If you can’t be in Houston for the Super Bowl, then a Toronto bar might just be the next best place to catch all the action as The Falcons take on the Patriots.
The Toronto bars score big points for their big screens, tailgate menus, buffets, drinks specials, prizes, giveaways and more.
Catch all the Super Bowl excitement at these Toronto bars.
This tailgate party kicks-off at 3 pm with games, raffles, and unlimited party snacks from The Good Son included with every ticket. Come game time, watch the game streaming on 10 HD TVs and an HD projector.
Address: 456 Wellington Street West, Toronto
Secure your seat with a $20 voucher sold in advance of the big game, then redeem it for food and drink on game day at this Bloorcourt bar.
Address: 834 Bloor Street West, Toronto
The guys from J & J Bar-B-Que are teaming up with this Queen East saloon for a Super Bowl pop-up. Look forward to watching the game at this raucous venue with Texas-style ribs and brisket brought in from the Kensington Market smokehouse.
Address: 725 Queen Street East, Toronto
It’s game on at this King West bar where you can watch the game on 17 TVs and 3 projectors. Also look forward to a Super Bowl menu including taco station, a touchdown dance video booth, games, beer specials, and more.
Address: 522 King Street West, Toronto
Get to this Dundas West sports bar early to score a seat as it’s first-come-first-served basis. For the Super Bowl expect prizes, giveaways, and games all day long.
Address: 1166 Dundas Street West, Toronto
This Indie88 party will transform The Drake Underground
Address: 1150 Queen Street West, Toronto
Big TVs, big sound, and BIG super stacked hoagies are all part of the celebrations for the big day. Doors open at noon in advance of the pre-show airing as of 3 pm.
Address: 1280 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Super Bowl Sunday at this Queen East pub entails a chili bar… and BBQ. Also, games and the promise of big prizes.
Address: 500 Queen Street East, Toronto
Like the ultimate rec room, this place is outfitted with 11 big screens, surround sound, a projector, ping pong, darts, and giant Jenga. Expect a complimentary Coors Light on arrival, snack platters, swag, prizes, and more.
Address: 250 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
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Ten TVs around the bar, a free halftime buffet and prizes throughout the evening are what’s in store at this Super Bowl party on the east side.
Address: 1225 Queen Street East, Toronto
Win some cash playing Super Bowl Squares at this Irish pub where they’ll be handing out cash prizes at the end of each quarter.
Address: 310 Front Street, Toronto
The Kensington Market bar will be dishing out free chili dogs and $5 Jagar and Jamy shots all while watching the game and playing Superbowl Squares.
Address: 170 Baldwin Street, Toronto
Big screens throughout the bar, BBQ on the rooftop patio, and the opportunity to win prizes with the purchase of Bud bottles makes this venue a top spot to catch the game in Yorkville.
Address: 142 Cumberland Street, Toronto
The CityPlace pub starts pre-gaming at 4 pm with a an ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT pig roast buffet on for $25 plus a day full of games, prizes, and swag.
The Toronto Gay Football League hosts this Super Bowl party in The Village. Door prizes, football trivia, free nachos, and Gaga at half-time practically ensure this party will be a good time.
Address: 518 Church Street, Toronto
Kick-off for this Super Bowl shindig is at 4:30 pm. There’s a $40 cover at the door which gains access to an ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT buffet and three domestic drinks.
Address: 117 John Street, Toronto
Settle in for a feast at Financial District hotel where $45 buys a spread of wings, poutine, chili, onion rings, chips, veggies and nachos. Get it with a round of domestic bottles are a table of four for $69.
Address: 1 King Street West, Toronto
Catch the big game along with beers and BBQ at this East York sports bar. The 7000 sq. ft. space boasts 42 HD TVs and a menu full of burgers, wings and ribs.
Address: 1660 O’Connor Drive, North York
Super Sunday at this sports bar on Roncy offers all the fanfare you could ask for on game day. Watch the game on a collection of big screens while taking down your own adversaries; wings, brats, chili, quesadillas, and craft beer specials.
Address: 331 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto
Get into the Super Bowl spirit at Toronto’s first LGBT sports bar that’s accepting reservations for the big day. On the game day menu, Mac ‘N Cheese, Mozzarella Sticks, 20% off wings, deals on select beer brands, and more.
Address: 31 St. Joseph Street, Toronto