The Toronto Blue Jays home opener is almost here! The Jays will play their first home game on Monday, April 8th with plenty of other home games to follow this spring and summer.

Whether you’re commuting from outside the city or just want to fill your stomach before the game, you may be looking for somewhere to eat and drink before that first pitch. Here are seven bars near Rogers Centre to grab food and drinks before a Toronto Blue Jays game.

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The Loose Moose


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The Loose Moose is located on Front Street, just steps from one of Roger Centre’s entrances.

This pub has all the classics including burgers, poutine, nachos and tons of shareable apps.

You won’t have to rush if you choose to dine here before a game and you’ll show up satisfied.

Where: The Loose Moose, 146 Front St W

Lulu Bar

Lulu Bar is one of the many options for food and drinks at The Well.

Just a ten minute walk to Rogers Centre, this is a great way to check out The Well if you haven’t yet.

You’re in for a good pre-game meal as Lulu Bar serves food with influences from Asia, Hawaii, California and even British Columbia.

Where: Lulu Bar, The Well, 427 Wellington St W

The Pint

Also located just steps from Rogers Centre is The Pint!

The Pint has happy hour specials on food and drinks every day from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, perfect timing before an evening game.

Where: The Pint, 277 Front St W

Steam Whistle 

Steam Whistle’s brewery is right down the road from Rogers Centre and while of course, you can grab a pint of Steam Whistle beer, there is also a full food menu to choose from.

There are even vegetarian options including a plant-based chicken sandwich, cabbage rolls and giant pretzels – yum!

Where: Steam Whistle, 255 Bremner Blvd Bay 6

WRVST Union Station 

If you’re commuting in for a Jays game on the train then this is the perfect stop.

WRVST is a beer hall with a location inside Union Station serving up artisanal sausages and Alpine-inspired fare.

Is there anything better before a ball game than beer and sausages?!

Where: WRVST, York Street Entrance, 65 Front St W

Hunters Landing 

Hunters Landing is a great option if you’re looking for somewhere to eat/drink before a Blue Jays game that is a little more upscale.

Hunters Landing has a huge menu with almost anything you can think of plus a happy hour from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday.

Where: Hunters Landing, 82 Fort York Blvd

Amsterdam Brewhouse

Why not hit up a beautiful patio on the water before the ball game?

Amsterdam Brewhouse is within walking distance of Rogers Centre and has a long menu of food, apps and drinks, what more could you need?

Where: Amsterdam Brewhouse, 245 Queens Quay W

Now that you know the good bars near Rogers Centre for food and drinks, you can play your pre-Jays game accordingly, Toronto!