It’s time for the big game again! Super Bowl LVI is scheduled to be played this Sunday February 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, home of the Chargers and Rams. The Halftime show is sure to be a winner with performances by Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J Blige and Kendrick Lamar. Whether you tune in for the commercials, show up for the wings or are rooting for your favorite team, our 2022 Super Bowl Sunday Guide has all the details for where to enjoy the action in Philadelphia. Game day celebrations, where to find the best wings and pizza, and tips for hosting a game day party at home are all right here. Whether you decide to go out and watch the game on the big screens or enjoy your favorite party foods at home, we’ve got all the information you need for a perfect Super Bowl Sunday. 


 

 

 

 

 


Super Bowl Bash at WBCo ft. Deke’s BBQ Buffet

When: Sunday, February 13th, 6 pm – 10 pm
Where: Wissahickon Brewing Company, 3705 West School House Lane, Philadelphia, PA

Wissahickon Brewing Company is hosting a Super Bowl Watch Party like no other. They’re teaming up with Deke’s BBQ to bring you a night of beer, BBQ and football. The cost is $20 and will get you access to the back brewhouse, fully equipped with a big screen projector, surround sound, full service bar, and an All-You-Can-Eat BBQ Buffet prepared by local legend, Deke’s BBQ. The menu for game day will include pulled pork sliders, build-your-own nacho bar, boneless wings, mac ‘n’ cheese, potato salad, coleslaw and more. There will also be exclusive beer deals that are only offered to ticket holders.

The Big Game 2022 at Miller’s Ale House

When: February 13th
Where: Miller’s Ale House, 9495 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA

Reserve your seat for the big game. The cost is $25/person and goes toward your game day check. Enjoy the big game on one of the 60+ TVs. There will also be great food and drink specials.

McGillin’s Old Ale House

1310 Drury Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 735-5562

Watch the Super Bowl on the high-def and big screen TVs at McGillin’s Old Ale House. There will be pitcher specials. Popular appetizers at McGillin’s include wings, nachos, the BIG burger, cheesesteak, grilled chicken breast, grilled Reuben and other crowd pleasers.

The Big Game at Xfinity Live!

When: February 13th, 6:30 pm
Where: 1100 Pattison Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

The party is on at Xfinity Live! Watch the big game on the 32 ft. LED TV screen in NBC Sports Arena with game sound. Email Paula DiMauro at [email protected] to reserve a table.

Big Game Sunday at Live! Casino & Hotel

When: February 13th
Where: 900 Packer Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

Sunday, February 13th, ALL DAY LONG, enjoy $5 dishes, $6 cocktails and the first 50 guests will receive a free NFL & Bud Light scarf or hat. Book a VIP table for up to 5 people and receive a bottle of bubbly.


Wings and party food are available for takeout from these Philly restaurants.

Byrne’s Tavern

2021 Happening List Winner for Wings!

3301 Richmond Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 423-3444

Tap Room on 19th

2021 Happening List Finalist for Wings!

2400 S 19th Street, Philadelphia, PA
(267) 687-7817

Moriarty’s Restaurant

2021 Happening List Finalist for Wings!

1116 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 627-7676

Paddy Whacks Pub

9241-43 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 464-8197

Place a takeout order at Paddy Whacks Pub. They offer a variety of party trays and wing packages. Call to place an order today.

Buffalo Wild Wings

9701 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 552-0025

Cafe Soho Philly

468 W Cheltenham Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 224-6800

Mike’s BBQ

1703 S 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA
(267) 831-2040

Chickie’s & Pete’s

11000 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 856-9890

1526 Packer Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 218-0500

4010 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 338-3060

Drinker’s Pub

1903 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 564-0914

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

1150 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
(267) 507-7365

8400 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 948-5600

Misconduct Tavern

1511 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 732-5797

1801 John F Kennedy Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA
(267) 928-4297

3131 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
(267) 292-4359


Order pizza from one of these Philly pizza spots!

Slice Philly

2021 Happening List Winner for Pizza!

1180 S 10th Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 463-0868

Iannelli’s Bakery

2021 Happening List Finalist for Pizza!

1155 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 468-0720

3 Brothers Pizza & Pasta

2621 E Ontario Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 426-7170

MoJu’s Family Pizzeria

2501 E Westmoreland Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 425-3600

Gino’s Pizza Cafe

7326 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 338-3360

The Angelo Pizza

229 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 964-9218

Pete’s Famous Pizza

116 N 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 567-4116

The Pizza Place

1648 s 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 755-9900

Pizzeria Vetri

1939 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, PA
(215) 600-2629


Hosting a Super Bowl Party at your house can be really fun, as long as you’re prepared. There are a few simple things you can do to make the day less stressful for you as a host, and exciting and enjoyable for your guests!

  • Decorate the party space! Grab a couple balloons and signs in the color of your team and add them to the area where people will be eating and watching the game.
  • Order takeout (pizza and wings) from your favorite place.
  • Prepare “grab and go” foods and appetizers. Make it easy and opt for finger food that’s easy to serve and eat on the couch.
  • Make it festive. Purchase football-themed cups, plates and napkins and get creative with styling.
  • Serve a signature drink. Incorporate the team’s colors and come up with a fun name for it!
  • Make a slow-cooker meal like chili. This can be kept warm on the counter and served all evening.
  • Have snack food available at all times. Great options are chips and dip, nuts, pretzels and veggie trays.
  • For desert, opt for grab and go items like cookies. Chances are, most people will be sitting on the couch and eating. Food items that can be eaten with hands, rather than a fork are much easier to enjoy.
  • Keep extra party food available to refill dishes as the night goes on.
  • Serve drinks in coolers in the party area. This will keep guests out of your fridge.
  • Designate a space for garbage and let your guests know.

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By: Sophia DeWald

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