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Nick Foles raises the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the New England Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII
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Where to Watch the Eagles Super Bowl Parade

Bars and restaurants all along the parade route

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Nick Foles raises the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the New England Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII
| Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

The long-imagined day has finally arrived. The Philadelphia Eagles are Super Bowl champions and fans are ready to flood the streets during Thursday’s parade. By all accounts, it is going to be massive. No official numbers were released for the Phillies’ World Series victory parade in 2008, but the crowd was estimated at two million. This could be bigger. So where to watch our beloved Birds go by? Here are bars and restaurants all along the parade route, from its start by the stadiums in South Philly, up Broad Street, around City Hall, and up the Ben Franklin Parkway to the Art Museum.

Food trucks will be set up near the Franklin Institute and at 21st Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Full details of the parade from Eater Philly’s sister site, Curbed Philly, are here. Bundle up and get ready for huge crowds.

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Xfinity Live

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Fuel up before heading out to watch the action. All five bars at Xfinity Live will be open from 8 a.m. on parade day, including Victory Beer Hall, PBR Philly, NBC Sports Arena, 1100 Social, and the Broad Street Bullies Pub. Try Broad Street Bullies, which has 48 taps and tavern fare like burgers and buffalo chicken sandwiches.

Chickie's & Pete's

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If joining fellow Eagles fans filling up on crab fries is more important to you than being directly on Broad Street, head to this Philly sports bar institution. You’ll still be right near the start of the parade. And you’ll have crab fries.

La Rosa Pizzeria

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Pop in for a quick slice of pizza at La Rosa, where the pies are thick and square-cut. That should balance out any free Bud Light you find along the way.

Broad Street Diner

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Get a perfect view of the parade at this 24-hour diner. Extra team spirit points for ordering scrapple.

City Diner & Cocktail Bar

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Classic diners are beloved. Classic diners-slash-cocktail bars are divine. This is the spot to order Belgian waffles with a Manhattan on the side. Yes, that’s a thing — or should be.

Blue Duck on Broad

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The Center City outpost of Northeast Philly’s Blue Duck opens at noon, which might just be perfect timing to catch the mayhem outside as it rolls past. This is a great pit stop for short rib mac and cheese with a side of beer.

Tavern on Broad

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Tavern on Broad is a basement college sports bar set in the heart of the city. It’s expansive, and a full-fledged group sing-along to “Sweet Caroline” is almost guaranteed. It is possible to miss the parade once inside (though you’re sure to hear it).

The Palm Philadelphia

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Power lunch during the parade, anyone? The Palm offers a three-course meal for $26, so fans can mark the occasion like a high roller without spending like one.

XIX (Nineteen)

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The top of the Hyatt will provide a bird’s-eye view to see the action below. There’s also a power prix fixe lunch, and high tea from 2-4 p.m.

This centrally located Wawa will be the spot to grab Gatorade and snacks while waiting for the Eagles to ride by.

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Dilworth Park Cafe

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The parade will pass by Dilworth Park, right in front of City Hall, and pro tip: the casual cafe here serves wine, beer, and cocktails after 5 p.m. Not a bad place to wind up after the festivities.

Con Murphy's Irish Pub

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The Irish bar on the Parkway, Con Murphy’s is the place to be if you fancy a pint. Guinness always tastes like victory.

Mace's Crossing

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A dive bar near the parade’s end? Yes, please. At Mace’s, everyone knows each other and you’ll fit right in.

TGI Fridays

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If there’s a time to celebrate with a Jack Daniel’s Burger, this could be it. But the main attraction here will be the cocktails. With a tropical-heavy drink menu, this will be the spot to pretend it’s warmer outside than it actually is.

Urban Farmer

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Assembly, the bar on top of the Logan hotel, will have sweeping views of the parade below. Of course, tables are already all claimed (although there’s bar space to squeeze into). Fans might have better luck getting a seat at the hotel’s Urban Farmer steakhouse.

Xfinity Live

Fuel up before heading out to watch the action. All five bars at Xfinity Live will be open from 8 a.m. on parade day, including Victory Beer Hall, PBR Philly, NBC Sports Arena, 1100 Social, and the Broad Street Bullies Pub. Try Broad Street Bullies, which has 48 taps and tavern fare like burgers and buffalo chicken sandwiches.

Chickie's & Pete's

If joining fellow Eagles fans filling up on crab fries is more important to you than being directly on Broad Street, head to this Philly sports bar institution. You’ll still be right near the start of the parade. And you’ll have crab fries.

La Rosa Pizzeria

Pop in for a quick slice of pizza at La Rosa, where the pies are thick and square-cut. That should balance out any free Bud Light you find along the way.

Broad Street Diner

Get a perfect view of the parade at this 24-hour diner. Extra team spirit points for ordering scrapple.

City Diner & Cocktail Bar

Classic diners are beloved. Classic diners-slash-cocktail bars are divine. This is the spot to order Belgian waffles with a Manhattan on the side. Yes, that’s a thing — or should be.

Blue Duck on Broad

The Center City outpost of Northeast Philly’s Blue Duck opens at noon, which might just be perfect timing to catch the mayhem outside as it rolls past. This is a great pit stop for short rib mac and cheese with a side of beer.

Tavern on Broad

Tavern on Broad is a basement college sports bar set in the heart of the city. It’s expansive, and a full-fledged group sing-along to “Sweet Caroline” is almost guaranteed. It is possible to miss the parade once inside (though you’re sure to hear it).

The Palm Philadelphia

Power lunch during the parade, anyone? The Palm offers a three-course meal for $26, so fans can mark the occasion like a high roller without spending like one.

XIX (Nineteen)

The top of the Hyatt will provide a bird’s-eye view to see the action below. There’s also a power prix fixe lunch, and high tea from 2-4 p.m.

Wawa

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This centrally located Wawa will be the spot to grab Gatorade and snacks while waiting for the Eagles to ride by.

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Dilworth Park Cafe

The parade will pass by Dilworth Park, right in front of City Hall, and pro tip: the casual cafe here serves wine, beer, and cocktails after 5 p.m. Not a bad place to wind up after the festivities.

Con Murphy's Irish Pub

The Irish bar on the Parkway, Con Murphy’s is the place to be if you fancy a pint. Guinness always tastes like victory.

Mace's Crossing

A dive bar near the parade’s end? Yes, please. At Mace’s, everyone knows each other and you’ll fit right in.

TGI Fridays

If there’s a time to celebrate with a Jack Daniel’s Burger, this could be it. But the main attraction here will be the cocktails. With a tropical-heavy drink menu, this will be the spot to pretend it’s warmer outside than it actually is.

Urban Farmer