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The 9 Best Sports Bars in Canada

By: Bianca Teixeira|August 27, 2015



Chez Serge

City: Montreal

5301 Boul St-Laurent

Don’t let the fancy name fool you, this place is the Coyote Ugly of sports bars. Between a mechanical bull and women taking to the bar to dance, you might forget that you’re there to watch a game. Once you remember though, there’s a giant 110-inch TV, screens in every booth and even on in the ceiling of the men’s room for you to indulge in.

Hat Tricks Sports Bar & Grill

City: Winnipeg

3740 Portage Ave

You shouldn’t have to worry about missing a minute of play when your team is on. Hat Tricks understands that and is outfitted with fifteen high-def TVs all around the bar so your neck is never craned too far. Don’t be afraid to partake in their traditional pub fare or beer on tap…multiple TVs in the bathrooms make bathroom breaks a non-issue.

HFX Sports Bar & Grill

City: Halifax

1721 Brunswick Street

Come for the delicious menu and 35 beers on tap, stay for the two-storey, 235-inch TV screen and its 90 smaller sets. This restaurant/bar/lounge offers every kind of space to enjoy a game in, whether you need a barstool, a plate of nachos or a couch, HFX has your back.

Metropolitan Billiards Cafe

City: Edmonton

10250 106 St NW

Yes, this Edmonton ‘sports bar’ is technically a pool hall, but beyond the fifteen billiards tables you’ll find an even bigger number of flat-screened TVs that are constantly tuned into the best games of the season. In between game nights, the bar turns into a live music hall. Basically, it’s the Super Bowl of sports with a cool rock n’ roll halftime show.

Rally Sports Bar

City: Toronto

Real Sports Bar

City: Toronto

15 York St

You can’t go to Real Sports once and expect to see all of its amenities in one night. With 25,000 square feet to its name, this sports bar has more space than you’ll know what to do with. For your first time, stick to the main room and its 39-foot HD screen. You heard right, 39 glorious feet of high definition to watch your favourite team on. If the big screen isn’t showing your game, you can A) try to find it on one of the other 199 screens, or B) continue to tip your bartender until he gives you the remote.

Sens House

City: Ottawa

73 York Street

Dubbed the official sports bar of the Ottawa Senators, the Sens House comes complete with a 1,500-square-foot patio and a giant main screen to watch the Senators on. If you’re not there for the Sens (something we wouldn’t advise saying out loud) one of the other 80 TVs might be showing something else.


City: Montreal

1606 Rue Ste-Catherine O

This is a great choice of venue if you’re out with a group of friends who might not all be interested in catching the big game. Sports fans can watch their team on multiple TVs situated in every room, while everyone else can bowl, play pool or partake in a golf simulation. Everybody wins.

Shark Club

City: Calgary

7995 11th St SE

When we have those few precious days of warm weather, it’s almost a shame to have to spend them inside watching sports. Calgary’s Shark Club makes sure you can have the best of both worlds with their sports-addict-friendly patio. Then, when the weather turns, you can enjoy the over 6,000 square feet of indoor space, every inch of which boasts unobstructed views of their many TVs.

Red Card Sports Bar

City: Vancouver

560 Smithe Street

Cheering on your team never felt so good. At Red Card Sports Bar, typical greasy bar food is replaced by homemade pasta, wood-oven pizza and craft beers. Called the first European sports bar in the downtown area, Red Card serves delicious food while showing games on two 106-inch projected screens.

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