Do you need a game plan for your Super Bowl party, or just a great place to catch the game? Here are a few ideas:
143 West Lincoln Highway, Exton, 610-524-2424
Winner’s Circle was voted “Best Sports Bar” at the 2010 Chester County Choice Awards, and it’s pretty apparent why: A stunning game room, 40 large-screen plasma TVs, a huge selection of draft beers and creative cocktails, game day giveaways and prizes, and a menu that will make you want to do your own end zone happy dance. Their beer specials are $2 Miller Lite bottles and drafts, and they will be cooking up food specials from both teams’ hometowns. (They offered a Pittsburgh Primanti Bros Sandwich a few years back and its still a crowd favorite.).
Appetites on Main
286 Main St, Exton, 610-594-2030
The beer list is as long as a football field, and the game-day specials include $2 Miller drafts and bottles. Cheer on your favorite team by catching the game on one of their 11 HD TVs. Munch on some half-price wings, nachos, bacon cheese fries and $1.50 hot dogs. Score extra points with your buddies for suggesting Appetites on Main for the big game.
853 E. Lancaster Ave, Downingtown, 610-873-1311
For the past four years, PJ Whelihans has been the main supplier for WIP’s Wing Bowl in Philadelphia, but now traveling to Philly is no longer necessary to savor their famous wings with seven signature sauces. For beer lovers, they have 48 draft beers, including a special Victory beer, Copper Lager, which can only been found at PJ Whelihans. The football beer specials include $2.75 Leinenekugel drafts, $10 Miller Lite 100-ounce beer towers, $3 Miller Lite drafts and $2 Miller Lite, MGD 64, and Miller High Life bottles.
Victory Brewing Company
420 Acorn Ln., Downingtown, 610-873-0881
A great game wouldn’t be complete without a delicious brew, and the best place to drink it is from the source. The spacious restaurant has enough comfortable seating for your entire team. Try any of their award-winning brews — Golden Monkey, Prima Pils, HopDevil, Yakima Glory, Fest Beir or Old Horizontal. Just be sure to not get sacked by them!
Grid Iron Sports Bar and Pizzeria
934 Township Line Rd., Phoenixville, 610-933-7446
You won’t miss a play with the 13 flat-screen TVs at GridIron. Wings are only 35 cents during the game, and are available in 12 mouth-watering sauces. The menu has several field goal-worthy dishes including pizza, hoagies, Gridinis, burgers and hot sandwiches. Sip on $2 Yuenglings from their wide selection of 16 draft beers and 28 kinds of cold brews.
Columbia Bar and Grille
148 Bridge St., Phoenixville, 610-983-0300
Finding the right spot to catch the big game is clutch, so spend Super Bowl Sunday at one
of Phoenixville’s oldest dining establishments. For only $15 per person, fans can enjoy a
buffet of their favorite foods. During each quarter, customers can score great prizes, and
there will be drink specials throughout the game.
Of course, you can also tackle plans for your Super Bowl party by bringing home any of these trays:
327 E. Lincoln Highway, Exton, 610-363-0515
Last year, Rino’s sold 10,000 wings for the Super Bowl (which they hope to outdo this year). Rino’s famous finger-licking wings are all homemade (including the sauce), and who could turn down 100 wings for $49.95? You can make your party a hit by also picking up: three- or six-foot hoagies, hot trays of pulled BBQ pork or roast beef sandwiches, trays of homemade meatballs and Italian sausage, or plenty of other options.
237 E Gay St., West Chester, 484-887-0488
The award-winning pistachio-crusted chicken tenders are so good they have a whole restaurant named after them, and they start at $39 for a tray serving eight to 10 people. Trays of pasta, Italian sandwiches and wraps and magnificent Italian cookies are also available.
125 N Church St., West Chester, 610-430-7100
238 E Bridge St., Phoenixville, 610-917-3900
Bring a Philadelphia tradition of soft pretzels to your party. Small trays of pretzel rods or rivets (nuggets) are $17, and large trays are $25. Both come with cheese or dipping sauce. The combo platter brings together 64 salted rivets and 14 pretzel dogs for some great teamwork, and trays are $30.
310 East Lincoln Highway, Exton, 610-363-7020
Exton Beverage not only offers friendly service, but it has the largest selection of imported, craft-brewed and domestic beers in the county. They have the largest selection of kegs in stock in the region, and they update their website every 30 minutes with their inventory.
Foster Boys Pizza
226 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, 610-269-6600
See for yourself why Foster Boys was voted “Best Pizza in Downingtown,” and pick up two large cheese pizzas for $18.99. Their mission is to serve the best hoagies (they were voted “Best Hoagie in Chester County” by the Daily Local News), the best cheesesteaks, the best pork sandwiches, and the best pizza — all under one roof. Order early, because these items go faster than your favorite quarterback!
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
Stadium Grille, with its two local locations, is perfect for families and friends looking to gather together and enjoy guilty pleasure grub, or simply, those trying to find top-notch takeout wings. During last year’s Super Bowl, the sports-themed eatery served over 10,000 wings. But, if chicken wings do not strike your fancy, consider their takeout platters of Southern-styled pulled pork (available in up to 10-pound serving trays), baby back ribs (offered in orders up to 20 full racks) and signature salads (including macaroni, potato and coleslaw).
Cuisine To Go
As a restaurant delivery service for over 20 restaurants in Chester County, Cuisine To Go is your meal ticket to obtaining fresh, gourmet food without having to leave your home! If you order in advance for your Superbowl parties, you can conquer a gamut of goodies, many of which are listed above, including wing platters from Rino’s and trays of pistachio-crusted chicken from Pistachio’s. Even better, CTG is now offering delivery discounts, and if you order $40 or more, your delivery is free! For discount codes and more, click here.