Updated October 10, 1. Where: Games are shown on the Movies Under the Stars outdoor movie screen. Game-Day Activities: Select Princess ships feature "Game of the Week" tailgate parties, where fans can enjoy foods like pizza, burgers and hot dogs, as well as beer buckets and team-inspired drink specials. NFL Games: The line broadcasts nearly games -- including Thursday, Sunday and Monday night -- as well as wildcard and division playoffs, conference championships and the Super Bowl.
September 21, Getting local, sustainable and organic food in Toronto is becoming easier with every passing year. But finding places to watch NFL games and college football?
For the hockey-loving town of Toronto, there are slim pickings. With the wide range of streaming opportunities and cable packages, most sports fans didn't give a hoot and probably weren't thinking of the word hoot when they considered their feelings.
Yet there are still ways to integrate into society while pledging your allegiance to the pig-free pigskin. These 10 places provide the opportunity to leave your house without sacrificing your relationship with your team. Watching college football should always be finger-lickin' good — Photo courtesy of Williams Landing Real Sports Bar There's 25, square feet of sports tributes inside Real Sports Bar , including a foot television.
If, for some reason, your favorite football game isn't being played, just politely ask them to turn one of the flatscreen televisions to the desired channel.
During the Super Bowl, this shouldn't be a problem. This isn't your average sports bar, with as much entertainment inside the bar as there is on the screen.
Ping pong, anyone? Hardly expectation shattering. Yet at The Longest Yard , you can also enjoy a lobster flown in from Nova Scotia the morning of the event. It's probably best you wear a bib anyway.
If this is game day food, then anyone can be a football fan — Photo courtesy of The Longest Yard Williams Landing This Liberty Village restaurant aims to impress, with their fresh, organic, local, sustainable and seasonal food.
There are 18 TVs and two big screens, so you can also see the game during the regular season. With a side of Ontario duck, of course.
Football and a mechanical bull?
Now we're talking! With country music, loud NFL games and the sounds of defeat as people try to conquer the mechanical bull, you may not be able to hear your friends speak. But that's what the off-season is for.
Michael's on Simcoe A fancy steakhouse and a great game.
Not often do these two things collide. Enjoy regular dinner service alongside the game in the lounge; you'll be proud to wake up the next morning without finding tortilla chips in your hair.
There are unusual takes on the bar classics, such as their substitution of wontons instead of nachos.
Plus, Sundays are dedicated to tailgate brunch. The Hideout When you have a patio with 80 seats, big screens inside and lots of sports fans, you may be surprised that this is first and foremost a live music venue.
And come Super Bowl, there's a chili cook-off with free samples at halftime. They even have video games for kids who prefer a high score rather than following the score. You can do even more than watch the game at The Hideout — Photo courtesy of The Hideout Toronto The Citizen With a menu that sections into "Kick-off" for appetizers and "The Field" for salads, it isn't surprising that this King West bar has a passion for game time.
A classy atmosphere with real respect for the game at The Citizen — Photo courtesy of The Citizen Studio Lounge This karaoke bar has huge themed party rooms for you to explore your vocal range.
You can drown out the voice of a would-be Celine Dion with sports commentary while enjoying happy hour, which extends to 9 p. Apparently, karaoke bars aren't just about singing — Photo courtesy of Studio Lounge Advertisement Courtney Sunday once watched a Superbowl game in Jamaica.
Tropical destinations and the NFL are an excellent pairing. Read more about Courtney Sunday here.