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Super Bowl 2015: How to watch, eat and drink in Philly

It’s time for everyone in America to drink and eat hot wings while watching a football game between two teams that the vast majority of them don’t give a crap about. Yay!

Here’s how to do the Super Bowl in Philly:

The basics

What: Super Bowl XLIX

Who: Seattle Seahawks vs. New England Patriots

Where: University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

When: 6:30 p.m. Sunday, with coverage starting at noon

How to watch from your home

If you prefer to watch via cable, NBC will have coverage of the Super Bowl available throughout the day. If you’re a cord cutter, NBC has announced that it’s making the Super Bowl free to watch via its live web app — and it’ll be free to everyone, not just people who have already bought subscriptions with certain cable providers.

In addition to NBC, Comcast also announced that it’ll be streaming the Super Bowl live online for free.

What food to order if you’re watching from home

Philadelphia Eater pulled together a fantastic list of spots where you can get awesome take-out for the Super Bowl, whether it’s brats and German favs from Wursthaus Schmitz or trays of pizza al taglio from Pizzeria Vetri. Most of the restaurants require some advance notice for game day take-out, so check it out ASAP.

How to watch from elsewhere

XFinity Live! – Watch the big game on a 32-foot big screen TV in South Philly by the stadiums. They’ll have free parking available. More information here.

1100 Pattison Avenue

City Tap House – The bar at Logan Square is going to be featuring a special Super Bowl menu that’ll include ribeye chili and buffalo chicken pizza. Oh, and craft beer galore. More information here.

29th and Walnut Streets

Field House – This huge sports bar across from Reading Terminal Market is offering a craft beer and wings special for $35 throughout the game. To reserve your table contact Maura at mpease@publichouseusa.com. More information here.

1150 Filbert Street

McGillin’s – This old Philly staple is offering up $1 Bud Light refills and $7 Bud Light and Yuengling pitchers throughout the game on Sunday. More information here.

1310 Drury Street

Tavern on Broad – For $25, get unlimited domestic drafts, wings and fries for three hours during the Super Bowl. Click here to buy a ticket, and click here for more information.

200 South Broad Street

Brauhaus Schmitz – For $20, you can get a spread of pork rinds, roast beef, meatballs, wings and more. Plus, drinks will be on special for $5 starting at 5 p.m. More information here.

718 South Street

BRU Craft and Wurst – Watch the game on projection wall with $5 drafts and $5 dips and sandwiches. More information here.

1318 Chestnut Street

Manny Brown’s – The game will be on in both the dining room and the bar, and guests can get 40 cent wings and $2.75 pints of Miller Lite. More information here.

512 South Street

Smith’s Restaurant and Bar – This Center City bar is apparently where all the Pat’s fans hang out. (Sorry Seattle fans, don’t think you guys have a bar here in Philly.)

39 South 19th Street

If you don’t want to watch the Super Bowl

Watch the Puppy Bowl! A local dog was drafted! It starts on Animal Planet at 3 p.m.

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