Where to watch the Six Nations – Best pubs for rugby
WHERE TO WATCH THE SIX NATIONS – BEST PUBS FOR RUGBY
Rugby fans, listen up! Here’s the best places to watch the game in your neighbourhoods…
The Apollo Arms
Every match day, much-loved local The Apollo Arms will be serving up Six Nations specials created by Owner Chef Director Oliver Marlowe, including an indulgent lobster, prawn and avocado brioche roll and a Korean fried chicken burger with gochujang mayonnaise. There will also be sharing drinks and buckets of bottled beer available, as well as a range of wines and cocktails.
The Manor Arms
This lively, rugby-loving pub will be serving up their range of real cask ales, craft beers and seasonal dishes all especially for you to enjoy a proper pre-match meal. There will also be after-match parties with fun and fabulous music.
The Clapham North
A favourite amongst live sports watchers, the Clapham North knows how to make an event out of a rugby game. They’ll be showing every minute of every game, and you can book group tables on game days and soak up the festivities with friends.
The Prince Albert
You can book a spot at the Prince Albert to soak up game-day atmosphere alongside their selection of classic British pub food, from a warming homemade mac’n’cheese to their delectable Sunday roast.
Battersea’s Northcote Records will show live screenings of every game on their large HD screens while you tuck into a yummy pizza and wash it down with ice-cold draught beers.
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They love rugby over at the Alexandra, and will be proving it with some buzzy, electric game days, with the drinks cellar stocked – and they’ll be taking group bookings.
The Cabbage Patch
As possibly the most famous rugby pub in the world, this list would be remiss without mentioning the Cabbage Patch, of course. You can book match days there and soak in the glorious atmosphere surrounded by fellow superfans – but book quickly, because it’s in demand!
This stylish pub along the Thames will be showing every game. Their food menu is gorgeous, from starters of smoked salmon or squid to mains of Cumberland sausage, sirloin steak and King Prawn Pappardelle – and they are offering a complementary glass of Guinness when you dine in!
Spotted Horse will be screening all the big matches alongside rugby food specials and a weekly rugby raffle where there are some fab prizes to be won.