Best Restaurants & Bars to Watch the Super Bowl in Toronto

If you weren’t lucky enough to score tickets to the actual game, I’ve got the top 5 places in the city to watch the Super Bowl.

RS (Real Sports)

15 York Street, Toronto, ON M5J 0A3

Go big or go home. Real Sports is big enough to hold almost all the sports fans in the city. Momofuku's David Chang was wowed by the wings. and they've got a HD TV screen that's two-stories high. That combined with one of the biggest sports events of the year and you've got yourself probably the most epic place to watch the Superbowl, except at the game itself.

Brazen Head Irish Pub

165 East Liberty St, Toronto, ON M6K 3K4

Tailgating is an American tradition that is quickly taking hold north of the border. These social gatherings happen over open car or truck tailgates, and almost always involve food made on the BBQ, alongside lots of booze. Irish pub Brazen Head of all people have decided to hold a tailgating party on Super Bowl Sunday. The festivities start at 4pm and will include wings, burgers and hot dogs and of course enough beer and bevvies to please all. Chances are, once you experience a tailgate party, you'll want to make it an annual event

Rally Sports Bar

1660 O'Connor Dr, North York, ON M4A 1W4

In addition to all your game-watching favourite foods and drinks, Rally Sports Bar is has a ton of giveaways and prizes to be won on Sunday. Reserve your seats today so you don’t miss out on all the excitement!

Wayne Gretzky's Toronto

99 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 9G9

For the last ten years, Wayne Gretzky’s has been home to one of the biggest Super Bowl parties of the year. It’s no wonder – you can indulge in the all-you-can eat Football Fare buffet for just $25 and eat a host of items such as burgers, wings, chili and nachos. Included in the price, you get entered for door prizes, with the grand prize of an iPad and a draw for “Best Seats in the House” prior to kick-off.

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