The Best Toronto Sports Bars to Watch the FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 kicks off Sunday, November 20th, and Canada is making their first appearance in over 35 years! We’ve created a list of the best sports bars and more to cheer on Team Canada as they look to stun top-level competition!

Quesada Burritos and Tacos

Here’s a deal worth cheering for: you only have to pay $1 for a delicious taco at Quesada when Canada’s national teams play! Quesada encourages fans to cheer on the women’s and men’s national soccer teams throughout November and December, one taco at a time!

Where: multiple locations, click here for the full list!

When: Game days until Sunday, December 1st.

Price: $.

Visit their website for more information!

 

The Pint Public House

With two floors full of fun, The Pint Public House is more than just a great place to catch the game; they’ve got billiards, arcade machines, and modern twists on pub food staples including chicken tinga tacos, butter chicken poutine, and wagyu beef burgers!

Where: 277 Front St W, Toronto, ON, M5V 2X4.

Price: $$.

Visit their website for more information!

 

RS (formerly Real Sports)

Executive chef Jamie Robb is whipping up creations like this, the pierogi hot dog, at RS (formerly known as Real Sports). If you’re not at the game, this is as close as you can be (it’s in Maple Leaf Square!), with their giant televisions always showing, you guessed it, live sports

Where: 15 York St, Toronto, ON, M5J 2Z2.

Price: $$-$$$.

Visit their website for more information!

 

The Craft Brasserie & Grill

Liberty Village’s home to over 120 Draught Craft Brews, The Craft Brasserie & Grille is a great place to catch Canada this World Cup! Their fare is a bit more upscale than traditional pub food, and they’re launching a new winter menu this coming Monday, so stay tuned! 

Where: 107 Atlantic Ave, Toronto, ON, M6K 1Y2.

Price: $$.

Visit their website for more information!

Café Diplomatica

You knew this one was going to be on here: The Dip is an iconic Toronto destination located in the heart of Little Italy. Despite Italy not qualifying for this year’s cup (the bracket was set up really weird), this is still one of the best places to catch a game, and grab a delicious slice or pie!

Where: 594 College St, Toronto, ON, M6G 1B3.

Price: $-$$.

Visit their website for more information!

 

Beertown Public House

Yeah, that’s a flight of thirty beers. You can get that at Beertown while you and your friends cheer on team Canada and make up for Qatar’s ban on alcohol at stadiums. Nonetheless, Beertown has multiple locations, tons of great pub food, and a dedicated plant-based menu! 

Where: multiple locations, click here for the full list!

Price: $$.

Visit their website for more information!

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