Join the other fanatics in Philadelphia for the Super Bowl. Whether you are rooting for your team or looking forward to the commercials, be sure to check out the city’s best sports bars. Guaranteed to have great specials and plenty of televisions, here are Philadelphia’s top spots to catch the Super Bowl.

Hours: Sun – Thurs 11 a.m. – 12 a.m.; Fri – Sat 11 a.m. – 1 a.m.

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Chickie’s & Pete’s is a small chain with only seven locations, but don’t let the small number fool you. The South Philly location is the largest with 24,000 square feet that features three large 14’ x 10’ flat screens along with a multitude of other TVs in easy viewing range from any seat. Throw in their signature crab fries and other tasty menu items, plenty of bars and servers, and this sports bar will be perfect for the Super Bowl.

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Known primarily as a sports bar, there are so many television screens here, you’ll feel like you’re at the game. There are plenty of choices of bar food, drinks and seats, but get there early because this Center City social gathering place attracts a crowd, especially on Super Bowl Sunday.

Hours: Mon – Sun 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.

Tucked away next to the Market East train station, this sports bar provides close proximity to public transportation. One unique feature is the four-seat booths that offer their own personal plasma TVs for close viewing.  If your party is more than four people, large tables accommodate up to 10 people, and still provide great seats for the huge screens on the walls. The food is typical bar food which includes nachos, chicken tenders and wings — what more could you ask for?

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Hours: Sat – Sun  Early for sports – 2 a.m.; Mon – Fri 11:30 a.m. – 2 a.m.

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Fado’s is a great place for Irish-style comfort food, hearty drink, good music, warm hospitality and a comfy setting with cozy fireplaces. Soccer is the featured sport on game days, but they still plan on showing the Super Bowl. Their TVs are generously placed throughout the bar so every seat is a good seat.

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Hours: Daily 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.

With weekly football specials, Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse is a terrific spot to catch your team. Grab a draft or a bottle of your favorite beer order up some of Cavanaugh’s Award Winning Buffalo Wings and enjoy the game. Boasting more than 20 TVs, be sure to join the other fanatics at Cavanaugh’s for the Super Bowl.

Cyndy Drue is a longtime radio and TV personality in Philadelphia. She lives in Center City. Visit her website at or check out her work here.

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