Where to Pre-Game, Post-Game and Watch the Game in Toronto

He shoots, he scores… a good deal, that is!

When it comes time to enjoy the big game, Toronto fans know how to make the most out of cheering on their favourite team. For a pre-game meal just steps from Scotiabank Arena and the Rogers Centre to the best places to watch and where to celebrate with post-game drinks, O&B has got deals across the board during Blue Jays, TFC, Leafs and Raptors home games. We’ve rounded up the best game night (and day!) happenings across the city for a guaranteed home run.


330 King St. W.

When baseball season is in full swing, catch all-star specials at Canteen, located just steps from the Rogers Centre! Stop by to pre-game and enjoy $22 pitchers of Lost Craft Revivale or grab a glass for just $5.50! Hungry? Fuel up with an epic $26 Grand Slam Burger featuring a 3oz smash patty topped with lettuce, tomato, pickles, American cheese, bacon, pulled pork, buttermilk coleslaw, crispy onions and BBQ sauce all on a potato bun. Served with a heaping pile of fries, you won’t strike out with this meal — available on Blue Jays home game days!

8 minute walk to the Rogers Centre.

The Bentwood

One York Street, 110 Harbour Street

Conveniently located inside The Second City‘s new flagship location in Toronto’s buzzing downtown core, visit The Bentwood, managed by O&B, for epic eats and daily drink deals. A quick escalator ride up to the third floor of the One York Street building unlocks access to shareable apps, jacked nachos, flavour-packed handhelds and more. Get pumped for the game with their Double Features (select mains and a pint for just $25) or enjoy a fast and fresh Three-course Prix Fixe for only $45.

And that’s not all… drink up because Happy Hour takes place daily from 5–7pm in the theatre lounge. A hub for hungry diners (not just showgoers!), The Bentwood offers direct PATH access to the TTC, GO Transit, VIA Rail, and the Union-Pearson Express, making it an easy stopover for fans across the city.

6 minute walk to Scotiabank Arena. Accessible via The PATH.

The Joneses

33 Yonge St.

There’s a new neighbour in town! Located on the corner of Yonge and Wellington, The Joneses offers a funky mix of old in new in the heart of the city. Visit on home game days and enjoy their $69 Game Day Feature which includes a slow-cooked 12oz prime rib served with buttery mashed potatoes and creamed spinach. Located a short walk from Scotiabank Arena, stop by for a pre-game meal or watch the game on their lounge TVs.

Keep an eye on the clock because Happy Hour deals are in play Monday–Friday from 2:30–6pm & 9pm–close and Saturday from 11:30am-6pm and 9pm-close. Stop in, grab a seat and rediscover retro charm from the comfort of their eclectic abode.

8 minute walk to Scotiabank Arena.


18 Wellington St. W

When it comes to Leafs and Raptors fans, residents of The Six are known to go big or go home. In that spirit, Jump’s mouth-watering game night special definitely fits the bill. Featuring Grilled Miami Ribs coated with a sweet-meets-savoury soy and papaya glaze and served with baby bok choy and a delicious chilled soba noodle salad, this delicious $44 feature is a available when Toronto is on home ice or court.

Plus, check out Jump’s Happy Hour deals Monday to Friday from 25pm and buck-a-shuck oysters every Friday from 2pm–close. Skip the hassle (and the cost) of parking in the core and park at Jump for only $2 from Monday-Friday after 5pm and on Saturdays after 3pm.

7 minute walk to Scotiabank Arena. Accessible via The PATH.

The Rabbit Hole

21 Adelaide St W.

Still a short walk from the hub of the action, hop on down to The Rabbit Hole and wet your whistle before (or after) game night gets underway. Located at the foot of Scotia Plaza Tower, stop by for Happy Hour where some of the best drink deals in the area are flowing Monday to Friday from 3–6pm and Wednesday to Friday from 8:30pm, and all day Saturday. Cheers to some serious savings on select draught beer, select wines, plus Rabbit Hole favourite cocktails.

Hungry? Dig into some hearty British pub fare like Steak and Mushroom Pie and Ale-battered Halibut & Chips. Fancy a snack? You can’t miss the Scotch Egg, Welsh Rarebit and Beef Tartare.

10 minute walk to Scotiabank Arena. Accessible via The PATH.


176 Yonge St.

Offering all-day dining at the corner of Yonge and Richmond, enjoy South American-inspired flavours at Leña for vibrant eats and delicious drinks in the downtown core. Nibble on bar bites as you take in its stylish design, warm character, and lively tunes every Monday to Saturday from 2:30–6pm during Happy Hour or slink downstairs and check out Bar Lala for even more opportunities to sip and save. In the mood for dinner? Chef Doug Penfold’s shareable small plates, inventive appetizers, seafood and entrées are imaginative yet rooted in tradition.

14 minute walk to Scotiabank Arena. Accessible via The PATH.

Liberty Commons at Big Rock Brewery

42 Liberty St.

There’s no better place in Liberty Village to watch your favourite team take on the competition or fuel up before catching a TFC game. Serving up epic BBQ, mouth-watering burgers and Yorkie Pudding + Corn Chip Nachos to solo fans and team-sized groups, Liberty Commons at Big Rock Brewery’s TV-clad brewpub has got it all. Dig into the loaded Hogtown Hoagie special on TFC home game days or pull up a chair and enjoy Happy Hour drink deals from 2–6pm Tuesday to Friday and 11am–6pm Saturday and Sunday! Once the game ends, stick around to celebrate (or…drown your sorrows).

8 minute walk to BMO Field.


There you have it, Toronto — a play-by-play of some of the city’s best spots to celebrate all things sports, whether you like to pre-game, post-game or simply enjoy the game! What are you waiting for? It’s game on!