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5 new bars to watch Blue Jays games in Toronto

The sports bar is an evolving concept in Toronto. Once dominated by sprawling pubs with satellite TVs and cover charges, the new breed are a mix of bars, pubs and restaurants that have other amenities besides just a big screen. The places on this list may not have hundreds of TV screens or even identify as a sports bar, but they're all decent spots to settle in to watch Bautista and the boys do their thing.

Here's a round-up of new bars, pubs and restaurants to watch Blue Jays games in Toronto.

Round the Horn
This newish Roncy bar is a good place to catch the game on the west side. Local craft beer brands dominate the menu, and baseball-approved snacks like popcorn and hotdogs are plentiful.

Dominion Pub & Kitchen
The newest incarnation of this Corktown mainstay is filled with tufted leather sofas, big screens and enough brews on tap to keep any sports fan happy.

Cactus Club
This restaurant in the Financial District has plenty of seats around the bar to catch the game and imbibe in beer, wine, cocktails and a menu overseen by celeb chef Rob Feenie.

Two Headed Dog
This Little India pub is equipped with all the game day essentials: big screens, craft brews and a menu stacked with comfort food.

Point Bar
The Little Italy sports bar in the space that was once home to Snakes & Lagers serves up food and drinks with a French twist. The Jays compete with Euro soccer for attention here.

Photo of Round the Horn by Jesse Milns.


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