Where to Eat and Drink While Watching the Phillies in the National League Division Series Tonight

Photo: Distrito

With the Phillies extending their season and heading into the National League Division Series tonight starting at 5:07 p.m., it’s feeling a little bit like de ja vu all over again. And if like many Phils fans without tickets to the big game, you’re looking for a place to kick back with some food and drinks while watching the Phightin’s trounce the Cincinnati Reds, Grub Street has a few suggestions. At Jose Graces’ Distrito, the game — and every one the Phils are in after it — will be shown on three different screens in the downstairs cantina. Upstairs in the lounge, it will be projected on a giant screen. In addition to showing the game, Distrito will also be handing out free cans of Tecate every time the Phillies hit a home run.

• South Philly’s venerable Pub on Passyunk East (aka the Pope) is slinging $2 foot-long wieners during tonight’s game and every post season Phillies playoff game to come.

• At Sampan, Michael Schulson is offering $2 satay, kobe dogs and burgers, and will have the game on outside at Graffiti Bar where the heaters will be on.

Percy Street Barbecue will show the game on TVs at the bar and in the dining room, and is offering an all local draught selection that’s marked down to $3 pint.

• Bob and Barbara’s is showing the game on two flat screen TVs and like any other night, offering fans a can of Pabst Blue Ribbon and a shot of Jim Beam for $3.

Where to Eat and Drink While Watching the Phillies in the National League