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As our Birds are on the road to victory, Philadelphia’s bars and restaurants are prepared to host die hard fans during the NFC Championship game this Sunday, January 29 at 3 pm, when the Eagles face the 49ers to fight for a chance to play in the Super Bowl. Fans can host their own watch parties with catering from Holy ‘Que Smokehouse in Bucks County and Juana Tamale on East Passyunk, or pull up a bar stool and watch the game alongside likeminded passionate football fans at some of the city’s best watch parties at CO-OP Restaurant & Bar, Patchwork, and Gaul & Co. Malt House.
CO-OP Restaurant & Baran open air-restaurant at the crossroads of University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University, hosts a Philly-centric Game Day Happy Hour every time the Eagles play (home or away.) This Sunday, Eagles fans can enjoy a line-up of delicious small plates and drink specials at the bar or in the lounge, featuring a $6 Citywide, as well as select beers and well-mixed drinks ranging from $4 to $6.
The Game Day Happy Hour includes:
  • Blistered Shishito Peppers ($12), accompanied by Lemon Vinaigrette
  • Green Garlic Hushpuppies ($10), a must-try for any hushpuppy fan, served with Tarragon Mayo
  • Pork Rinds ($8), served with Sour Cream Dip
  • Fancy Fries ($10), spiced with CO-OP’s signature blend, served with aioli
  • CO-OP Party Mix ($5), popcorn mix seasoned with Old Bay
20 S 33rd St | 215.398.1874 |
Patchwork, a lively restaurant and bar focused on New American cuisine nestled on the 2nd floor of Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia, is inviting fans to watch Sunday’s game with a Philly-centric Burger, Beer and Shot for $25. The special includes Executive Chef Jonathan Dearden’s juicy and delicious burger with Cambozola cheese, onion marmalade, lemon garlic mayo, on a brioche bun, with a pint of beer from a beloved Philadelphia-based brewery and a shot of whiskey from a local distillery. 
Patchwork will be streaming the Eagles vs 49ers this Sunday at 3 pm.    
1620 Chancellor St. | 215.985.1234 | 

Gaul & Co. Malt House, a traditional, rustic gastropub and home of the famed “Wit or Witowski” Kielbasa Cheesesteak, is serving up a bevy of game day specials for football fans to enjoy while cheering on the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game. Available at both Rockledge and Port Richmond locations, specials include $.50 cent wings, $2 Gaul Tea Light, a vodka-based tea cocktail, $2 Gaul Lite, brewed in collaboration with local Kenwood Original, and $3 bottles of domestic beer. Additionally, both locations will stream the Philadelphia vs. 49ers game on Sunday, January 29 on multiple TVs throughout the bar and dining room, and guests can enjoy the sounds of a DJ spinning classic tunes to keep the energy high during commercial breaks and half time.

704 Huntington Pike, Rockledge, PA | 215.935.6443 |
2619 E Indiana Ave, Philadelphia, PA | 215.423.7878 |


East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID), home to more than 160 independently-owned businesses in South Philadelphia, is a fantastic destination for cheering on the Eagles in the NFC Championship Game. Fans can gear up with personalized, one-of-a-kind apparel and accessories from NRS Boutique to show off their team spirit. Juana Tamale will be serving Chef Jennifer Zavala’s Bird Boxes, filled with two ChickenChimichangasChips& GuacamoleKey Lime Pie wit Eagles whip, a Bavarian Cream Churro, and two Lime Jarritos. Additionally, they are also taking preorders for Taco Trays for Sunday. All the action can be caught at one of the neighborhood’s fantastic bars and breweries, including (but not limited to) Cartesian Brewing, Separatist Beer Project, and Garage Philly

For additional information and a complete list of businesses along East Passyunk Avenue, go to and follow EPABID on the channels below: |  Twitter: @EPassyunkAve  |  Instagram: @eastpassyunk 


In celebration of the Philadelphia Eagles securing a spot in the NFC Championship Game, Holy ‘Que Smokehouse, the acclaimed Bucks County BYOB serving authentic Texas-style barbecue made fresh every day, is firing up the grill for fans planning game day watch parties. From barbecue by the pound to sandwiches to side dishes, Holy ‘Que Smokehouse has a full Football Sunday Catering Menu featuring plentiful options for large scale and more intimate gatherings — sure to score a touchdown with every football fanatic. 

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse’s catering menu tailored for football game days includes the following:

5lb Brisket Tray ($185)
5lb Pulled Pork Tray ($135)
Que Pack ($145; serves six to nine people) comprised of choice of three meats (1lb each), and three family-sized sides
Rib Pack ($145; serves six to nine people) composed of three racks of ribs and three family-sized sides
Sandwich Pack ($145) featuring a selection of 10 sandwiches and two family-sized sides
Brisket Cheesesteak Slider Tray ($50; 16 sliders)

Additionally, highlights from Holy ‘Que Smokehouse’s general menu includes meats by the pound including brisket, pulled pork, brats, pork spare ribs (1/2 rack or full rack), and side dishes such as mac and cheese, cider slaw, pinto beans, honey cornbread, and more. 

Football Sunday Catering Menu (as well as standard catering inquiries) is available for online ordering via Holy ‘Que Smokehouse’s website by clicking HERE, or can be placed by calling the restaurant at 267-544-5762. 

5788 Lower York Road, Lahaska, PA 18931 | (267) 544-5762 | IG @holyquesmokes | |
– Madison Militello