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February 2, 2023 — We are a little over a week away from Philadelphia’s biggest day of the year, the day the Eagles beat take on the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII.

And rightfully so, Philly businesses are going all out for the big game from hotel ballrooms transformed into massive watch parties with multiple projectors, a BBQ lovers’ catering spread for at-home watch parties, wings to go, game day happy hours, a Kelly green cocktail made with locally-produced kombucha, and more.
Check out Philly’s best Super Bowl watch parties and catering specials below from Xfinity Live!Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia, Holy ‘Que Smokehouse, CO-OP Restaurant & Bar, Rex at The Royal, and special Eagles-inspired flavor of Baba’s Bucha. 
Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia, the upscale lifestyle hotel nestled in bustling Rittenhouse Square, is transforming its second-floor Alexander Ballroom into a massive Super Bowl Watch Party, featuring food and beverage from in-house restaurant Patchwork, giveaways and swag, and three pull-down projectors for ample football watching.
Doors will open at 5 pm on Sunday, February 12 so guests can place food orders and get settled before the pre-game starts. There is no cover charge or reservation system and food and beverage are pay as you go. So, this is a great option for football fans looking for a watch party alternative that’s close to Broad Street but lacks the $50 entrance fee.
Super Bowl food specials from Executive Chef Jonathan Dearden include: 


  • Brisket Sliders ($16): KC BBQ, Kimchi Slaw
  • Philly Cheesesteak ($16): caramelized onion, aioli, cooper sharp
  • Barbacoa Nachos ($16): chipotle, pepper jack, pickled onions, cilantro
  • Chicken Wings ($16): blue cheese or ranch, celery and carrots
  • Buffalo Chicken Dip ($14): tortillas, scallions
Attendees can pair their snacks with drink specials, including Beer Buckets (5 beers/$16), local cans and bottles ($7 craft, $5 domestic), local spirits, house wines and a themed cocktail: It’s a Philly Thing ($10), an Eagles green punch with rum, cucumber, apple,  mint, green tea, white wine and bubbles.
Patchwork will also be streaming the game at its bar adjacent to the Hyatt Centric second-floor lobby with the same food and drink specials.
1620 Chancellor St. | 215.985.1234 |  

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 Super Bowl LVII watch parties. From barbecue by the pound to sandwiches to side dishes, Holy ‘Que Smokehouse has a full Super Bowl Catering Menu featuring plentiful options for large scale and more intimate gatherings — sure to score a touchdown with every football fanatic watching the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs. 

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse’s catering menu tailored for Super Bowl Sunday includes the following: 

1lb Brisket ($37)
1lb Pulled Pork ($26)
1lb Brats ($27)
1lb Texas Joe ($27)
Full Rack Pork Spareribs ($40)
Rib Pack ($145; serves six to nine people) composed of three racks of ribs and three family-sized sides
5lb Pulled Pork Tray ($135)
5lb Brisket Tray ($185)
Brisket Cheesesteak Slider Tray ($50; 16 sliders)

Additionally, highlights from Super Bowl Sunday Catering Menu includes side dishes served for family-style (feeds four people) and half tray portions (serves 10 – 12 people). Offerings include Three Cheese Mac ($20/$70), Creamed Corn ($20/$70), and Honey Cornbread (four slices for $20/eight slices for $40). 

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse’s Super Bowl Catering Menu is available for pre-order pick-up only on Sunday, February 12 by clicking HERE. Deadline for pre-orders is Thursday, February 9, and there is a minimum of $75 per order. Walk in service will not be available on Super Bowl Sunday. Catering orders can also be placed over the phone by calling 267-454-0090. 

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


CO-OP Restaurant & Bar, an open air-restaurant at the crossroads of University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University, will host its recurring Philly-centric Game Day Happy Hour on Sunday, February 12. Eagles fans can enjoy a line-up of delicious small plates and drink specials at the bar or in the lounge during the game, 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 |


Rex at TheRoyal, Philadelphia’s home for elevated Lowcountry fare housed in the historic and newly rejuvenated Royal Theater, is kicking off the big game with take-out specials, including classic bites and libations that will complement any watchparty: Sports fans can indulge in Rex’s signature Take-Out Wing Special ($19/dozen), served with a dozen dry rub jumbo smoked wings, a side of ranch, and a choice of additional sauce, with options spanning Alabama white sauce, Chipotle-molasses BBQ sauce, or Carolina tangy BBQ sauce. Rex at The Royal will also be offering a Take-Out Beer Special ($15/6-pack), featuring a six-pack of Neshaminy Creek IPA from the award-winning Neshaminy Creek Brewing located in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. 

Guests can place an order now, and can pick up take-out orders through Sunday, February 12.

Hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday from 5 – 10 pm, Friday and Saturday from 5 – 11pm, with brunch available on Sunday from 11 am – 2:30 pm, followed by dinner running from 5 – 10 pm

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1524 South St. | 267-319-1366 |



Did you know that Baba’s Bucha, the Philadelphia Greater Area’s beloved kombucha brand, actually has a kelly-green, Eagles-inspired flavor? 

Baba’s Bucha, woman-owned, premium farm-to-bottle kombucha crafted in Phoenixville with whole ingredients, is celebrating the Birds with the re-release of flavor Believe ($4.49). The distinctively bright, lively, and crisp kombucha made with juniper berries, ginger, yerba mate, lemon balm, and chlorophyll.

Baba’s Bucha has a long history of supporting the Philadelphia Eagles — during the last trip to the Super Bowl in 2018, this delightfully green kombucha was released, originally titled “Fly Eagles Fly.” After that year’s victory, Baba’s Bucha changed the name to ‘Believe’ as a source of hope that, one day, the Eagles would be in the Super Bowl again. With game day approaching, Baba’s Bucha invites fans to believe in the city’s beloved team with a bottle of kombucha in hand during the Super Bowl and beyond!

Those looking for a boozier option can sip on the appropriately colored green cocktail, So Good It Hurts, made with Believe kombucha, gin, chartreuse, and lime juice. See the recipe below:

So Good It Hurts
Recipe courtesy of Olga Sorzano, owner and founder of Baba’s Bucha


• 4 oz. Baba’s Bucha Believe Kombucha
• 1 oz. Gin
• 1 oz. Chartreuse
• 1 oz. Lime Juice

Instructions: Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake for 30-40 seconds. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Top with Believe kombucha. 

This brew is available at Whole Foods, MOM’s Organic Market, GIANT Heirloom Market, DiBruno’s Bros., and Weavers Way Co-op (price varies based on location).

Baba’s Bucha Tasting Room (“A Culture Factory”) Hours of Operation are Saturday 10 am – 3 pm    

333 Morgan St, Phoenixville PA |

Xfinity Live!, the one-of-a-kind dining and entertainment district located in the heart of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, is the best place to join the Bird Gang in full force as the super-venue hosts its Big Game Bash on Sunday, February 12. Xfinity Live! will be hosting a ticket-only event offering the ultimate front row seat to the Super Bowl with one of the city’s largest TVs at 32’, a live dj to keep the party going, and various exciting giveaways for attendees.
Indoor tickets sold out in an hour, but outdoor plaza tickets are now available HERE. Outside plaza only general admission includes access to the outdoor plaza only. No entry allowed into the building. Outdoor restrooms will be provided. This is a rain or shine ticket. 

1100 Pattison Ave. | 267.534.4264 |

Gaul & Co. Malt House, the neighborhood gastropub known for good food, booze, and people, and home of the “Wit-or-Witowski” Kielbasa Cheesesteak, is teaming up with Parx Casino to host a watch party for the record books at its Port Richmond location on Sunday, February 12. Guests will have access to betting specials via betPARX, the mobile casino and sports book platform, and of course Gaul & Co.’s host of delicious tavern fare and beverages. The party will also be attended by Philadelphia celebrities, including MMA World Champion Eddie Alvarez, YouTuber and comedian Ed Bassmaster, local-legend Dunphy the Philadelphia Superfan, and former pro-boxer content creator Malik Joe. Fittingly, there will be a red-carpet area set up, complete with a camera crew filming and a photo opportunity spot.

Hours of operation at both locations are Monday through Wednesday, 11am – 12am, Thursday and Friday, 11am – 2am, and Saturday and Sunday, 9am – 2am.

-Emily Marmion