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The Best Places to Watch Sports Games in Toronto

The Best Places to Watch Sports Games in Toronto

The Best Places to Watch Sports Games in Toronto

Sports are finally back and fans are ecstatic. After months of waiting and determining the best way to resume sports seasons, the logistics are worked out and sports have returned after the long hiatus. Previously, teams were holding individual workouts in their facilities. For some leagues like the NBA, training camps started earlier this summer to allow players to practice and play with other teams while having minimum contact with the outside world. There are countless live games each day and fans are loving the sports overload. Basketball, soccer and hockey fans are getting their sports fix.

Though you can watch in the comfort of your home, those who miss the energy of watching sports games surrounded by fans who support their local team can still get that experience. Several sports bars around the city offer either socially distanced indoor seating or spacious outdoor seating with views of multiple screens. If you are in the mood to enjoy the game over a pint and a pound of wings, check out this list. There are sports bars scattered across the city and there may be one right around the corner from you.

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18 King St E

Beerbistro

Beerbistro
Specializing in food paired with, cooked with and inspired by beer, Beerbistro houses 22 rotating tap beers and over 100 bottled varietals. The beer-tinged menu features bar food favourites including, buffalo wings, beer-broth steamed mussels and their favourite Belgian frites.
The Best Places to Watch Sports Games in Toronto

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3 months ago

The Best Places to Watch Sports Games in Toronto

Nadia Boachie

Nadia Boachie

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Sports are finally back and fans are ecstatic. After months of waiting and determining the best way to resume sports seasons, the logistics are worked out and sports have returned after the long hiatus. Previously, teams were holding individual workouts in their facilities. For some leagues like the NBA, training camps started earlier this summer to allow players to practice and play with other teams while having minimum contact with the outside world. There are countless live games each day and fans are loving the sports overload. Basketball, soccer and hockey fans are getting their sports fix.

Though you can watch in the comfort of your home, those who miss the energy of watching sports games surrounded by fans who support their local team can still get that experience. Several sports bars around the city offer either socially distanced indoor seating or spacious outdoor seating with views of multiple screens. If you are in the mood to enjoy the game over a pint and a pound of wings, check out this list. There are sports bars scattered across the city and there may be one right around the corner from you.