Just in time for the NFL’s opening weekend, Center City’s best sports bar and beer hall is ready to open its doors with an all new beer program, menu, and stunning 35 televisions.
On Friday, September 7 at 5 p.m., Field House, will officially be the ultimate destination for sports enthusiasts.
“We have become a go-to venue for watching sports and, since Philadelphians love to enjoy great food and drink during those events, we turned up the volume with an extensive selection of craft and domestic beers and a great new menu,” says Beer Steward Andy Farrell, who created Field House’s 40-tap system with nearly 90% of the beers sourced from within 100 miles of Philadelphia.
Chef Brown, who most recently served as executive chef at Opa, will create a menu of tasty pub food, highlighted by a few iconic Philadelphia food items such as scrapple, Taylor ham, an elevated cheese steak, a classic roast pork sandwich and a historic tavern tradition: chicken salad with fried oysters. Farrell’s veritable beer selection will be the perfect complement to the new menu and guests can also enjoy an array of affordable wines by the glass and enticing cocktails.
The Field House, located one block from the Convention Center, boasts Center City’s largest television for sports viewing: a 14’ x 8’ projection screen on the first floor. Guests can cheer on their favorite teams from the long, curving bar with over 40 stools, at one of six long wooden communal tables flanked with benches or while at a comfortable booth. No matter where you take in the action at Field House, you’ll have a great seat. In addition, four private viewing rooms, slated to be ready for October, will allow guests to reserve space for a fun get together with family and friends or to host a business meeting.
“Our goal is to create sports bar with a food and beer experience that Philadelphians can relate to and be proud of, and that conventioneers from around the country can go home raving about,” says Farrell.
Field House will serve dinner seven days a week beginning at 5 p.m. Lunch will be served starting the week of September 17. For more information about Field House, or to make a reservation, please call (215) 629-1520, visit www.fieldhousephilly.com and follow Field House on Facebook (Field House) and Twitter (@FieldHousePHL)