If you’re a die hard Philly fan, you know you’ve got to hit the bars to eat great food and beers! Lucky for you, we have well-known places around the city that you’ll want to set as your new sports bar destination.
1.Chickie’s & Pete’s
Chickie’s and Pete’s in the #1 spot fo anyone who loves being surrounded by sports fans, beer, and crab fries!
“These guys know what they are doing and it runs like clockwork. Very personable staff, good food and a great sports bar ambiance.”- Maria C.
-4010 Robbins Ave, Philadelphia, PA
-1526 Packer Ave, Philadelphia, PA
-11000 Roosevelt Blvd, Philadelphia, PA
-Airport Terminal E, 8500 Essington Ave, Philadelphia, PA
Cavanaugh’s brings Philly fans leaving with a belly full of good food and beer at a reasonable price in the Rittenhouse area.
“We came here with a large group and the staff were super cool. We kept ordering up shots and drinks all night long. Discovered they had one of my new favorite beers, Golden Monkey and I was in love. Great low key spot for a great night out on the town.”- Mitch E.
-1823 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
The luck of the Irish found a bar in Fishtown. Small, friendly, and great Italian food (ironic, we know) that is great for any sports event.
“It’s really small but I liked the music they played and it was very cozy. A fun place to watch a football game. Listen to some good music and relax.”- Amie R.
-202 E Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA
4.Good Dog Bar
Visit during happy hours for $1 off drinks and pictures of cute dogs on the wall. Go before you get caught during busy hours!
” Drinks were a little pricey but good and varied. [The] food was high quality, delicious, and quick. The music was fun – 80s, the basketball game was on, and there were bizarre games to play on the third floor. The decor is also precious – it’s pictures of good dogs.”- Katie S.
-224 S 15th St, Philadelphia, PA
5.City Tap House
Extensive draft selection, fantastic pizza, and spacious room and what City Tap House is known for.
“The restaurant is huge. There are televisions everywhere, allowing us to watch the fighting Phils beat the Atlanta tomahawk choppers. It has a lively, energetic and fun vibe. All toilets are unisex and private with shared sinks. Here we all can get along.”- Tom E.
-2 Logan Square, Philadelphia, PA
-39th and Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA