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It’s that time of year again — when battle lines are drawn, war paint distinguishes one army from the other, and beer is everywhere! No, it’s not the next federal election… It’s time for Super Bowl LII!
Get out your lucky beer steins, dust off your horned helmet, and start thinking about your excuses for why you’ve got to stay home from work on February 5th. Given that most of us don’t have cable and, really, this is an event that should be enjoyed with a group, we’ve rounded up all the best places to watch the Super Bowl LII in Toronto on Sunday, February 4th.
View the VIBE takes a look at 12 great places to catch Super Bowl LII in Toronto
The quintessential sports bar at Maple Leafs Square, you’ll never miss a moment of the action with their 199 HD TVs. That’s more than most Future Shops, FYI. With a $10.00 cover, you’d better get there quick ‘cause most years it’s standing room only. If you do make it, you’ll enjoy tons of great deals on food and drink plus interactive activities like an NFL themed photo booth and a football toss at the main entrance.
It’s a tex-mex style Tailgate Party in Cityplace! Get $2.50 rail, $5 draft beers, $15 pitchers, TEXAS-SIZED eats and MUCHO fundido Super Bowl games involving footballs, piñatas & plenty of prizes! Book your table now to snatch up the best seats in the house in front of our big screens! Or RSVP now for entry to the partay. Hurry though – limited spots available.
Where the beer is cold, the snacks are plenty & the big game is playing on ALL of their gigantic screens. Book your table to get the best seats in the house, plus enjoy complimentary entry to our tailgate party downstairs with welcome beer-based cocktails and snacks on us, a whole lot of games (beer pong, fooseball, table tennis, super bowl style cornhole, to name a few) & prizes.
Spend your Super Bowl Sunday amongst hundreds of raging fans (and those pretending but just want to drink and eat Toronto’s best noms). Experience the game on two big screens with chefs creating super bowl themed staples and favourites. You can RSVP on their Facebook page.
Assembly Chef’s Hall will be open 10am to 10pm Sunday February 4th.
Right in the middle of all the action nestled away beside the Rogers Centre, CN Tower & Metro Convention Centre serves up true 20oz pints + 40 mouth-watering sauces & dry rubs for your wings! With $4.40 pints of Bud/Bud light and walls of HDTVs, there’s definitely no bad seat in the house.
A Super Bowl extravaganza at Love Child Social House includes all you can eat game day buffet – Pizza, Chilli , Grilled cheese, Hot Dogs, chips, nachos, salsa and snacks on every table. Big screen TVs and HD projectors throughout the venue with a lot of seating space. Drink Specials, games and Raffles. Tailgate party starting at 3pm. All this for $10 or you can book group packages. Check out their Facebook for more info.
The sports bar meets farmhouse tavern is the only place with big screen TVs on King West between Spadina and Bathurst — crazy right? Not so crazy is that they offer a view of a TV from pretty much any angle and serve damn good food. This year, the party starts at 3pm with complimentary tailgate food stations featuring chili, nachos, and sausage. At 6pm, it’s game time. Walk-ins welcome but a great place for large groups, they’re taking reservations so best get on it quickly!
Do you live North of the city? Rally Sports Bar is your ticket to a Super Bowl to remember. With a $26.00 “all you can eat” buffet, TVs everywhere, and the big mama projector screen, it’s a great place to watch. This Sunday they will have Mill Street girl sampling beer, a football pool, VJ Mike Harding, and lots of giveaways!
The Great One’s bar may be like a miniature Hockey Hall of Fame, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t also one of the best places in Toronto to catch the Super Bowl LII. This year enjoy a $25.00 “all you can eat” buffet while you watch the Seahawks and Patriots in action. Between the superb food, service, and TVs galore, this bar is a staple for sports. Period.
Hogtown Pub & Oysters is a cool spot on College Street, and owner Darryl loves football almost as much as the amazing food he serves. This Sunday head over there for some of the best wings we’ve ever had and watch the game with a cool bunch of peeps. You may even snag a Tony Romo jersey ’cause we hear they’ll be prizing it to one lucky winner!
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