Where to watch, eat and drink this Sunday:
3945 Chestnut St., 215-222-1657
Leave the nachos to Jose Garces this weekend. At Distrito, they’re serving up “endless” eats while you watch the game (6 p.m. to 9 p.m.) on three screens downstairs in the Cantina. For $25, you’ve got four varieties of tacos and two nacho creations headed your way for the entire game, plus all the fixings and $2 Dos Equis drafts.
McGillin’s Olde Ale House
1310 Drury St., 215-735-5562
It’s almost St. Paddy’s Day season at McGillin’s, but they managed to find some time to party for the Super Bowl. Start off early with $3.75 pints of McGillin’s Ale and Lager; $3 Bloody Marys, Bilinis and Mimosas; and $2 pints of PBR from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Then, it’s $6 pitchers of Yuengling after 6 p.m. for the game.
1150 Filbert St., 215-629-1520,
Host your party at Field House — they’ll hook up the specials when you book a table with your group.
1201 Market St., 215-625-2900
Not only are there screens above the bar, but booths are equipped with private TVs so you don’t miss a play at Thirteen. Specials include $3 select drafts and twists on classic game-day fare (steak chili, chili nachos and a cheese steak hoagie pizza that we’re almost afraid of).
Chickie’s and Pete’s
You better believe these guys are going big — check out the website for each location’s specials and party packages. Want to get in on the gaming? Their South Philly outpost’s “VIP Super Box” deal ($125) will score your group a Play2 entertainment pod for the game.
900 South St., 215-625-8510
If you’re hosting game day, Percy Street Barbecue is offering 20 percent off all take-out orders. And no offense to your secret recipe ribs, but Erin O’Shea does them better. Promise.
928 South St., 215-592-8180
The “Supper Bowl” take-out specials include their game-friendly specialties: bacon-wrapped hot dogs, birch beer-glazed wings and barbecued pork rinds.