Kellys Landing

Kellys Landing

123 Front St, Toronto, ON, M5J 2M2

Call: (647) 776-1133  

Kellys Landing is located across from the bustling Union Station and a short distance from the Air Canada Centre and Rogers Centre.  The space is modern and accessible creating a perfect spot to dine or watch a sports game on one of their huge TVs scattered throughout the restaurant. 

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King Taps

King Taps

100 King Street, Toronto, ON, M5X 1E1

Call: 647-361-2025

Located in the heart of the Financial District, King Taps is an upbeat and spacious sports bar that specializes in freshly made pizzas and a wide selection of beer. They have extensive assortment of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and bowls, including gluten-free pizza dough and buns – they have something for everyone!

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Midtown Gastro Hub

Midtown Gastro Hub

1535 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4V 3C6

Call: (416) 967-3400 

Located in the heart of Deer Park, Midtown Gastro Hub is a welcoming and inviting space that features classic pub fare and an excellent beer selection. Midtown offers daily specials and a family friendly atmosphere – kids eat free with the purchase of an entrée! Whether you are watching the game, competing in the weekly pub quiz, or simply out for a meal, Midtown is the place to be!

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Amsterdam Barrel House

Amsterdam Barrel House

87 Laird Dr, Toronto, ON M4G 3T7

Call: (416) 504-1060

Another Amsterdam Brewery location is here! Called the Amsterdam Barrel House, it’s located a ways off the subway line in Leaside, but is reachable by bus if you’re taking transit. The most direct route would be taking the 56A bus from Eglinton Station to the stop at Laird Drive and Canvarco Road, which is two blocks south of the barrel house on the opposite side of the street.

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Carters Landing-CLOSED

Carters Landing-CLOSED

1681 Lake Shore Blvd E Toronto, ON, M4L 3W6

Call: 416-698-3456

Located beside Woodbine beach, Carters Landing has a huge accessible patio and a dining area with a beautiful view! This restaurant is the perfect place to take a break from beach festivities while still enjoying the view, grabbing drinks with friends, or watching the game on TV.

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Jawny Bakers

Jawny Bakers

804 O’Connor Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M4B 2S9

Call for Reservations: 416-285-1165

Jawny Bakers was a recommendation from a colleague, Fran Odette, who mentioned she dines there often (and completed the review with me!). I knew I was going to love Jawny Bakers when we were welcomed with a smile into their accessible restaurant.

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Elephant and Castle

Elephant and Castle

378 Yonge Street ,Toronto, ON, M5B 1S6 

Call for reservations: (416) 598-4003

Looking for a pub this holiday season with a fresh winter selection of fabulous sharing appetizers, a large poutine menu, and accessible seating?  Be sure to check out the Elephant and Castle at Yonge and Gerrard...

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Shark Club Sports Bar Grill

Shark Club Sports Bar Grill

10 Dundas St. E. Suite 310, Toronto, ON, M5B 0A1

Call for reservations: (416) 506-0753

With the cold weather moving into the city it's time for sports fans to move indoors to watch games on the big screen. Shark Club Sports Bar Grill seems like the perfect place to go if you're looking to have a few drinks or grab a bite to eat while catching up...

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Real Sports Bar and Grill

Real Sports Bar and Grill

15 York St, Toronto, ON M5J 0A3

Call for reservation: (416) 815-REAL (7325)

During the Olympics, CBC showed Torontonians celebrating Canada's golden hockey victories in Real Sports Bar and Grill. With the Paralympic games just around the corner, our question was: is this an accessible venue to watch our Canadian athletes compete?

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The Ballroom

The Ballroom

145 John St, Toronto, ON M5V 2E4

Call to reserve a table: (416) 597-2695

In our quest to find accessible venues in Toronto that offer live music I found The Ballroom. At first glance, this hip bowling alley slash sports bar does not look accessible (stairs + stairs on entry), however it seems that management have given extra thought into overcoming these pesky barriers.

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