We get it. You want to cheer on the Sixers, and you want to get out of the house.
You can now watch indoors, but there are lots of spots with patio TVs if you want to stay outside. Here are some great places to watch the game.
This friendly spot has a large outdoor tent with a big projection screen for the game. It also has a wide beer selection, a full menu, and themed drink specials.
It’s a fancier (and dressier) place to watch the game, sure. But the hotel’s grand high-ceilinged indoor bar has a few TVs to watch the game, and you may even spot a former Sixer while you watch. The bar is first come first serve, so come early for a prime spot.
The cozy back patio at this tight-knit watering hole off South Street has both indoor and outdoor TVs and a fun, loud crowd that cares about the game. The pub is part of the Sixers’ bar network, so it’s a good spot for special promotions, especially for big games.
The seasonal sister bar to Sto’s (a couple doors down), this festive Market Street lot boasts seven large flat screens on which to watch the game. Go for the backyard hangout kind of vibe with affordable drinks: All drinks are $8 or under. Reservations are encouraged.
A short walk from Eastern State Penitentiary, this Spring Garden watering hole at the corner of 20th and Green Streets has nine TVs inside, and 5 outdoor, if you want to watch in the open air. They also have $5 citywides. Get there early: They don’t take reservations, and they’re first come first serve.
Center City denizens can fan out at both indoor seating and outdoor picnic tables at the corner of 19th and Chestnut to watch games at this Rittenhouse bar. There are 11 screens on two floors inside, and another two outside for all your viewing pleasure. If you go inside to use the bathroom, check out the wall of forgotten credit cards.
This old-school Irish pub in the Northeast has inside and a brand new outside patio with TVs for fans, as well as food and bucket specials to take care of you while you watch the game.
The twin Center City bars sporting a nautical theme have TVs on their patios so you can enjoy the game with a side view of skyscrapers.
Not one to be kept down, the network of Irish sports bars has set up outdoor TVs on the back patio at Headhouse Square, under the tent at its Delaware River deck, and under the shade trees at its Sansom Street spot. (Reservations are encouraged.)
These spots — one in Fishtown, one in Passyunk — are geared up and ready for games. Both locations only have screens inside.
It’s first-come-first-serve at this Queen Village spot, with TVs both inside and out to watch the game.
Milkboy has two locations, but the location at 11th and Chestnut Streets is the better bet if you want to watch games. The TVs are indoors, though you can also see them from Milkboy’s few outside tables on 11th St. (The South Street location is not doing indoor seating yet, and while they will have the TVs on that you can see from outside, you can’t sit up close just yet.)
Billed as “Chinatown’s only sports bar”, you can watch the game from both indoor and outdoor seating. The bar has 37 TVs, a wide draft beer selection, and a menu that includes Chinese food, pizza and sandwiches.
You’ll want to reserve a table at this Delaware River hot spot to snag a seat with a good view.
Watch the games on the billboard-sized television on Xfinity Live’s patio. Reserve a table ahead of the game, and join pregame pep rallies before home games, plus a special Trust the Cocktail drink special.
This low-key spot in the Ludlow neighborhood, created by a longtime Fergie’s Pub bartender, has outdoor seating in front and on its back patio where you can watch the game, and TVs inside as well. Make a reservation to get a prime spot.
Grab a seat on Juniper Street and catch a game on Tradesman’s 20-foot projector screen. There are three outside TVs, too. Call ahead to reserve a table.
Old City shuts down Second Street on the weekends, allowing this Irish bar to spread out and mount its flat screens high above the crowd for unobstructed viewing as well as a big screen projector inside.
The two Pennsylvania locations of this Baltimore-born bar has lots of TVs, indoors and out, to watch the game.
The Philly sports bar empire that started in Mayfair screens the game inside and out at all of its locations. You’re obviously ordering some Crabfries.
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