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Sports fans? Take note. You won’t strike out with this Toronto weekend itinerary.

SPORTS ITINERARY

day one

Lunch at Sportsnet Grill

Located inside the Marriott Hotel, the new 220-seat sports bar overlooks the Rogers Centre field and for those who don’t have a window seat, there are 12 televisions throughout the space that will screen live programming and events. They’ve created a fun, casual and contemporary space that serves as a perfect downtown destination for sports fans to meet and enjoy watching games all year round.
Sportsnet
Sportsnet

Try your hand at axe throwing

Check out the original Backyard Axe Throwing League (BATL). Their mission is to show people the power of being good to each other, using the axe as a tool to build community inspired by their backyard roots.
Axe
Axe

Toronto's only Bocce-Golf Course

Friendly competition, local brews, and home-style eats, welcome to Toronto's first indoor bocce course. Lob features a 9-Track bocce-golf course, plus an 80-seat Restaurant/Bar – Track 10. Drink and snacks are also provided during gameplay. With large-screen tv’s dispersed throughout, groups can stay tuned to the other big games being played in the sports world.
Bocce
Bocce

Dinner at the new Brickworks Ciderhouse

Welcome To Toronto’s First Cidery. An open kitchen, apple pressing and fermenters are in full view of the dining area in the towering corner space that also features a long bar and communal table. Brickworks Ciderhouse prides itself in providing local, small-batch, premium craft ciders. Our farmhouse-inspired menu features locally sourced ingredients and changes with the seasons, designed to pair perfectly with their ciders.
Brickworks
Brickworks

Catch a game in the 6ix

The Toronto Raptors are the only Canadian professional basketball team that competes in the National Basketball Association (NBA), as a member club of the league's Eastern Conference Atlantic Division. The team was established in 1995, as part of the NBA's expansion into Canada. They have won four Division titles, and registered their most successful regular season in 2018.
Arena
Arena

day two

Tennis match at Ten X

From New York City, Budapest, and Prague, the Library Hotel Collection is proud to announce the opening of its first Canadian property, Hotel X Toronto. As part of Hotel X, the luxury sports club Ten X is the largest hotel facility in Canada. The 90,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility boasts four indoor Deco Turf tennis courts, nine squash courts, cutting edge fitness technology from TechnoGym and dedicated Studios for Pilates, Spinning, & Yoga. You can even book a one-hour private session Olympic tennis gold medallist Daniel Nestor.
Tennis
Tennis

Lunch at Liberty Commons

Next stop for lunch is a modern-day brewpub and BBQ joint. Liberty Commons honours the history and hustle of the ‘hood, and celebrates the union of good food and good beer in good company. As Oliver & Bonacini and Big Rock Brewery team up here, mad chefs meet mad hops, and invite you to feast on a true food and brew collaboration in a beauty of a space.
Liberty
Liberty

Hockey Hall of Fame

The world’s one and only! Spread across 65,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame offers something for everyone: the finest collection of hockey artifacts at all levels of play from around the world; simulation games that challenge shooting, goalkeeping and broadcasting skills; themed exhibits dedicated to the game’s greatest players, teams and achievements; theatres; a replica NHL dressing room; an unrivalled selection of hockey-related merchandise and memorabilia within our gift store; and NHL trophies including, best of all, hands-on access to the STANLEY CUP.
Hockey
Hockey

Dinner at Real Sports Bar & Grill

Experience the most thrilling match-ups played out in supersize at Real Sports Bar & Grill. Watch the most exciting moments of your game pulse through our 39-foot HD Big Screen and 199 HD TVs. Sip over 50 beer selections from over 126 draught taps, including a rotating tap. Conveniently located beside the Scotiabank Arena in the heart of the city’s sports and entertainment district, the energy at Real Sports Bar & Grill is amplified during any big game.
Real Sports
Real Sports

Home run!

Hey batter batter swing! A trip to Toronto in the summer isn't complete without attending a Blue Jays game. Head down to Rogers Centre in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district, grab an ice cold beverage and a hot dog and join in the fun.
Baseball
Baseball

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