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Stephen Starr previews his new ghost kitchen dubbed Wing Wing Wing over Super Bowl weekend.
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Where To Score Super Bowl LV Specials Around Philly

Catch the championship game over takeout wings, loaded tots, five-foot cheesesteaks, and more

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Stephen Starr previews his new ghost kitchen dubbed Wing Wing Wing over Super Bowl weekend.
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With ongoing capacity and seating limitations due to the pandemic, Super Bowl Sunday won’t be its normally packed and rowdy self this year in Philly.

But NFL fans can still secure plenty of pickup and delivery options for reliable hoagies, wings, nachos, and fries from restaurants and bars, with some hosting small-scale watch parties that adhere to COVID-19 restrictions. The Philadelphia Eagles may not have made it close to Super Bowl 2021, but a kickoff between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs (read: Andy Reid) is still a good excuse to celebrate Super Bowl LV safely.

From the debut of Stephen Starr’s timely Wings Wings Wings ghost kitchen to football-shaped pizzas, cheesesteaks galore, and every game day favorite in between, here’s a solid lineup of 18 Super Bowl-centric options in Philly.

Indoor dining is currently capped at 25 percent in Philly and tables are maxed out at four people; for updated information on coronavirus cases, please visit here. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. El Camino Real Restaurant

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1040 N 2nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 925-1110
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Center City’s El Camino offers two $40 takeout specials for game day: a Mexican spread of guacamole, salsa, chips, and 12 chicken, steak, shrimp and seitan tacos; or 30 jumbo Buffalo chicken wings with ranch and blue cheese. Outdoor diners under a covered and heated patio have heated seats to warm up even more.

2. Stickys Finger Joint

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3300 Fairmount Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104

NYC’s cult chicken chain Sticky’s Finger Joint touched down in Philly in December, and for its first Super Bowl Sunday it’s offering poultry packages for one to four ($12-$38). Go big with a “Hail Mary” (large poppers and fingers, six sauces, chicken and waffles, and two sides of pickles or slaw and fries) or “Double Wing Formation” for two (two medium chickens, four sauces, bacon mac fries, and more). From now until kickoff, customers can share and tag their Sticky’s order and Super Bowl score prediction on Instagram for a chance to win a year of free fingers.

“Quarterback Sneak” ($12) includes a medium chicken basket, two sauces, and one house drink.
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3. Craft Hall

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901 N Delaware Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(267) 297-2072
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The massive Northern Liberties beer hall just reopened as a barbecue joint, and its game day deal is a steal. The $65 package for parties up to four includes an open bar (premium spirits excluded), Buffalo wings, glazed spare ribs, fried cheese curds, French fries, and nachos.

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4. Aqimero

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10 Ave Of The Arts
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 523-8200
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For a fancy game day feast, consider the Ritz-Carlton restaurant’s reheat-and-eat packages ($150 for two to four or $325 for six to eight). Watch party essentials include its own margarita mix, guacamole, crab and queso dip, crudité display, chicken wings, braised pork shoulder tacos, and a dessert spread. Order by Thursday, February 4, for pickup on Sunday, February 7, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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5. Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse

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1823 Sansom St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 665-9500
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The Center City bar that bills itself as Philly’s “game day headquarters” throws down ridiculously large wing platters in counts of 50 to 200. Flavor options include its sweet-and-spicy special sauce, plus mild all the way to “3rd Degree” heat levels. Place pickup poultry orders ($55 to $190) by 6 p.m. on Thursday, February 4.

6. Tradesman's

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1322 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(267) 457-3994
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Tradesman’s and neighboring sister bar Brü Craft & Wurst each offer a baller $100 package featuring a five-foot Philly cheesesteak, wings, French fries, and a bucket of beer for the table to share. Patrons can book private outdoor tents outfitted with TVs and heaters, and massive projectors will air the NFL game inside.

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7. The Bourse

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111 S Independence Mall E
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 625-0300
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Freebyrd Chicken at The Bourse Food Hall has three poultry packages to choose from: “Home Tailgate Bundle” ($45) with four fried chicken sandwiches, two sides, and four beers; 25 bone-in or boneless wings ($22); and a dozen mini fried chicken sandwiches ($40). All orders must be placed by Friday, February 5, for pickup on Saturday or Sunday.

Make Super Bowl Sunday a fried chicken affair with takeout packages from The Bourse.
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8. Wing Wing Wing

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700 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 223-5663
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Stephen Starr celebrates Super Bowl with a two-day preview of his latest virtual restaurant WING WING WING. The menu stars jumbo chicken wings in seven flavors: plain, Buffalo, hot Buffalo, barbecue, sesame soy, dry jerk spice, and dry nuclear spice — a medley of habanero, jalapeno, paprika, and butter. Preorder before Friday, February 5, or go with real-time pickup and delivery on Saturday and Sunday. Starting in late February, Wing Wing Wing will operate permanently out of Frankford Hall.

 

Wing Wing Wing’s 10-piece poultry orders come with house blue cheese or ranch dressing ($16-$18).
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9. Garces Trading Company

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125 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 253-3777
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Jose Garces offers a dizzying amount of game day favorites out of his virtual restaurant hub at The Olde Bar. The “MVP Party Pack” ($40-$120) features a hoagie tray, raw veggies, artichoke and bacon dip, artichoke and bacon dip, pretzel brownie bar, and cookie whoopie pies, while a “Sunday Special” is headlined by wings, mac and cheese, Buffalo chicken dip, and salsa and guacamole. Order by Friday, February 5, for pickup over the weekend.

Garces Trading Company offers various portions of hoagies, wings, racks of ribs, smoked gouda mac and cheese, dogs in a blanket, shrimp cocktail, and more.
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10. Hawthornes

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738 S 11th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 627-3012
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Hawthornes and its pandemic-era addition Pivot Coffee sends out a pizza bundle ($40) stocked with a cheese pizza, eight-piece order of wings, and big house salad, along with a la carte game day options, for day-of pickup until 4 p.m. And for $10 per person, customers can snag a game day seat under its giant new tent while ordering wings, loaded tots, and $5 Tired Hands Gulpie pints.

11. Kalaya Thai Kitchen

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764 S 9th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 385-3777
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The Thai staple supersizes its beloved banh mi into three-foot-long sandwich for Super Bowl Sunday, served on a giant Amoroso Bakery roll. Other game day options include coconut curry wings and crab rolls on brioche. The menu is available for day-of takeout from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Kalaya offers a special Super Bowl Sunday takeout menu.
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12. Community

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1200 S 21st St
Philadelphia, PA 19146
(267) 319-1027
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Chef Michael Sultan’s $70 Super Bowl platter is packed with two pounds of dry rub

chicken wings with all the sauces and dippers, four spinach and fontina empanadas with salsa roja, a dozen fried mac and cheese balls with buttermilk ranch, and a ribeye cheesesteak.

And $20 liters of mimosas or “Manmosas” — spiked with house-infused orange Stateside vodka — come in recycled bottles from the local distiller. Available for takeout and on-site service from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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13. Slice

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1180 S 10th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 463-0868
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The homegrown chain brings back its novelty football-shaped pizzas ($20). The annual, playful pies, topped with hand-sliced pepperoni and ricotta “laces,” are available for takeout and delivery, along with combo deals ($45-$90) that pair one large pie with 25 to 50 twice-cooked wings, mozz sticks, and more.

Slice’s football-shaped pies star San Marzano tomatoes sauce, mozzarella, and “laces” of ricotta.
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14. Geno's Steaks

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1219 S 9th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 389-0659
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To add a true taste of Philly to at-home watch parties, impress with cheesesteaks from the South Philly staple. Large catering orders are accepted until Saturday, February 6, until 3 p.m., with delivery available within a 18-mile radius. Or swing by the 24/7 venture for pickup at the historic fixture that’s currently wearing red for February.

15. River Twice

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1601 E Passyunk Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(267) 457-3698
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James Beard-nominated chef Randy Rucker makes a massive muffuletta sandwich for the Super Bowl. The meaty and mammoth order for 8 to 10 is served on a Sarcone’s seeded roll ($75). Available for pickup between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday. To-go wine, beer, and cider are available. too.

The River Twice “Muffuletta” sandwich features mortadella, capicola, River Twice’s ham, provolone, olive relish, and shredded cabbage.
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16. Musi BYOB

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100 Morris St
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 377-9466
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Chef Ari Miller’s Super Bowl Sunday sandwich piles house corned beef, Russian dressing, sauerkraut, and melty cheese curds on a Merzbacher gold roll ($17). Available for preorder, pickup, and delivery.

17. Sports & Social Philly

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900 Packer Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(267) 682-7501
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Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia’s brand new sports bar, lined with a 52-foot LED display and 24 TVs, hosts an inaugural Super Bowl watch party with game day eats made from scratch, beers, and cocktails. Splurge on a booth package for four ($400) that includes $80 in food and beverage credits.

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18. Thomas Murphy's Pub

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157 S Burlington St
Gloucester City, NJ 08030
(856) 432-6317
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The newly renovated bar and restaurant across the bridge builds a four-person “Touchdown Platter” with chicken sliders, wings with celery and blue cheese, pretzel bites, and potato skins. The price is $55, in honor of Super Bowl LV. Themed cocktails include a “Kansas City Ice Water” or “Tampa Bay Breeze” and all beers are $2 off.

1. El Camino Real Restaurant

1040 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Center City’s El Camino offers two $40 takeout specials for game day: a Mexican spread of guacamole, salsa, chips, and 12 chicken, steak, shrimp and seitan tacos; or 30 jumbo Buffalo chicken wings with ranch and blue cheese. Outdoor diners under a covered and heated patio have heated seats to warm up even more.

1040 N 2nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19123

2. Stickys Finger Joint

3300 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19104
“Quarterback Sneak” ($12) includes a medium chicken basket, two sauces, and one house drink.
Stickys Finger Joint/official photo

NYC’s cult chicken chain Sticky’s Finger Joint touched down in Philly in December, and for its first Super Bowl Sunday it’s offering poultry packages for one to four ($12-$38). Go big with a “Hail Mary” (large poppers and fingers, six sauces, chicken and waffles, and two sides of pickles or slaw and fries) or “Double Wing Formation” for two (two medium chickens, four sauces, bacon mac fries, and more). From now until kickoff, customers can share and tag their Sticky’s order and Super Bowl score prediction on Instagram for a chance to win a year of free fingers.

3300 Fairmount Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104

3. Craft Hall

901 N Delaware Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Craft Hall/official photo

The massive Northern Liberties beer hall just reopened as a barbecue joint, and its game day deal is a steal. The $65 package for parties up to four includes an open bar (premium spirits excluded), Buffalo wings, glazed spare ribs, fried cheese curds, French fries, and nachos.

901 N Delaware Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19123

4. Aqimero

10 Ave Of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Aqimero/official photo

For a fancy game day feast, consider the Ritz-Carlton restaurant’s reheat-and-eat packages ($150 for two to four or $325 for six to eight). Watch party essentials include its own margarita mix, guacamole, crab and queso dip, crudité display, chicken wings, braised pork shoulder tacos, and a dessert spread. Order by Thursday, February 4, for pickup on Sunday, February 7, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

10 Ave Of The Arts
Philadelphia, PA 19102

5. Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse

1823 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

The Center City bar that bills itself as Philly’s “game day headquarters” throws down ridiculously large wing platters in counts of 50 to 200. Flavor options include its sweet-and-spicy special sauce, plus mild all the way to “3rd Degree” heat levels. Place pickup poultry orders ($55 to $190) by 6 p.m. on Thursday, February 4.

1823 Sansom St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

6. Tradesman's

1322 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Tradesman’s/official photo

Tradesman’s and neighboring sister bar Brü Craft & Wurst each offer a baller $100 package featuring a five-foot Philly cheesesteak, wings, French fries, and a bucket of beer for the table to share. Patrons can book private outdoor tents outfitted with TVs and heaters, and massive projectors will air the NFL game inside.

1322 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19107

7. The Bourse

111 S Independence Mall E, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Make Super Bowl Sunday a fried chicken affair with takeout packages from The Bourse.
The Bourse/official photo

Freebyrd Chicken at The Bourse Food Hall has three poultry packages to choose from: “Home Tailgate Bundle” ($45) with four fried chicken sandwiches, two sides, and four beers; 25 bone-in or boneless wings ($22); and a dozen mini fried chicken sandwiches ($40). All orders must be placed by Friday, February 5, for pickup on Saturday or Sunday.

111 S Independence Mall E
Philadelphia, PA 19106

8. Wing Wing Wing

700 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Wing Wing Wing’s 10-piece poultry orders come with house blue cheese or ranch dressing ($16-$18).
Gab Bonghi/Wing Wing Wing

Stephen Starr celebrates Super Bowl with a two-day preview of his latest virtual restaurant WING WING WING. The menu stars jumbo chicken wings in seven flavors: plain, Buffalo, hot Buffalo, barbecue, sesame soy, dry jerk spice, and dry nuclear spice — a medley of habanero, jalapeno, paprika, and butter. Preorder before Friday, February 5, or go with real-time pickup and delivery on Saturday and Sunday. Starting in late February, Wing Wing Wing will operate permanently out of Frankford Hall.

 

700 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

9. Garces Trading Company

125 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Garces Trading Company offers various portions of hoagies, wings, racks of ribs, smoked gouda mac and cheese, dogs in a blanket, shrimp cocktail, and more.
Garces Trading Company/official photo

Jose Garces offers a dizzying amount of game day favorites out of his virtual restaurant hub at The Olde Bar. The “MVP Party Pack” ($40-$120) features a hoagie tray, raw veggies, artichoke and bacon dip, artichoke and bacon dip, pretzel brownie bar, and cookie whoopie pies, while a “Sunday Special” is headlined by wings, mac and cheese, Buffalo chicken dip, and salsa and guacamole. Order by Friday, February 5, for pickup over the weekend.

125 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

10. Hawthornes

738 S 11th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Hawthornes and its pandemic-era addition Pivot Coffee sends out a pizza bundle ($40) stocked with a cheese pizza, eight-piece order of wings, and big house salad, along with a la carte game day options, for day-of pickup until 4 p.m. And for $10 per person, customers can snag a game day seat under its giant new tent while ordering wings, loaded tots, and $5 Tired Hands Gulpie pints.

738 S 11th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

11. Kalaya Thai Kitchen

764 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Kalaya offers a special Super Bowl Sunday takeout menu.
Kalaya/official photo

The Thai staple supersizes its beloved banh mi into three-foot-long sandwich for Super Bowl Sunday, served on a giant Amoroso Bakery roll. Other game day options include coconut curry wings and crab rolls on brioche. The menu is available for day-of takeout from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

764 S 9th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

12. Community

1200 S 21st St, Philadelphia, PA 19146
Community/official photo

Chef Michael Sultan’s $70 Super Bowl platter is packed with two pounds of dry rub

chicken wings with all the sauces and dippers, four spinach and fontina empanadas with salsa roja, a dozen fried mac and cheese balls with buttermilk ranch, and a ribeye cheesesteak.

And $20 liters of mimosas or “Manmosas” — spiked with house-infused orange Stateside vodka — come in recycled bottles from the local distiller. Available for takeout and on-site service from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

1200 S 21st St
Philadelphia, PA 19146

13. Slice

1180 S 10th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Slice’s football-shaped pies star San Marzano tomatoes sauce, mozzarella, and “laces” of ricotta.
Slice/official photo

The homegrown chain brings back its novelty football-shaped pizzas ($20). The annual, playful pies, topped with hand-sliced pepperoni and ricotta “laces,” are available for takeout and delivery, along with combo deals ($45-$90) that pair one large pie with 25 to 50 twice-cooked wings, mozz sticks, and more.

1180 S 10th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

14. Geno's Steaks

1219 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

To add a true taste of Philly to at-home watch parties, impress with cheesesteaks from the South Philly staple. Large catering orders are accepted until Saturday, February 6, until 3 p.m., with delivery available within a 18-mile radius. Or swing by the 24/7 venture for pickup at the historic fixture that’s currently wearing red for February.

1219 S 9th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

15. River Twice

1601 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148
The River Twice “Muffuletta” sandwich features mortadella, capicola, River Twice’s ham, provolone, olive relish, and shredded cabbage.
Mike Prince/River Twice

James Beard-nominated chef Randy Rucker makes a massive muffuletta sandwich for the Super Bowl. The meaty and mammoth order for 8 to 10 is served on a Sarcone’s seeded roll ($75). Available for pickup between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday. To-go wine, beer, and cider are available. too.

1601 E Passyunk Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148

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16. Musi BYOB

100 Morris St, Philadelphia, PA 19148

Chef Ari Miller’s Super Bowl Sunday sandwich piles house corned beef, Russian dressing, sauerkraut, and melty cheese curds on a Merzbacher gold roll ($17). Available for preorder, pickup, and delivery.

100 Morris St
Philadelphia, PA 19148

17. Sports & Social Philly

900 Packer Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148
Sports & Social/official photo

Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia’s brand new sports bar, lined with a 52-foot LED display and 24 TVs, hosts an inaugural Super Bowl watch party with game day eats made from scratch, beers, and cocktails. Splurge on a booth package for four ($400) that includes $80 in food and beverage credits.

900 Packer Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148

18. Thomas Murphy's Pub

157 S Burlington St, Gloucester City, NJ 08030

The newly renovated bar and restaurant across the bridge builds a four-person “Touchdown Platter” with chicken sliders, wings with celery and blue cheese, pretzel bites, and potato skins. The price is $55, in honor of Super Bowl LV. Themed cocktails include a “Kansas City Ice Water” or “Tampa Bay Breeze” and all beers are $2 off.

157 S Burlington St
Gloucester City, NJ 08030

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