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Where to Watch the Superbowl in Toronto

January 27, 2015

Where to Watch the Superbowl in TorontoLooking for a Superbowl 2015 party in Toronto beyond your couch in your furnished suite? Grab a few of your friends or find new ones at one of these five places hosting some epic superbowl parties or stay in and grab a feast to take-home. What better way to discuss #Deflategate and cheer on your favourite team, regardless of whether the footballs are deflated or not? It is basically your excuse to eat some fabulous BBQ.

1. Real Sports Bar. The perennial sports bar for all major sporting events houses over 47 screens for your viewing pleasure. Chicken wings are the snack of choice here and Real Sports features over 15 different flavours. Take your pick! Reservations recommended for this special event.

2. Big Crow. In genius ideas, Big Crow has crafted up a Big Crow Touchdown BBQ fest for you and your friends. Ribs, pork n beans, fudge brownies and more are available for a minimum 5 person order at $32 per person. Make your order by Thursday January 29th, 2015.

3. Baju BBQ. Caplansky’s newest BBQ joint at the top of the Monarch Tavern is having its first annual Superbowl 2015 party and it features a tap takeover by Great Lakes Brewery. Come for the beer and the game; stay for the BBQ.Where to Watch the Superbowl in Toronto

4. Boots & Bourbon. Leslieville’s saloon, famous for its line dancing, is hosting its Country Tailgate Pig Roast and beer specials, starting at 5pm. Get here early.

5. Barque BBQ. If you’re in the west end, Barque BBQ has one an ultimate pre-order Superbowl menu, including a slider platter for 12 people.

Be sure to check out one of these fun venues on where to watch the Superbowl in Toronto this weekend.

Are you staying in to watch the Superbowl? Do you only watch the half-time show? Will you be going out to watch the game and socialize? Tell us your Superbowl XLIX plans!

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4 Comments

  • Reply Liz January 28, 2015 at 10:58 AM

    McSorleys Wonderful Saloon on Bayview is also an amazing place to watch sports games…. But make a reservation because it fills up fast!

    • Reply delsuites January 28, 2015 at 5:40 PM

      Sounds like another tempting bar to check out! Lobster Mac N Cheese – perhaps a perfect blend of comfort food and watching the most-watched TV event of the year. And with 15 HD TV’s, sounds like you’d be right in the action! Thanks for the recommendation!

  • Reply Vanessa January 28, 2015 at 11:56 AM

    I was both sad and thrilled to NOT see the Loose Moose of Front St on this list. Sad because it is the one and only bar I know in Toronto as it’s so easy to locate and meet up with people there. And thrilled because it’s about as generic as it gets – glad to see some cooler places suggested!

    • Reply delsuites January 28, 2015 at 5:23 PM

      Thanks for the feedback Vanessa! Some of our team members have been to Loose Moose too, so we are happy for your reminder and recommendation! Hopefully our readers can visit The Loose Moose too!

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