Toronto places to watch the Leafs around Yonge and Eglinton

The Leafs have endured one of the longest championship droughts in pro sporting history, but each week there’s almost always a win in store. Check out these bars around Yonge and Eglinton to cheer on the boys in blue and white.

Right Wing Sports Pub

1
2497 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2H6

The number 40 is pretty special here, but unfortunately it doesn’t represent the number of Leafs wins in a season. Instead, 40 is the number of wing flavours on the menu, with the snack on special several times a week. You can watch the game in the main space or rent out the party room, with the latter featuring a grotto-like atmosphere complete with pool tables, dartboards, table tennis and foosball.

Unicorn Pub

2
175 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON M4P 1J4

While you probably won’t spot any mythical horned creatures – or at least, you won’t for your first couple of pints – you will pick up on a friendly place with a laidback vibe. All you have to do is show up and smile and you’ll fit right in, especially during Leafs games. But as friendly as the folks are who frequent this watering hole, you may want to leave your Habs or Bruins jersey at home.

Kramer's Bar & Grill

3
1915 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 1Z3

This place isn’t overly Leafs heavy, as you’ll have to focus on the TVs while the other patrons take part in poker, trivia, live music and karaoke. But the action on the screen needs no language, especially when one of the Buds scores a dramatic goal in overtime. With a decent selection of ice-cold beers, all you have to do is find your favourite seat and start cheering. A plate of wings is always a good bet.

Fox And Firkin

4
51 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON M4P 1G7

It definitely has a sporty vibe to it, although you may have to jostle other patrons in putting the Leafs game on instead of Premiership soccer. With the time difference, though, those occasions will be few and far between and you’ll usually be able to cheer on the hometown team without interruption. They regularly have beer specials so finding one to match what you order from the menu is never a problem. Tip: the burger is the way to go.

The Rose & Crown

5
2335 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2C8

You’ll most definitely get your fill of sports here, but be warned that the bias leans very heavily toward Toronto teams. If you show up in a Montreal jersey, be prepared to have a few jeers tossed your way. The food is a nice mix of higher-quality fare and pub grub and your hardest choice will be deciding between a pound of chicken wings and plate of nachos. Whichever dish you go with, a cold pint is the perfect accompaniment.

Scruffy Murphy's

6
180 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON M4P 1A6

It may be an Irish pub but if there’s one thing the Irish know how to do really well, it’s using the force of beer in helping the home team win. It’s primarily known for hosting live music but if there’s a Leafs game on – particularly if they’re playing a key opponent – chances are better than good the TVs will go up in volume. The noise level in here gets pretty loud but that only adds to the excitement.

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