31 "Sports!" restaurants in Philadelphia.
These are the places that A) serve good food and B) have televisions that will be showing any big games. Some of them only serve bar food, but don’t act like that isn't what you want when you're watching sports. Even if your team doesn't win, come hungry and you'll at least leave somewhat happy.
This pub in Northeast Philly has excellent garlic wings - the sauce is satisfyingly spicy and the meat falls right off the bone.
For over 40 years, Byrne’s Tavern has been a go-to place for bar food in Port Richmond.
This Upper Darby sports bar and grill is one of the first places we tell people about when they ask us for wing recommendations.
Port Hole Cafe is a casual bar where you should go for late-night drinks on Long Beach Island.
Good Dog is a 3-floor bar in Rittenhouse that’s covered with photos of dogs.
Olly is an American bar and restaurant in Queen Village that’s a good alternative to a sports bar.
Misconduct Tavern is a sports bar in Rittenhouse with decent bar food and a rotating draft list.
Kubel’s opened in 1927, and this Barnegat Light bar is still a good spot to get some beers and fried clam strips during Happy Hour.
Whether you want a big selection of craft beers, great chicken wings, or $1 oysters, The Arlington is one of your best options on Long Beach Island.
Plantation is a big bar and restaurant on Long Beach Island where you can eat have a casual weeknight dinner, or get beers and wings at the bar.
Garage is an indoor-outdoor bar on East Passyunk that has over 300 canned beers and lets you bring in your own food.
Founding Fathers is a Grad Hospital sports bar that’s a step up from all the other options in the area.
Stats on 17th is a sports bar in Center City with a lot of plush couches to watch the games from.
Tradesman's is a two-story sports bar that serves classic BBQ dishes like brisket and tri-tip.
Bar Ly is pretty much the only sports bar in Chinatown, but it’s a good one, so we’re fine with it.