoy a tailgate party from 2-6 p.m., followed by a viewing party complete with menu specials. Look forward to $2.50 Coors Light pints or $8 Coors Light pitchers, $2 green Jell-O shots, $5 specialty cocktails and $10 super “fish” bowls. Plus, half-priced wings, nachos, bacon cheese fries and buffalo chicken dip, $4 cheesesteak egg rolls, $6 cheesesteaks, $7 South Exton or pork Italiano, hot dogs and hoagies. Bar seating is first come, first served, but reservations are available for the back room.
286 Main St., Exton, (610) 594-2030.
This Thorndale favorite is partying all day long with half-priced wings, $3 Miller Lites, $1 Jell-O shots, and $6 Tito underdog drinks (Tito’s Handmade Vodka, blue curacao, pineapple and club soda) served with an underdog mask. Plus, the game will be screened on 65- and 75-inch TVs.
300 N. Bailey Road, Thorndale, (484) 786-9008.
Starting at kick off, the Grog is offering an open bar for $40. Not only can you sip on an impressive craft beer selection and cocktails, but you can also indulge in avocado fries, Wisconsin fried curds, nachos, skillet macaroni and cheese, Guinness beef stew, burgers, pastas, beer battered fish and chips, and more.
863 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 527-5870.
This Sunday at Liberty Union, sip on a variety of craft beers and enjoy a free halftime wing bar. If you’ve got a big crew, consider reserving a semiprivate room, which includes food and beverages for up to 25 guests.
325 Simpson Drive, Chester Springs, (484) 359-4061; 519 Kimberton Road, Phoenixville, (484) 927-4244.
Manayunk Brewery’s Big Game Eagles Bash includes an open bar and food buffet, but tickets are required. For $39.50, you can enjoy a three-hour open bar and an extensive buffet, complete with assorted stone oven-fired pizzas, a cheesesteak and slider bar, hoagies, a pasta station, wings, and a crudité and salad station. There will also be swag giveaways throughout the game. Doors open at 5 p.m.
4120 Main St., Philadelphia, (215) 482-8220.
Stop by Paladar before kickoff for happy hour specials from 4-6:30 p.m. Depending on the final score, you can receive a great discount off your tab when you stay for the whole game. Discounts can’t exceed 50 percent, but that doesn’t mean the score won’t.
250 Main St., King of Prussia, (484) 965-9779.
Need a classic Pennsylvania beer to whet your appetite? Pinocchio’s will be serving $1.50 pints of Yuengling Lager, plus $1 hot dogs. The menu includes more than 25 draft beers, chicken cordon bleu bites, soft pretzels, jalapeño poppers, stromboli, hoagies, sandwiches, pastas and hand-tossed pizzas. But sure to try the Philly cheesesteak gourmet pizza.
131 E. Baltimore Ave., Media, (610) 566-7767.
Courtesy of PJ Whelihan’s.
With over 40 large screen TVs at locations in Downingtown, Malvern, Newtown Square and West Chester, PJ Whelihan’s is the place to be, especially if you like wings. For $52, you’ll get 52 wings (take out or eat in) smothered in the sauce of your choice: hot ‘n honey, mild, hot, honey barbecue, sweet chili, garlic parmesan, inferno, ghost pepper, Mexican garlic, chipotle barbecue, kickin’ Korean or copper lager. Eagles Green Miller Lite is $2.50, and green underdog shots (vodka, curaçao and orange juice) are $4, or $1 with each Birds touchdown.
This West Chester hotspot is kicking off the weekend with a pep rally on Feb. 3, from 12-5 p.m. Stop in for $1 hot dogs, $5 Miller Lite pitchers and swag giveaways. Head back on game day because starting at 11 a.m., you can party with half-priced wings, $5 Miller Lite pitchers, $6 Yuengling pitchers, and the chance to win an Eagles jersey or a Miller Lite charcoal grill.
40 E. Market St., West Chester, (484) 631-0241.
Rec Room is hosting a watch party for the big day, complete with $1 hot dogs and $3 Puddlers Row ESB pints. The free raffle offers chances to win Conshohocken Brewing gear and Eagles prizes. Prefer to watch the game at home? All Conshohocken Brewery locations will offer half off all 64-ounce growlers on Sunday. With five pingpong tables, four shuffleboard tables and a foosball table, the Rec Room is the perfect place to bring your kids so they can play while you cheer.
230 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-8624.
For $65 per person, you’ll have access to an open craft beer and Bucks County’s own Faber Distilling Co. mixed drinks bar, plus a dinner buffet at halftime featuring classic Philly favorites: roast pork and broccoli rabe, cheesesteaks, an Italian hoagie bowl made with Amoroso’s rolls, “Pats Suck” pasta (blackened chicken, long hots and Philly cream cheese sauce) and Candy Cake cupcakes for dessert. The party begins at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 11 p.m.
570 Wellington Square, Exton, (610) 458-2337.
Looking for drink specials while you watch our beloved Eagles? 320 Market Café in Media has all your thirst needs covered with $3 craft cans, $4 well drinks and $5 sangrias for the big game. There will also be $5 small bites and more food specials to drool over, including the Win Wit It Burger, a unique must-try with its green-glazed donut bun.
211 W. State St., Media, (610) 565-8320.
Drexelbrook’s beer garden, Street Light, will be celebrating the Eagles Super Bowl run from the comfort of its grand ballroom. Watch the big game on two huge screens and enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet and open bar.
4700 Drexelbrook Drive, Drexel Hill, (610) 259-7000.
4700 Drexelbrook Drive, Drexel Hill, (610) 259-7000.