5 Top Places To Watch The Super Bowl In Toronto

on January 31, 2013

Real Sports Bar & Grill

Looking for a place to watch Super Bowl XLVII? The San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in Sunday’s Super Bowl and whether you care about either team or not, there’s always the Beyonce halftime show.

If you’re afraid of having your buddies over, I have you covered. Here are my top 5 places to catch the big game on Sunday.

1. Sound Academy (11 Polson St., Toronto ON). The Sound Academy hosts Toronto’s official Super Bowl XLVII party, officially sponsored by the National Football League and Bud Light. The doors open at 4:30 p.m. and you can watch the game on multiple screeners. There will also be NFL cheerleaders in attendance. Tickets are $20 a pop and you can pick em up at

2. Real Sports Bar & Grill (15 York St., Toronto ON). I mean, ESPN voted Real Sports as the best sports bar in North America. There are 199 HD TVs, 36 beer options and 114 taps. It’s 25,000 square feet of Super Bowl frenzy. Get there early if you want a table.

3. Office Pub (117 John St., Toronto ON). The Office Pub’s party kicks of at 4 p.m. and 2 for 1 wings are the big seller. There is also an after-party that starts at 10 p.m. for those who plan on taking Monday off. Be forewarned that there is a $5 cover. Blech. Covers.

4. 99 Sudbury (99 Sudbury St., Toronto ON). If you are used to clubbing on Sunday nights and already have a table reserved at 99 Sudbury, don’t worry. You don’t have to give it up. The hotspot is hosting a Super Bowl party sponsored by Captain Morgan that goes from (get this) 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. Tickets are $10 at the door or $7 if you pre-purchase.

5. Studio Lounge (4901A Yonge St., Toronto ON). Karaoke and football?! Are you sure I haven’t been to this place before? If you want to mix in a little singing with your pigskin, this place has karaoke rooms available with two big screens in each room. Things start when the game does at 6:30 p.m.