Sports Bar & Recreation

Find us on FacebookMeet up with your friends and watch the big game, or meet up with the team after your game in the comfort of our living room. Like us on Facebook or check our Upcoming Events to keep up to date on what’s happening at the Sports Bar.

Sports BarSit back and enjoy our:

  • 2 Big Screen T.V.’s
  • Play a game of Pool – with weekly Selectomatic pool leagues playing weekly
  • Play some Foozball
  • Shuffle Board
  • Dart Boards – with weekly dart league games
  • Jukebox

Come out and play Bocce on the only indoor Bocce Court in Northwestern Ontario! 

Invite your team to discuss the game or just relax with your friends. Our bar features nachos, meatball subs, sausages, wings and chips.

Let us look after you when you’ve had a long day at work or play


Nipissing Township Fire Department

Da Vinci Sports Bar

1 week 2 days ago

Da Vinci Sports Bar shared Nipissing Township Fire Department's post.

As the snow starts to drift against your house, homeowners with high-efficiency furnaces should make sure their fresh air intake and exhaust pipes are free of snow. They're usually white plastic pipes that come out of the side of a home. A blocked intake pipe or exhaust vent could result in carbon monoxide poisoning. The same is true for dryer vents. Check vents frequently during periods of heavy or blowing snow.

Carbon monoxide, also known as CO, is called the “invisible killer” because it’s a colorless, odorless, and poisonous gas accidental CO poisoning from generators or fuel-burning appliances such as furnaces, stoves, water heaters and fireplaces. Breathing CO at high levels can kill you.

Make sure you have carbon monoxide alarms inside your home to provide an early warning of increasing CO levels. These alarms should be placed in a central location outside each sleeping area and on every level of your home. If the alarm goes off, or you think you may have CO in your home, call 911.

Da Vinci Sports Bar

1 week 3 days ago

Da Vinci Sports Bar shared a link.

Bocce event held in honour of Sergio Bortuzzo