Where to Watch Super Bowl LVIII Around the Main Line

Watch the 49ers take on the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVIII at these local bars and restaurants around the Main Line.

Gather with friends and family and enjoy craft beers or classic wings at these local joints, or enjoy an entree in a more intimate setting. The Main Line area offers options for everyone this weekend. With wings, pizza, game-day specials and, of course, plenty of big screens, these spots have everything you need to savor Super Bowl Sunday.

Barnaby’s West Chester

15 S High St., West Chester

Join other football fans at this local spot, where you’ll find daily specials and delicious game-time eats. Barnaby’s is also accepting orders for takeout wings during the Super Bowl.

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Brick and Brew

26 W. State St., Media

 

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This family-friendly pub in the center of Media touts a casual menu of deviled eggs, fried pickles and crab dip, plus creative salads, sandwiches and a slew of signature hand-tossed pizzas. Sips are equally sumptuous and include a list of elevated craft cocktails like the whiskey sour and speakeasy. Seats are coveted at this atypical sports bar.

City Works

220 Main St., King of Prussia

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. Located in King of Prussia Town Center, City Works is home to one of the area’s largest beer menus, with 90 beers and eight wines on tap, highlighting over 30 local breweries. Casual munchables with a twist include pretzel bites, fried pickles, buffalo shrimp and smoked wings. 

Craft Beer Store Springfield

35 Baltimore Pke., Springfield

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With possibly the most extensive beer list anywhere in southwestern Pennsylvania, Craft Beer Store is a prime watering hole for lovers of brewing with over 700 options. Every Sunday, the store serves $5 draft beers until 4 p.m. for a Super Bowl pregame.

Flanigan’s Boathouse

113 Fayette St., Conshohocken

This Conshohocken staple boasts award-winning wings and 38 beers on tap, along with starters, wraps and more. TVs throughout the bar and restaurant offer plenty of spots to catch the game. 

Flip and Bailey’s

900 Conestoga Rd., Bryn Mawr

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Enjoy a cheesesteak at this Bryn Mawr destination while enjoying the selection of 25 beers, and watch the game on one of the 20-plus screens.

KOP Grill and Tavern

128 Town Center Rd., King of Prussia

KOP Grill and Tavern has become a fan favorite for game-day eats like sliders, nachos and wings. Buckets of domestic bottles or seltzers are available to share with your table.

La Cabra Brewing

642 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn

This fan-favorite brewery will be showing the game on all six of its large-screen TVs. Delve into shrimp tacos and wings in addition to the rest of the Latin-inspired menu.

Iron Hill Brewery

Ardmore, Exton, Lancaster, Media, Newtown, Phoenixville, West Chester

The menu will keep you satiated during the entire game with a full selection of apps, shared plates, hearty soups, fresh salads and entrees that include favorites like schnitzel, fish and chips, rib stroganoff and pork chops. With daily specials as well as low-calorie, gluten-free and kids’ selections, why not bring along an entire cheering section?

McSorley’s Ale House

2330 Haverford Rd., Ardmore

You’ll find plenty of TVs at this family-owned Ardmore hotspot, ensuring you don’t miss a single touchdown. Pool tables and arcade-style games combined with a lengthy beer list and famous wings guarantee a good time.

Off the Rail

109 W State St., Media

Media’s only rooftop bar is back after winter renovations. Off the Rail’s cheesesteak egg rolls, pretzel bites and mozzarella sticks are sure to get you in the mood for the game while handhelds like the chicken parm, BLT and house-made cheesesteak are a touchdown.

P.J. Whelihan’s

Downingtown, Malvern, Newtown Square, West Chester

Catch all the action on surrounding walls of dozens of TVs while enjoying a slew of wing options, loaded burgers and a few creative seasonal specials. PJ Whelihan’s appeases sports fans with 54 HD TVs, 48 beers on tap, and two separate bars from which to choose.

Rec Room by Conshohocken Brewing Co.

230 Bridge St., Phoenixville

The Rec Room has everything you need for the big day, with its unique lineup of beers, such as the seasonal Two Hour Delay or Philly Vice Blueberry. Don’t miss family entertainment either, with ping pong tables, shuffleboard tables and a foosball table.

Ron’s Original Bar & Grille

74 E. Uwchlan Ave., Exton

Owner Ron Inverso promises spirited surroundings and food prepared with care. Signature ovals (oval-shaped oven-fired pizzas) with choices that include sausage and pepperoncini amd chicken pesto as well as potato and bacon are $12 or less.

Tap 24

36 W State St., Media

Weekly drink specials make this joint a favorite among local sports fans. Tap 24 also has several notable menu options including popcorn shrimp, chicken quesadillas and wings.

Timothy’s

120 Eagleview Blvd., Exton

With an extensive menu of tasty dishes, Timothy’s is sure to please everyone in your party. Check out the buffalo chicken dip, baby back ribs or build-your-own burger.

The Crossbar

2225 East Darby Rd., Havertown

 

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This cozy sports bar provides the perfect atmosphere to settle in and watch the game. The Crossbar is an ideal stop if you want more than just wings this Super Bowl Sunday—though don’t fear, it has plenty of wings as well—with tacos, nachos and sliders all on the menu.

TJ’s Restaurant and Drinkery

35 Paoli Plz., Paoli

Locally distilled craft cocktails and 38 taps make this neighborhood watering hole a spirited place to watch the game. Apps like Wilfredo’s guacamole, short rib poutine and bangin’ shrimp are sure to get you cheering. Other menu options include guajillo pork nachos, falafel and couscous salad, fish and chips and several tasty takes on tacos.

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