What Delaware bars have best food and drink specials for Eagles game? We found out. – The News Journal


After last weekend’s epic double doink sent the Philadelphia Eagles into Sunday’s divisional game against the New Orleans Saints, let’s do it again!

Sure, some fans are superstitious and will be in the same seat they were in when Chicago Bears placekicker Cody Parkey’s 43-yard field goal attempt was blocked to end the game.

But if you feel like a change of scenery and are on a budget, we’ve collected food and drink specials from 20 bars and restaurants from across the state.

So bring an empty stomach and a good luck charm for the 4:40 p.m. game and maybe Eagles quarterback Nick Foles will once again work his playoff magic.

Bank Shots Rt 40 (2689 Pulaski Highway, Glasgow): $2 Bud and Bud Lights along with $3 “Eagle shots.” With a sound system from Kennett Square’s Audiofirm, owner Scott Cahill says, “You can hear the game all the way down Route 40!”

BBC Tavern and Grill (4019 Kennett Pike, Greenville): Beef and shrimp tacos ($3) and wings (Thai, buffalo or barbecue, $1 each) will be paired with Miller Lite ($3), Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA ($4) and Pinnacle flavored vodka drinks ($6). Also, all specialty 12-ounce bottles will be $4.

Big Chill Surf Cantina (19406 Del. 1, Rehoboth Beach area): Miller Lite cans and drafts ($3) and all bombs are $5.50. The Taco Reho food truck out front will be slingin’ The Philly Special: a cheesesteak burrito filled with ribeye steak, poblano peppers and onions served with queso cheese, French fries and jalapeño ketchup.

Chelsea Tavern (821 N Market St., Wilmington): $5 cheesesteaks, $2 soft pretzels, $3 Yards Philadelphia Pale Ale pounders and all 31 craft drafts for $4.

Dead Presidents (618 N. Union St., Wilmington): Special food items include buffalo bread (fresh roll topped with buffalo sauce, sour cream, bleu cheese crumbles and mozzarella, $6), chili cheese fries ($8), pulled pork sliders ($7.50), hot dog ($6), ribs ($8) and flatbread pizza ($6). Their 23-ounce Miller Lite or Yuengling Drafts will be $2.50.

Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats (320 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach): All appetizers are half price.

EasySpeak (586 Del. 14, Milford): “Eagle shots and cocktails” will be $5 with $1 jumbo smoked wings, $5 jalapeño poppers and $5 nachos. Also, all pizzas are 25 percent off.

Ernest & Scott Taproom (902 N Market St, Wilmington): A quarter rack rib plate ($7) is one special along with $3 off appetizers such as Parmesan truffle fries, chips and guacamole, chicken or steak quesadillas, chicken wings, crispy calamari, barbecue chicken empanadas. Build-your-own-buckets (any four 12-ounce bottles) will be available. Goose Island IPA and Yards Philadelphia Pale Ale 32-ounce pitchers ($7) or 60 ounces ($13) will also be up for grabs.

Gary’s Dewey Beach Grill (2000 Del. 1, Dewey Beach):  Domestic beers will be $3 with all 38°-75° Brewing drafts $5.

Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille (307 Rocky Run Parkway, Talleyville) All appetizers are half price. Drink specials include $3 pints of Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light and Yuengling. Also, $4 “No Way Jose Ritas” and $4 glasses of Canyon Road Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Grotto Pizza (45 E Main St., Newark): Gulp $4 22-ounce Big Beers filled with Coors Light or Miller Lite. Gameday menu features five items including a junior cheese pizza ($6), pretzels with cheese ($6.99) and a chili dog ($6).

Hammerheads Dewey Beach (1818 Del. 1, Dewey Beach): $2.50 Coors Light and Miller Lite drafts, $3 Lagunitas drafts, $5 bombs, $5 Deep Eddy vodka drinks and $10 Miller Lite pitchers. Among the food specials: $7 meatloaf or sloppy joe sliders. 

Irish Eyes Pub & Restaurant (213 Anglers Rd, Lewes): $1 Pabst Blue Ribbon drafts — regular color or dyed green. And going with the green theme, $2 Rolling Rock bottles. Full Blood Mary menu ($6-$13), $2 mimosas and $5 Captain Morgan drinks. Other discounted beers include $2.50 Miller Lite, Coors Light, Yuengling drafts and more. Regular football menu featuring 10 appetizers including oysters, mussels, clams, nachos, shrimp, pretzels ($6-$11) along with meals such as a sirloin burger ($11), brisket sliders ($10) and chili dogs ($11). 

Overtime Bar & Grill (105 Kirkwood Square, Stanton): 75-cent wings along with $3 Bloody Marys, $3 Labatt drafts, $4 22-ounce Coors Light drafts, $5 mimosas and $2.50 Miller Lite and Coors Light bottles.

Rehoboth Ale House (15 Wilmington Ave, Rehoboth Beach): $5 mimosas and Bloody Marys all day along with Stateside Vodka cocktails for $7.

Rockford Tavern (1705 Lovering Ave., Wilmington) and all Famous Taverns: The first 100 customers at each Famous Tavern and Rockford Tavern will receive a free Eagles T-shirt. $2 Bud Lights with all other beers $3. You can bring your own food or order delivery straight into the bar.

Six Paupers Tavern & Restaurant (7465 Lancaster Pike, Hockessin): Wings are half price and roast beef sandwiches are $5. Miller Lite and Yuengling drafts are $3.

Skipjack Dining (401 Louviers Dr., near Newark): Special menu features eight items: chicken wings, blackened beef filet nachos, hot roast beef sandwich, seafood imperial melt, cheesesteak, pulled barbecue pork sliders, double hot dog or smoked salmon sliders. $3 Miller Genuine Drafts and $3 Dos Equis. 

Stitch House Brewery (829 N. Market St, Wilmington): Select Stitch House drafts are $4 with a $5 Bloody Mary and mimosa bar. Bonus: crowlers are buy two and get a third for half price.

Ubon Thai Cuisine (936 Justison St., Wilmington): Ko Yao (crispy fish fingers and calamari rings, $6), crispy veggie spring rolls ($6), Kicken Chicken (crispy chicken tossed in sweet chili, $7), wings ($7), coconut shrimp ($7), Thai Ta-tas (crispy tater tots topped with queso blanco, chili flakes and scallions, $7). Five specialty cocktails will be $7 with rail mixers ($5) and sangria ($5) also on special. All wine glasses are $1 off.

Contact Ryan Cormier of The News Journal at rcormier@delawareonline.com or (302) 324-2863. Follow him on Facebook (@ryancormier), Twitter (@ryancormier) and Instagram (@ryancormier).

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