It’s an exciting time to be a Blue Jays fan right now and if you’re catching the playoff games, there are plenty of great spots to go around the city. From patios to bustling bars, we’re coming in hot with the best bars to watch the Blue Jays in Toronto. Let’s play ball!

Real Sports (RS)

If there’s anywhere that sports fans in the city should go to watch the Jays play, it’s RS. This is one of Toronto’s most popular sports bars for its 36-ft viewing screens, packed TV schedule, and ample space to kick back, dig into some wings, and enjoy the game. Not to mention its close proximity to the Rogers Centre.

Where: 15 York St


Who needs tickets to the game when you can cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays on this big bleacher installation in the city’s largest outdoor patio?

RendezViews will be playing the Blue Jays games this weekend on their big screen and all are welcome to enjoy. Admission is free for all but you’ll definitely want to snack on some of their food offerings as you watch the game.

Where: 229 Richmond Street West

The Bottom Line

Centrally located near Union Station, The Bottom Line sports bar is an ideal spot to catch the game. The bar is hosting a Jays viewing event and has a new fall food menu. You can book a seat at the bar for a front-row view of the action, or reserve a table for you and a few friends.

Where: 22 Front St W


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Dublin Calling

This popular “party pub” in the downtown core is a great choice for game day. With big screens, food and drink deals, and big screens all around, this is the place you want to be to catch the wild-card series.

Where: 250 Adelaide St W

The Dock Ellis

This spot is known as one of Toronto’s favourite sports bars for a reason — ample TVs to watch the game, plus foosball, shuffleboard, and pool to entertain you during intermission. Plus, the food is super reasonably priced and the beer list is solid.

Where: 1280 Dundas St W

The Wheatsheaf Tavern

Toronto’s oldest bar will be busy as ever this weekend. Stop by for food, drinks, music, and of course, plenty of big screens to watch and cheer on the Jays.

Where: 667 King St W