Holding on to your cash for an exorbitantly priced beer inside the stadium? You’d be wise to fill up before reaching the gates.
Here’s a guide to the cheap and cheerful options near the Rogers Centre:
Classic old school subs are will crush your hunger before the first pitch or after. The King West outpost is open late! Get the turkey bacon.
Address: 389 King Street West, Toronto
Big bundles of tortilla-wrapped meats, rice, beans, and toppings are available from this popular chain of burrito purveyors located in walking distance of the SkyDome.
Address: 224 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
On the healthier side of the scale, poke and grain bowls, blended smoothies, and good coffee all in one spot.
Address: 367 King Street West, Toronto
Slow roasted meats served fast. Go here for porchetta and/or chicken served in sandwiches, overs salads, and in hearty meat and potato-type combos.
Address: 101 Peter Street, Unit 103, Toronto
For those that like to stick to the familiar, here it is. And, yes we already know the gauc’ costs extra.
Address: 123 Front Street, Toronto
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Wrap your hands around one of these sandwiches piled sky high with sliced smoked meat and mustard. Also on the menu, coffee, beer, salads, and an assortment of other deli sandwiches.
Address: 270 Adelaide Street West, Unit 300, Toronto
Chicken and greens. It’s a cheap and cheerful way to eat lean before heading into the danger zone that is the Rogers Centre where hot dogs and nachos are ready to tempt and every corner.
Address: 330 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
Philly cheese steaks, hoagies, po’ boys and crab fries are all on the menu at this quick service sandwich shop.
Address: 300 Richmond Street West, Unit 102, Toronto
Flakey, golden Australian meat pies are the specialty from this take-out joint just south of Queen. The individually sized pies are available with hearty savoury fillings including minced beef, butter chicken, and curried chickpeas (to name just a few).
Address: 65 Duncan Street, Toronto
This chain of cheap sushi stops has an outlet within walking distance of the Rogers Centre so you can fill up on maki and sake before the baseball game.
Address: 36 Charlotte Street, Toronto
The source for falafels and shaved roasted meats doesn’t have a great track record… but it’s really close to the Rogers Centre so there’s that.
Address: 4K Spadina Avenue, Toronto
Customizable pita wraps start with a choice of grilled meats, sauces, veggies, and toppings. They’ve even got vegan options on the menu.
Address: 318 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
Phone: 416- 595-7181
On a cold day a cup of warm, comforting soup might be the perfect precursor to the ball game. On the menu, find everything fro stews and chowders to broths and bisques.
Address: 322 Adelaide Street, Toronto
Situated super close to the Rogers Centre, this Japanese restaurant offers game day deals like two giant cans of Sapporo with edamame or gyoza from $25.
Address: 325 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto
Fill up with crispy fries, squeeky cheese curds, and gravy smothered in excess toppings like pierogi, or sausage links, or butter chicken… the list goes on.
Address: 218 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
Manhandle your making at this quick-service eatery where Tokyo meets Tijuana. On the menu, sushi burritos, sushi burgers, and poke bowls.
Address: 106 John Street, Toronto
The gangs all here, 24-hours a day at this location from the burger chain. Get yourse;f a rootbeer and a teen burger to satisfy your hunger before or after the ball game.
Address: 8 Mercer Street, Toronto