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Get ready for kick-off. Now that you have your fantasy league locked down it’s time to sit back and enjoy the game. Most of Bucks County is gearing up for Eagles games when they watch NFL, or maybe Penn State for college ball. Football fans have Sundays, Mondays, and Thursdays locked down as a time to watch the game, hang with friends and family, and of course, enjoy some delicious food. Check out some of the best places to go in Bucks County to watch the game, or if you’re staying in, how to make your home ready for game day.
Going Out For The Game
606 2nd St Pike, Southampton, PA 18966 (215) 942-6468
As the temperature gets cooler and football season starts, Steam is gearing up for their favorite season with great seasonal beers and fall drink menu. They also offer Fantasy League specials like $30 all-u-can-eat-wings and draft beer (under 6%) or wings and cheese stakes. They are also serving up the Whole League Menu ready to serve for 10.
18 S State St, Newtown, PA 18940
Newtown’s quintessential bar & eatery turns the sound up for Eagles games. Isaac’s features a constantly rotating selection of craft brews on draft as well as their “Beer Treasury”- an Isaac Newton encyclopedia of bottles.
240 N Sycamore St, Newtown, PA 18940 (215) 504-7277
This bar and restaurant in Newtown bleeds green! The Green Parrot has 19 HD screens ready to air the NFL Sunday Ticket, The Big 10 Network, and the College Football package.
Fountainville Village, 1456 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA
Phone: (215) 348-2222
NFL Football nights bring on the specials at Roman Delight. Football is on in the bar with pizza, wings and beer on special.
2999 Street Rd, Bensalem, PA 19020
Phone: (888) 588-7279
Stop by the XLounge Bar or Chickies & Petes.
Chickie’s & Pete’s
2999 Street Rd, Bensalem, PA 19020 (267) 525-7333
500 Easton Rd, Warrington, PA 18976 (215) 343-5206
Chickie’s is the perfect place to watch the Eagles game! Enjoy a few beers and some crab fries as the Eagles take the field. Their Parx location features Play2, where guests can create their own interactive experience while watching the game.
4120 Lower Road, Newportville, PA 19056 (215) 785-6090
This “American Pub with a German accent” boasts the most authentic German menu in Bucks County. Fill up on potato pancakes and schnitzel or grab a burger while you enjoy an Eagles game. This year, the Newportville is opening their bar at 1 pm for all Sunday games. While you’re there, you can fill a 2-liter growler to go with any of the beers that they offer on tap.
The Mag Bar (Maggio’s)
400 2nd Street Pike, Southampton, PA 18966 (215) 322-7272
The Mag Bar is a Southampton nightlife staple is known for the excitement on game day. During football season, stop by for a game and enjoy a beer or cocktail. Order from their extensive menu of appetizers and small plates, which includes Chili Cheese Fries, Buffalo Shrimp, and Chicken Pot Stickers.
McStew’s Irish Sports Pub
5316 New Falls Road Levittown, PA
McStew’s is Levittown’s biggest sports bar with 40+ TVs, including 15 HD as well as the NFL Sunday ticket. You can enjoy one of their 15 beers on tap.
Buffalo Wild Wings
201 Easton Road #118, Warrington, PA
Buffalo Wild Wings has multiple large screens inside and out. They are equipped with game players and always have games and trivia on. Add to that mix wings, beers on draft and fried foods and it becomes a game day hot spot.
Tony’s Place Bar & Grill
1297 Greeley Avenue, Ivyland, PA
Every Sunday enjoy $2.00 domestic bottles all day while watching the best NFL football action. Plus, $5 Absolut bloody mary’s all day long.
Routes 202 & 263 Lahaska: With an expansive indoor & outdoor bar, awesome beer selection, and tasty appetizers, Buttonwood Grill is a low-key place to take in the game.
Miller’s Ale House
2250 East Lincoln Highway, Langhorne
Over 60 HD screens along with beer & appetizer specials.
Football Home Entertaining
Watching the game at home can be just as much fun as heading out to cheer your team on. You can turn any game-day into a party with the right atmosphere, drinks, and appetizers! Get ready for football Sundays with this home entertaining guide.
- Food: If you’re watching the game at home, you’re going to need something to snack on in between plays. Dips are always the perfect thing to snack on during a football game. You can make them ahead of time and as guests arrive, heat them up (if necessary) and set them out for people to pick at. For your “main course,” think easy-to-eat finger foods, like sliders, burgers, hot dogs, or chicken nuggets. To make prepping for game-day even easier, have a local restaurant or grocer, cater for you. You can grab wings to heat up at home at Acme and Wegmans, which now both have beer and wine available.
- Drink: If you’re watching the Eagles game, you’ll need to stock up on beer, and with the new PA Laws that means you can grab brews at the grocery store, or at shops around the county. If you’re hosting a game-day event, whip up a few Philadelphia Eagle cocktails for your guests to enjoy. To make a green delight mix up a double shot of 1 oz. rum, 1 oz. white tequila, and 1 oz. green apple schnapps and toast to an Eagle’s victory.
- Décor: Convert your basement into an Eagle’s nest by decorating with green, white, and silver streamers. Display any team memorabilia you may have, including helmets, jerseys, and flags. Set up a table to serve food and drinks on, decorated with team logos and banners. Serve snack foods out of paper bags, just like you would get at the game. Require guests that are attending your showing of the game to show up in football gear, put on your Eagle’s jersey, and get ready for game time.