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Photo Credit: Founding Fathers

Photo Credit: Founding Fathers

Founding Fathers
1612 South Street
Philadelphia, PA
267-519-0253
Reserve Your Spot For Your Superbowl Party

So your team didn’t quite make it as far as you’d hoped. They just couldn’t quite cut it. Or maybe they didn’t have enough balls to cheat… one of the two. Don’t be too down on yourself though; because one, believe it or not, you don’t actually have any control over your team’s performance; and two, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the big game this Sunday, even if you don’t really care who wins.

Besides, as you learned from your dear old dad (unless he was one of those sports tyrants) it’s not about winning or losing… It’s about the food!

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Here to help you celebrate this great sport and great eats is the recently opened, Founding Fathers. Last month owners Jon Adler and Sam Brouwer introduced Philadelphians to their new sports haven. And on Sunday Feb. 1, this daring duo is inviting you to throw your Super Bowl party in their sweet space.

13 big screen TV’s provide you with the ability to catch every pass, touch down and “wardrobe malfunction” no matter where you’re seated. To help keep you fully fueled, Al Anderson—previous of Johnny Brenda’s and South Philly Taproom—is cooking up scrumptulecent game day staples like wings (mild, jerk style, spicy Korean, or honey BBQ), Game Day Nachos (literally, that’s what they’re called) and of course, endless choices of delicious pizza. And, if you make your Super Bowl reservation today you can pre-order from the family-style menu.

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For those unlucky few who are rooting for the wrong team, FF provides 20 beer taps with mostly local and craft brews that’ll help you drown your sorrows away while supporting your local brewers in the process. So really, the more you drink the more you help your community.

Just try not to get too sloshed, your girlfriend still expects you to have control over your own performance…

By Amanda Blum

Amanda Blum writes and edits E.S.P. Eat. See. Play. lifestyle content for Philadelphia.