It’s that time of year and as always, View the VIBE has put together the ultimate list of where to watch the Super Bowl in Toronto. Surprise, surprise the New England Patriots in yet another Super Bowl will face the Los Angeles Rams for the 53rd NFL Super Bowl LIII on Febraury 3rd, 2019 – Kickoff at 6:30pm.
Do yourself a favour this this year and forget hosting your own Super Bowl party. The big game is meant to be shared with a crowd and energy you can only get from hundreds of screaming fans and healthy game day rivalries. We’ve rounded up all the best places to watch this year’s Super Bowl LIII in Toronto with the city’s staples along with some new joints worth checking out. Enjoy (and go Rams)!
View the VIBE’s best places to catch Super Bowl LIII in Toronto
Hosting their 2nd Annual Super Bowl extravaganza, Love Child has some great game day specials including all you can eat pizza, chili , grilled cheese, hot dogs, nachos, cupcakes and all sorts of yummy snacks. Big screen TVs and HD projectors throughout the venue with seating for 350 people. Drink Specials, games and Raffles. Tailgate party starting at 4:30pm. All this for only $20 which includes a free tall boy or you can book awesome group packages. To book or learn more, check out their Eventbrite page >>
The quintessential sports bar at Maple Leafs Square and one of my personal faves. Here you’ll never miss a moment of the action with over 200 HD TVs and monster 39ft big screen. The only downfall is they ‘re usually booked up a year in advance. With a $20.00 cover on Super Bowl day, you’d better get there quick ‘cause it’s going to be standing room only for the lucky few who make it in. If you do make it, I promise it’ll be worth it and you’ll get to enjoy an unmatched vibe along with tons of great food + drink specials plus interactive activities and photo opps.
Taking it to a more intimate spot, you’re not going to want to miss this one! Petty Cash is bringing out all the stops with a featured Super Bowl menu, unlimited nachos, $20 mix & match beer buckets, a chance to win authentic NFL jerseys & so much more! Just make sure you show up 20 minutes prior to kick off or your reservation cannot be honored. No OpenTable reservations will be taken for this event, unfortunately. Reservations must be made by contacting dirk@
Assembly Chef’s Hall is taking game day seriously this year. It’s not just the Super Bowl at Assembly, it’s the SUPPER BOWL. Meaning, not only do you get to watch the big game on their large Beer Hall screens, but you actually get to enjoy great food, drink specials, and a chance to win NFL jerseys. After the game, stick around for the post-game party with a live DJ until close. Pre-game party starts at 3:00 PM. Please RSVP through Facebook or Eventbrite.
MARBOWL SUNDAY – Get your game face on and your appetite ready! In celebration of Super Bowl Sunday, MARBL is offering a $35-dollar buffet, so that you can focus all your attention on the game and forget about what’s on the menu. Super Bowl LIII at MARBL kicks off at 4:00 PM and runs till late. Reservations are recommended and can be made by contacting, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Obviously, nothing on this earth pairs better with football than a ice cold beer, and Northern Maverick Brewing Co. has you covered. Located on Bathurst just north of King Street, all beer served on tap in their 400-seat restaurant is brewed in their on-site brewery. For Super Bowl Sunday, Northern Maverick is offering $5 tulips of lager and $5 Jack Daniels shots. Pair your drinks with classic Super Bowl eats with a unique twist like the “Hot” Mango Habanero Fried Chicken Wings, and Bacon Popcorn. The restaurant’s laid back vibe makes Northern Maverick the perfect place to cheer on your team with a pint of Canadian craft beer for Super Bowl LIII.
Spend Super Bowl Sunday the right way at the official Budweiser Super Bowl Viewing Party at Rebel. Toronto’s premier entertainment complex, this is the city’s biggest viewing party on a massive 34 ft. widescreen TV featuring food stations, beer and drink specials, a performance by cover band Lindsay Brohan and a chance to win a trip to the winning city! Lineup your plans soon as tickets claimed in advance are free and doors open early on February 3rd at 2pm. For tickets: https://www.universe.
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 LIII. This year enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet, DJ, tons of prizes and drink specials Sponsored by Labatt. while you watch the Rams and Patriots in action. Between the superb food, service, and TVs galore, this bar is a staple for sports. Period. Save $10 when you get your game day tickets in advance. You can get them here on Eventbrite.
Where the beer is always cold and snacks are plenty, Batch has the big game playing on all of their big screens for Super Bowl Sunday. Get in the game spirit early with a 2pm beer pong tournament ($15 for a team of two). As with all Super Bowls, food is of course a game day highlight! Batch’s regular menu will be served featuring signature favourites like dill pickle chicken wings, ribs and the Batch burger! Lots of cool prizes are available to be won. For tickets: https://www.
If your a Patriots fan, than this is the place for you. Wahlburgers will be #PatsCentralTO and they’re pulling out a lot of cool stuff this year for the big game. What to expect? Free cover, Free passed snacks, Live DJ, Patriot-themed ‘Gronk’ burgers and loads of giveaways & swag for Super Bowl LIII. And leading up to the Super Bowl, Wahlburgers Instagram is running a 12 Days of Pats Giveaway – where you can win Patriots swag and VIP packages to the big game!
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. 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? Then Rally Sports Bar is your ticket to a Super Bowl to remember. With buffet + drink specials, TVs everywhere, and the big mama projector screen, it’s a great place to watch without trekking your way downtown.
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 some cool prizes.
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.
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