Where to Watch Super Bowl LI

These Main Line restaurants and eateries are hosting watch parties and other specials.



The Eagles may have come up short this season, but local football fans still revel in watching the drama of a Super Bowl unfold. This year marks the 51st faceoff and area restaurants will have plenty on tap as guests watch the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons in Houston, Texas. After all, what’s a Super Bowl celebration without great food?

Hosting a huge party? Carlino’s Specialty Foods will make all the difference in your game day success. They are offering a massive catering menu for game day, which includes hoagie trays, mini cheesesteaks, mini hot dogs, mini kobe beef burgers, Stromboli, cheese and meat trays and foot long hoagies. Complete the meal with a special game day dessert tray featuring chocolate dipped football eclairs and strawberries. 

2616 E. County Line Road, Ardmore. (610) 649-4046. Visit www.carlinosmarket.com.

If food is really at the heart of your Super Bowl celebration, then you’ll want to spend the day at Chickie’s & Pete’s in Drexel Hill. There will be a $50 all-you-can eat menu featuring their famous crab fries, Chickie’s cutlets, wings, nachos, salads, sandwiches, cheesesteaks, pizzas, mussels, snow crab legs, and of course, domestic drafts, personal pitchers, and house wine. 

5035 Township Line Road, Drexel Hill. (610) 853-2713. Visit www.chickiesandpetes.com.

Dave and Buster’s is perfect for a Super Bowl experience that accommodates children—or just children at heart. Great food and a spacious bar with TVs throughout the venue will occupy adults, while kids can partake in plenty of arcade games and billiards tables. 

Multiple locations. Visit www.daveandbusters.com.

DiBruno Bros is offering great catering options, including a provolone and pepperoni box, a beer lover’s cheese collection, a salami sampler, assorted hot sauces, various gourmet cheese spreads, and more.

120 Coulter Ave., Ardmore. (484) 416-3311. Visit www.dibruno.com.

Federal Donuts has a special deal perfect for a football frenzy. Get 56 pieces of chicken and one dozen fancy donuts for $99. 

Multiple locations. Visit www.federaldonuts.com.

Those looking for a party but not interested in hosting, Flip and Bailey’s is the perfect place to venture for its 12th annual party. Tickets—$35 in advance or $40 at the door—include a prime rib buffet and open bar. Plus, there will be raffle prizes.

900 Conestoga Road, Bryn Mawr. (610) 627-4826. Visit www.flipandbaileys.com.

The Great American Pub in Narberth offers two options for fans this year: A $35 open bar that includes all beers, house wines, well cocktails, chili, wings, hot dogs, and hoagies, or $1 off all drafts. 

101 North Narberth Ave., Narberth. (610) 664-4982. Visit www.greatamericanpub.net.

One day isn’t enough of a celebration? Head to Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant from Feb. 3-5 for growlers. Guests who purchase two 64-ounce growlers will receive a complimentary pint glass, while supplies last. 

Multiple locations. Visit www.ironhillbrewery.com.

McKenzie Brew House will welcome fans this year with discounted appetizers, $3 pints, and a Buffalo Wing Buffet at half time. 

Multiple locations. Visit www.mckenziebrewhouse.com.

Not Your Average Joe’s in Ardmore is offering 20 percent off all takeout orders on game day for those who’d rather stay home.

49 St. James Place, Ardmore. (484) 708-1500. Visit www.notyouraveragejoes.com.

For an all day Super Bowl event, head to 30 Main for brunch from 10 a.m. - 3p.m. Make a day of it by staying for a pregame happy hour from 3-5p.m. The Super Bowl buffet includes a two-hour open bar for $25 and entertainment by DJ Mike Alba. Or, book the second floor for a private party for up to 80 guests.

660 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn. (610) 220-2367. Visit www.30mainberwyn.com.

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