3/18/2013 03:19:00 PM

Guess the Philly Sports Bar to Win a $300 Gift Card!

What bar am I?
March madness is about to take off, baseball season is about to bring back our Phillies and the Flyers and Sixers are playing through. It’s prime sports-watching time, and there are plenty of places in Philadelphia to catch the games with friends. This photo was taken at one of our faves - can you guess which one? If you can, you could win a $300 prepaid gift card.

In the comments below, ID the bar in the photo and in 75 words or less, tell us your favorite food to eat while watching sports. Important note: you need to be logged in with a Gmail address when you comment, so we can contact you if you win. You have until 11:59 PM on Thursday, March 21, to enter, at which point we'll go through the correct entries and pick a winner. You can take a look at the rules and regulations here - let the guessing games begin!

5 comments :

  1. Perch Pub; anything that's a game day special!

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  2. Perch Pub! Lovely atmosphere and prime selection of beer at Broad and Locust Streets in Philly! My favorite food to eat when watching sports is a wings with interesting hot sauces, like sriracha-garlic hot sauce: AMAZING!

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  3. It's the staircase up to Perch Pub. The bacon grease popcorn at the Khyber Pass would have to be the tastiest and best thing to nosh on while watching some sport!

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  4. That's Perch Pub. Best food for watching sports is Chickie's and Pete's crab fries. For starters, you can eat them without taking your eyes off the action. The saltiness makes then addictive and also craves a good beer to go with it which is another necessity when watching the game.

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  5. Those are definitely the stairs at Perch Pub. I am always terrified of falling down them after enjoying a few tasty beers at Perch. Any type of poutine is great to eat when watching sports. You get a few different food groups and can share with friends or keep it all to yourself! You can't go wrong with the poutine at Mac's Tavern.

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