Didn’t score Blue Jays tickets but still want to get out and watch the games? Here are 5 bars to go cheer Canada’s Team on from!
Named after a pitcher who famously threw a no-hitter while on LSD, The Dock Ellis has tons of TV’s, lots of craft beer on tap and tasty, inexpensive food. Plus, foosball and pool tables in case you want something else to do while the game is on.
Located on Queen West, this British-style pub is more known for showing soccer matches, but has become a great plays to take in a Jays game. Lots of big screens, comfy booths, and traditional British pub food will help you enjoy your Blue Jays playoff experience.
A slightly smaller option, The Derby is quickly becoming a local favourite for watching Jay’s games. The menu is simple but done well, and they have a good selection of mostly local craft beer on tap.
It's time! 22 years later...eye on the prize Jays! This game needs no introduction, nor does our Ace. Price & the Jays take on the Rangers today - first pitch 3:37pm! Get to THE DERBY early as we expect to pack up quick today! #everyonelovinthejays #meaningfuljaysbaseballinoctober #thederbydundas #thederbybirds
This East York sports bar is not only known for a ton of TV’s to watch the game on, but is also a Smokehouse! Needless to say, the food is delicious, and the perfect accompaniment to a cold beverage and playoff baseball
Say what you want about Real Sports, but it consistently ends up on most “Top Sports Bar” lists. Boasting a 39-foot HD screen (plus 199 other TV’s), they also have 50 beers on tap and over 25,000 square feet of other Jays fans cheering them on to victory!