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1. Earls Kitchen & Bar150 King St W, Toronto
2. Real Sports Bar & Grill15 York St, Toronto
3. Olé Olé Restaurant & Tequila Wine Bar169 King Street E, Toronto
4. House on Parliament454 Parliament St, Toronto
5. Foxes Den Bar & Grill1075 Bay St, Toronto
6. Grossman's Tavern379 Spadina Ave, Toronto
7. Bar Hop391 King St W, Toronto
Located on King St W, Earls is a buzzing space often catering to the finance crowd. But regardless who you are, it's a great spot to watch a game on their many wall-mounted TVs and take advantage of their $5 shot and 'tail specials.
A haven for all things Jays, Leafs, and Raptors, this Entertainment District sports bar has you covered with classic bar bites -- such as the popular foot-long hot dog wrapped in bacon -- a 39-foot HD big screen, and over 126 draught taps. A list of cocktails is also available, but we suggest the Puck Bunny -- a mix of raspberry vodka, cassis, pomegranate juice, lemonade, and soda.
Their name just about says it all. These guys pour more than 50 different tequilas, Spanish wines, and pitchers of sangria in addition to serving up flavorful Spanish-Mexican fare.
HoP doles out some serious bar food (which is categorized in the menu by whether or not silverware will be needed) and they also pump out a small selection of ales and lagers on draft.
Standing on the border of Yorkville, Foxes Den is usually filled with college kids and bar regulars who comes to sample the 17 beers on draft and watch various games, while playing various others like pool and darts.
Located in Chinatown, Grossman's is the longest running live music venue in all of Toronto, selling cheap booze, all-day breakfasts, and featuring a wide array of live musical styles.