Super Bowl LVI is around the corner and with bars and restaurants open again in Toronto, you won’t have to spend it on the couch this time around. There are so many spots to catch the big game around the city, with games, giveaways and live music to make things even more exciting. Whether you’re a football fanatic or you’re just here for the vibes and the halftime show, here’s where to watch the Super Bowl in Toronto this year.


The biggest Super Bowl viewing party in Toronto is returning to Rebel and as good as a front-row seat at SoFi Stadium. The waterfront concert venue will transform into a 45,000 sq ft sports bar on Sunday the 13th, with a 34-foot screen and additional screens throughout the space for unobstructed views from every angle.  The “elevated” food and drink offerings include Akira Back Wagyu Tacos and a Fried Chicken Sandwich provided by Kost at The Bisha Hotel, pizza specials by Four Brothers, and more.

Where: 11 Polson St
Cost: $25 per person, $60 minimum spend


This Queen West hot spot is hosting a Super Bowl viewing party with tunes provide by DJ Scotty Scratch. Complimentary pizza and wings are provided, so bring your appetite! Doors open at 5 p.m., giving you plenty of time to get settled in for the big game at 6:30. Be sure to rock your team colours!

Where: 563 Queen St W

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Real Sports (RS)

If there’s anywhere that sports fans in the city should go to watch the Super Bowl, 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 Scotiabank Arena and the Rogers Centre.

Where: 15 York St

The Bottom Line

Centrally located near Union Station, The Bottom Line sports bar is an ideal spot to catch the big game. The bar is hosting a Super Bowl viewing party and due to limited capacity, tables are booking up fast. 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

Dublin Calling

This popular “party pub” in the downtown core is pulling out all the stops this year for the Super Bowl. With big screens, food and drink deals, prizes, and more, Dublin Calling is the place to be on Super Bowl Sunday. Plus, you’ll want to come back the following Tuesday night for a heated round of The Office trivia.

Where: 250 Adelaide St W

The Rec Room

This massive entertainment destination in the heart of the city is having a viewing party for Super Bowl LVI. Tickets are officially on sale for this year’s event, which will feature premium seating in front of the big screen, plus MVP food and drink platters for you to share with friends.

Where: 255 Bremner Blvd

El Mocambo

It’s game day at the El Mocambo and you don’t want to miss it. The massive projector and multiple flat screens will provide the best views of all the action as you dine on a special menu catered by chef Marc McEwan. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy live music before and after the game, Happy Hour specials from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., and special prizes.

Where: 464 Spadina Ave


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The Wheatsheaf Tavern

Toronto’s oldest bar will be busy as ever this Super Bowl Sunday. Stop by for food, drinks, games, prizes, and of course, great views of the game. The following night, The Wheatsheaf is hosting a Valentine’s Day dance party with all your favourite love songs and $7 fireball shots.

Where: 667 King St W