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Best restaurant watching raptors

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Best restaurant watching raptors

In richMond hill or Markham area which restaurant is ideal for family watching raptors

I got two kids 8 and 11
Thx
Tc
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Think of the Childre…
At home ordering food.

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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love0715 wrote:
May 24th, 2019 8:37 am
In richMond hill or Markham area which restaurant is ideal for family watching raptors

I got two kids 8 and 11
Thx
Tc
Even though I personally do not like the place nor the food but since you have kids: Boston Pizza?
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love0715 wrote:
May 24th, 2019 8:37 am
In richMond hill or Markham area which restaurant is ideal for family watching raptors

I got two kids 8 and 11
Thx
Tc
Another vote for home. Any place that is showing the Raptors on TV is not a place for 8 and a 11 year old.
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Cheapo-Findo wrote:
May 24th, 2019 9:39 am
At home ordering food.
Agreed. Make it a pub night with wings, nachos, pizza and drinks they like.
Alex
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Always liked jack astors for games. Lots of screens, food is good imo.
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I've watched a lot playoff games at bars this season, but this evening my friend's having a BBQ before tonight's Game 6. May 30th when the NBA Finals start, I will be returning to the bars unless of course I get lucky and score tickets to the games. LOL

The two biggest sports bars I've been to with the best TV's were the Real Sports Bar downtown and WEGZ Stadium Bar in Vaughan.

in 2016, Cineplex was showing the playoffs right from Round 1 and I really wish they would broadcast them again. We were paying $6 to watch a game on a nice big movie screen with good sound too.
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Real Sports downtown Toronto. Get there 2 hours before the game to get a table or make reservations in advance. Otherwise, it's too loud for kids. You're better off staying at home.

I am scoring some NBA finals tickets which cost me both an arm and a leg.
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Mr_Fanta wrote:
May 25th, 2019 3:00 pm

in 2016, Cineplex was showing the playoffs right from Round 1 and I really wish they would broadcast them again. We were paying $6 to watch a game on a nice big movie screen with good sound too.
This^ I would love to watch the playoffs in the big screens! Hopefully, they do something for the finals.
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By the time the game starts, it's bedtime for your kids. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat Just stay home Hugging Face
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Games are also televised on ABC (American feed). My antennae (I live in Toronto) gets the Buffalo ABC feed.
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Don't forget ABC network will televise EVERY game in Prime time. Watch it on cable or tv signal from Buffalo station WKBW. We the North!
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lol...game is like 3 hours long with time outs and commercials...
plus you need to be there before 2 hours....

so 4-5 hrs...at a restaurant taking up a table?

yes the game starts at 9pm
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thelefteyeguy wrote:
May 28th, 2019 4:34 pm
lol...game is like 3 hours long with time outs and commercials...
plus you need to be there before 2 hours....

so 4-5 hrs...at a restaurant taking up a table?

yes the game starts at 9pm
Or you can call ahead and reserve a table

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