The Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in America

McGillin’s Olde Ale House, Philadelphia
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Local guides to the biggest game of the year, from San Francisco to Denver to Charlotte—and even to London. 

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Our picks for the top Super Bowl viewing spots in the City of Brotherly Love feature something everybody can cheer for—from private lounges to heaping plates of wings. In South Philly, iconic sports bar Chickie’s & Pete’s all-you-can eat Super Bowl Sunday package features a limited all-you-can-eat menu of their signature items—including their world-famous crab fries and snow crabs. Established in the late 19th-century, McGillin's is the oldest continuously operating tavern in town. If you order the SuperMug for $5, you’ll get refills of Bud Light throughout the entire game for a buck a pop. The Field House, in Center City, boasts more than 350 HDTVs and 40 local craft beers on tap; their Super Bowl package includes select beer and wings. The Gaslight gastropub has created gourmet party trays and Brauhaus Schmitz beer hall is throwing a party with pork rinds, roast beef, meatballs, wings, and all you can drink beer. —Megan Ritchie Jooste

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McGillin’s Olde Ale House, Philadelphia

The Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in America

Philadelphia

Our picks for the top Super Bowl viewing spots in the City of Brotherly Love feature something everybody can cheer for—from private lounges to heaping plates of wings. In South Philly, iconic sports bar Chickie’s & Pete’s all-you-can eat Super Bowl Sunday package features a limited all-you-can-eat menu of their signature items—including their world-famous crab fries and snow crabs. Established in the late 19th-century, McGillin's is the oldest continuously operating tavern in town. If you order the SuperMug for $5, you’ll get refills of Bud Light throughout the entire game for a buck a pop. The Field House, in Center City, boasts more than 350 HDTVs and 40 local craft beers on tap; their Super Bowl package includes select beer and wings. The Gaslight gastropub has created gourmet party trays and Brauhaus Schmitz beer hall is throwing a party with pork rinds, roast beef, meatballs, wings, and all you can drink beer. —Megan Ritchie Jooste

Want to know more? Read the full story here

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