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Toronto's top 10 Sports Bars covering March Madness

Sunday , March 1st , 2015

Don’t drop the ball when it comes to seeking out a suitable spot to get your game face on. Instead, turn to MenuPalace. We’ll guide you to the best bars in the GTA that score big points by providing everything you’ll need to pick a winner. 

With the below listing, you’re guaranteed giant screens, awesome game-day grub and an extensive tap selection to wash it all down!


Do game day right at this Dundas. St. W. sports bar, which serves refreshing craft beer alongside a menu of tasty bar snacks.


This Bathurst St. bistro is a haven for sports lovers, and opens its doors outside of regular business hours to please its fans.


March Madness just got better thanks to this Toronto sports bar, which serves slow-cooked, wood-burning BBQ while you watch the game.


A stone’s throw from the city’s major sports venues, this Front St. sports bar has reached near-institution status since pouring its first pint in…


When it comes to a great game-day experience, it makes sense to turn to the Great One’s sports bar conveniently located on Blue Jays Way.


Located in Maple Leaf Square, this local bar believes watching the game on a two-storey high, HD screen is every fan’s given right.


If a traditional pub is more your style, cop a squat at the bar of this Mississauga local, which couples big-screen TVs with delicious Irish fare.


Boasting some of the best ribs in the GTA, and more than 200 flavours of wings, this Vaughan sports bar has got game day covered.


Spice up the series with Tex-Mex from this Mississauga mainstay, which is famous for its sizzling fajitas.


With a sprawling 380-seat dining room and a central Toronto location, this upscale pub-will leave you and your mates cheering for more college basketball!…

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