The Boozy Mutt ( 2639 Poplar St.) , a bar and restaurant that doubles as an off-leash dog park which welcomes in dogs (and humans) of all shapes and sizes, is hosting their inaugural Wooder Bowl — a play on Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl — on Super Bowl Sunday, February 11th from 1 to 5 p.m. at the restaurant located at 2639 Poplar Street, which is on the border of Philadelphia’s Brewerytown & Fairmount neighborhoods. The event is presented by Philly-based social media brand Wooder Ice and comes with a focus on getting senior dogs from ACCT Philly adopted, as well as supporting ACCT Philly’s YODA Fund helping fund medically urgent care for dogs.
The Boozy Mutt is a 6,500 square-foot property which includes an expansive 3,120 square-foot artificial grass yard, and a two-story brick building complete with a restaurant, private event space, retail merchandise area, a dog wash room, and large flatscreen TVs throughout for watching the big game. The 140-seat restaurant and bar offers menus for both humans and dogs. It is the first bar and restaurant in the state of Pennsylvania to allow dogs indoors and outdoors off-leash.
On Super Bowl Sunday, The Boozy Mutt will feature a number of initiatives to raise money to benefit ACCT Philly, with a goal of getting as many senior dogs adopted as possible. There will be the official launch of the Dog Tag Wall, where guests can purchase personalized dog tags with proceeds going directly to ACCT Philly. There will also be complimentary “woofer ice,” a house-made frozen treat consisting of watermelon ice cubes and unsweetened whipped cream, for all dogs who arrive in football gear. And from February 11th through March 11th, $1 from each sale of The Boozy Mutt’s Fairmount Fries, Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and Mulled Wine will be donated to ACCT Philly.
The Boozy Mutt will also host a Super Bowl “Watch Pawty” following The Wooder Bowl, with additional food & drink specials. The big game’s audio will be on through the duration.
You don’t need a dog to join in on the fun. Dog lovers are always welcome and puppy love is always free.