Best Restaurants & Pubs to Watch Super Bowl 50 - in Toronto

Whether you’re rooting for the Panthers or Broncos, you’re going to want to be close to the action this Sunday for Super Bowl 50. Sure there are a bunch of places around town that will have the game on, but you want the very best spot to watch the teams compete for NFL champion of 2015. With fab food, of course.

The Office Pub

117 John St, Toronto, ON M5V 2E2

The Office is the spot to be thanks to their Tail Gate All-You-Can-Eat Buffet. Covered by your $40 ticket, you get 3 domestic bevvies and your fill of game day faves including beef chili, hot dogs, nachos, pasta, perogies, sliders, spring rolls and wings. Urp. The party starts at 4:30pm and what a party it is - over three floors you can check out three bars, 25 HD screens, drink specials ($4 mixed drinks, $5 pints), prizes (including $500 travel voucher from Flight Center, 50" LED TV), and half time shows complete cheerleaders and burlesque dancers.

The Keating Channel Pub & Grill

2 Villiers St, Toronto, ON M5A 1B1

Come for the food – half price wings, all-you-can-eat spaghetti and meatballs – stay for the prizes, including a Peyton Manning and Richard Sherman official jersey! Just don’t put on the jersey until AFTER you’ve finished eating.

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