Jays Playoffs On The Big Screen In Garden Square

Toronto Blue Jays' Russell Martin (55) greets Blue Jays' Edwin Encarnacion, right, after Erncacion hit a third-inning, two-run, home run off New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka in an opening day baseball game in New York, Monday, April 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

All Jays playoff games will be broadcasted in Garden Square. The excitement begins Thursday Oct 8 with the first game starting at either 3:37 pm.

Friday Oct 16

vs. Kansas City Royals-  7:00pm

Sat Oct 17

vs. Kansas City Royals –  3:30pm

Monday Oct 19

vs. Kansas City Royals – 7:00pm

Tuesday Oct 20

vs. Kansas City Royals –  TBD

Wednesday Oct 21

vs. Kansas City Royals –  TBD

Grab a bite before at one of our pre-game restaurant picks!

Note: All restaurants are within five minutes’ walking distance of Garden Square. Free parking can be found at the Rose Theater or City Hall.

Sul Irmaos Smokehouse


This Downtown smokehouse will make your taste buds very happy! Stop in before the game for one of their signature po boy sandwiches and a Mill St. brew. Or some smoked wings and ATBs–bacon wrapped jalapenos stuffed with cream cheese. This Portuguese Smokehouse with Southern flair never fails to deliver. Their tasty innovations even earned them a coveted spot on Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here!

Location73 George Street South


Little Shop of Ice Cream

Just a stone’s throw away from the big screen, Little Shop has tons of tasty grab and go bites that you can enjoy before or during the game. The food is always delicious, hand-crafted and never ceases to make you feel like you’re eating right from mom’s kitchen. We highly recommend one of their signature grilled cheese sandwiches. The pulled pork grilled cheese and the Italian Parmesan grilled cheese are both winning choices! They even have delicious Kawartha dairy ice cream if you need a cool down mid-game.


1 Theatre Lane


La Catrina Mexican Restaurant


La Cartina is one of Downtown Brampton’s gems! Looking for some authentic Mexican flavours before the game? This is the place for you! We highly recommend the friend fish tacos with mango coleslaw and a spicy chipotle sauce. You can eat in or grab these delicious tacos to go as you watch the game!


35 Queen St. West



Poutine Dare To Be Fresh

If baseball is the great American pastime, then eating poutine is Canada’s! Dare To Be Fresh has a variety of innovative poutine options to satisfy any lover of cheese curds and gravy. From classic, to pulled pork and Mexican-inspired, they’ve got a little something for everyone. They’ve also got Montreal style steamies and a bacon wrapped hot dog! If that isn’t perfect for a baseball game, I’m not sure what is.


20 Main St. South


The Works Burger Bistro

The-works-gourmet-burgers-2Fancy a juicy gourmet burger pre-game? The Works has you covered. They’ve got the well-loved classic, but they’ve managed to kick it up a notch with a variety of stuffed burger patties, artisan cheeses and exotic toppings. With the amount of combinations they’ve got, there’s something for every burger lover! We highly recommend the dye cut fries and their pina colada  milkshake.


8 Queen St. East





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