2349 Fairmount Ave
Philadelphia, PA. 19130
Baseball enthusiasts love the Bishop’s Collar. It’s parking friendly and has outdoor dining. There is Phillies paraphernalia and art to look at, craft beers on tap and plenty of TVs tuned into the Phils. They don’t necessary worship the Phillies, just the perfect pint of Guinness (the name of the bar is from an old Celtic expression regarding the perfect pour of a pint of Guinness). The Bishop’s Collar has been offering “salvation by the pint” since 1999. Customers enjoy the many snacks like nachos and quesadillas, or sandwiches like the steak tip sandwich. Overall people recommend it for the good vibe and affordable eats.
1526 Packer Ave.
Philadelphia, PA. 19145
An award winning and longtime Philly favorite is Chickie’s & Pete’s. The MLB playoffs would just go naturally here with their famous crab fries, but their lobster roll is also gaining popularity. Besides being famous for their crabs and crab fries, they also offer a massive 14 ft. television so you can feel like you are at the game, without actually being at the game. The location is close enough to the stadiums to keep you in spirits if you were out with friends beforehand. Chickie’s & Pete’s can hold a lot of fans with its three bars spread over its 24,000 square feet.
1501 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA. 19102
Fox & Hound is one of the best sports bars in Philadelphia because they broadcast all sports, all day long, so you will easily be able to watch all of the MLB playoffs here with your fellow fans. Fox & Hound can be considered an upscale beer bar with a dozen craft beers on tap and higher quality “bar food”. For burger lovers, there is the Barnyard which is bacon and a sunny side up egg and cheese, or the Pastrami which has thin sliced pastrami with sauerkraut and thousand island dressing. On Tuesdays, the bar offers $2 pints which are very popular nights for the grateful beer lovers of Philly. Fox & Hound has ranked in the top five best bars by numerous publications for the past three years for its terrific ambiance and strong drinks.
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1 Citizen’s Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA. 19148
If you don’t have a lot of money to spend on tickets, but want an evening in the ballpark (whether or not the Phillies are in the play offs) You can join others to cheer on your favorite team right in Citizen Bank Park. McFaddens is very spacious and can accommodate a very large crowd, yet maintains a sophisticated feel. McFaddens regularly has specials coordinated to sporting events, such as certain bottles will sell for $2 and $3.
1150 Filbert St
Philadelphia, PA. 19107
Field House is a popular and beloved sports bar for specials, and it has an ideal location right in center city near market east. The numerous TVs, some large screen, adorn the place as much as the Phillies art, so no worries on missing anything. This includes the MLB playoffs as one of the busiest of times. Customers enjoy the snacks such as the homemade kettle chips, bacon popcorn and pretzel sandwiches. Field House is run by a friendly staff and is a regular Top 5 pick for the Philly Hotlist.
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