The Best Sports Bars in Toronto
The best sports bars in Toronto are loud and rowdy places to catch the game with fellow fans. They run the gamut from massive, modern behemoths to cozier neighbourhood spots, but they all stream games with the sound on and feature an average beer selection and concessions that'll make even ticket holders envious.
Here are the best sports bars in Toronto.
Who needs pay-per-view when regular season games, playoffs, big fights and WWE Raw are all streaming live at this Dundas West bar? Daily beer specials as well as ballpark concessions, like hot dogs smothered in cheese sauce, chili nachos and big league sandwiches keep sports fans happy well into overtime.
Beers and bowling might be the main event at this bar in the Club District, but the multi-storey venue excels at sports-related entertainment of all kinds. It features lots of TVs, making it an excellent destination to take in a major league game; there are even screens by the bowling lanes so it's impossible to miss a touchdown or a goal.
Warm up with a poutine and a Molson Canadian at this hockey-first bar in the heart of Toronto. This is the place to be during playoff games, and while you'll find the place populated with feverishly loyal fans, you might also see the odd American tourist rooting for the opposite team.
This bar has a high score with 120 beers on tap. It's a source of pride for this beer hall in Liberty Village. It also has big screen TVs scattered throughout the space and its menu of beer glazed ribs, sliders and smoked wings up the ante on the average sports bar experience.
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