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The Best Places to Watch the FIFA World Cup in Toronto

The Best Places to Watch the FIFA World Cup in Toronto

The Best Places to Watch the FIFA World Cup in Toronto

The World Cup in Qatar means group stage games start bright and early at 5 a.m. and are staggered every 3 hours until afternoon games start at 2 p.m. Ontario has given bars and restaurants extended licences to begin serving alcohol at 7 a.m., so there is plenty of time to cheer on your favourite team. Her are some of the best places to watch the FIFA World Cup in Toronto.

255 Bremner Blvd

The Rec Room

The Rec Room

This huge mecca to all things gaming has a large viewing room tucked away in the back with a giant big screen. Even if your favourite squad isn't living up to expectations, you can always take out your frustrations by beating your best mate at Pacman.

1100 Queen St W

The Dog and Bear

The Dog and Bear

England soccer fans will feel at home at this Queen West pub. Dog and Bear pumps up the sound during matches and will be opening early for all the "Three Lions" games. They offer an extensive menu with something for everyone, including British classics like bangers and mash and fish and chips.

484 A Front St E

The Aviary

The Aviary

This brewery and sports bar in the Canary District is a sports lovers' dream. They've got plenty of TVs across the sprawling, well-lit room, so no matter where you sit, you'll be able to catch all the action. The Aviary already has a great brunch menu, so you can coat your stomach properly.

165 E Liberty St

Brazen Head Irish Pub

Brazen Head Irish Pub

This multi-level bar and restaurant is usually a hot spot for TFC fans, given its proximity to BMO Field, but it'll be booming during the World Cup. They've created a special burger in honour of Canada's star player. The "Davies Burger" comes with maple bacon, Canadian cheddar, whisky, maple braised onions, lettuce and mustard aioli.

594 College St

Cafe Diplomatico

Cafe Diplomatico

Probably Toronto's most famous spot for soccer fans. Cafe Dip, as it's' colloquially known, goes all out for the World Cup. They've enclosed their side patio and added extra televisions, plus they will be closing down the side street beside the restaurant, adding an additional outdoor space to catch all the action. This is a spot for fans of all the teams to come together and enjoy the beautiful game.

The Best Places to Watch the FIFA World Cup in Toronto

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The Best Places to Watch the FIFA World Cup in Toronto

Brianne Shuhany

Brianne Shuhany

The World Cup in Qatar means group stage games start bright and early at 5 a.m. and are staggered every 3 hours until afternoon games start at 2 p.m. Ontario has given bars and restaurants extended licences to begin serving alcohol at 7 a.m., so there is plenty of time to cheer on your favourite team. Her are some of the best places to watch the FIFA World Cup in Toronto.

594 College St

Cafe Diplomatico

Cafe Diplomatico

Probably Toronto's most famous spot for soccer fans. Cafe Dip, as it's' colloquially known, goes all out for the World Cup. They've enclosed their side patio and added extra televisions, plus they will be closing down the side street beside the restaurant, adding an additional outdoor space to catch all the action. This is a spot for fans of all the teams to come together and enjoy the beautiful game.