January 31, 2017

Super Bowl 51 touches down at Yonge + St. Clair

Yonge + St. Clair is spoiled when it comes to bars. So deciding which bar to watch the Super Bowl at can be a daunting decision. Often, it doesn’t depend on beer and food with big sporting events – you want the right atmosphere. You want to find a bar that captures the energy and spirit of Super Bowl weekend. Luckily, Yonge + St. Clair is home to a handful of sport bars holding great events for you and your fellow football fanatics.


11 St. Clair Ave W.

This Yonge + St. Clair staple has become the bar to watch live sports in midtown-Toronto. This locally owned establishment comes equipped with 26 HD screens, an HD projector, three floors, a year-round heated rooftop patio, three bars and extensive pub fare menu.

Union Social Eatery

21 St. Clair W.

Union Social will be playing the sound during the Super Bowl, changing the typically casual restaurant space into a sports bar for the big game. As we wrote about earlier this week, Union Social takes pride in having something for everyone, offering a vast selection of food and drink options for the big game. Sunday will feature a $5 Steam Whistle pint special and a $29.95 pitcher and nacho platter combo.

Raiders E-Sports Bar

49 St. Clair Ave W.

Raider’s E-Sports Bar is set to transform their entire venue into a Super Bowl party – live streaming the game across all 34 TVs and 2 HD projectors. With the standard food and drink specials, Raiders will be holding raffles for Raiders merch and computer-gaming accessories throughout the game. Find out more information on their event page.

The Jester on Yonge

1427 Yonge St.

The Jester on Yonge has been serving the Yonge + St. Clair community for over 25 years. It’s a great neighbourhood tavern with good pub fare and a warm and friendly staff. Jester will be playing the game on their bar HD TVs and the HD Projector in the back room, serving $6 Moosehead pints and $6 Super Bowl Shooters. They are also home to one of the best craft beer selections in midtown-Toronto if your group consist of more discerning beer connoisseurs.

Kick off for Super Bowl LI is 6:30PM this Sunday, so find your spot early if you want a great seat. Game on!