8 Great Places to Watch Jays vs. Rangers Game Today


Our Jays have made this series extremely interesting, coming back from a 0-2 deficit and now with a chance to advance to the ALCS. Game 5 is today here in Toronto with the first pitch set for 4:07pm. So if you’re feeling a case of Blue Jays fever coming on, skip out on the last hour of work and watch it at one of these spots that offer prime viewing and sweet promos.

Nathan Phillips Square

Grab a hot chocolate (and a couple of Baileys miniatures) while you watch our boys go for a W in the great outdoors. John Tory calls it the #BirdsNest and it’s totally free.
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Real Sports

It’s hard to find a place that has a bigger screen then this. Real Sports Bar is as close as you can get to the Roger’s Centre atmosphere without actually being inside.


Brazen Head

This Liberty Village staple has a ton of screens, lots of room, and they have a pretty cool promotion: if your table’s chosen Blue Jay hits a dinger while you’re there, you’ll snag a free app or pitcher.


The Dock Ellis

The Dock Ellis on Dundas West has plenty of screens, solid grub, and beer deals every time the Birds take the diamond. Plus the games are played with loud sound so if Harold Reynolds is an idiot again you, you’ll hear it.

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Murphy’s Law

If you’re in the east end, drop into Murphy’s Law for the game today. They’ll have the big screen down and the sound up. Today they’ve got Cameron’s RPA and Chicken ‘n Watermelon ‘n Waffles on special.


Local Public Eatery

This place has been jammed for all four games so far so if you’re looking for a ton of friends to high five after one of the Jays crush a home run, you’ve found your spot. Daily drink deals don’t hurt either.

Home of @bluejays and game sound will be blaring! Come hang with us. #letsgobluejays #patio #local #libertyvillage #craftbeer

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The Loose Moose

The Loose Moose is a common beer hole for pre and post Jays games at the Dome but it’s also a great spot to take in the game if you don’t want to mortgage your house for tickets.


Dog & Bear

Dog and Bear LOVES their sports. It might not be the biggest place in the world but the energy that this bar has for their local teams makes up for it. Plus they recently revamped their menu and it’s delicious.

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