Whether you’re a hardcore rugby fan or you’re just tagging along for the thrill and buzz of it, this weekend sees the Six Nations come to a close in an epic final weekender. Scroll on to find out where to watch the Six Nations in London.
Smith & Whistle
Screening every Six Nations game throughout the tournament has been Smith & Whistle. Tune into the Saturday final weekender and celebrate with the bar’s specially curated limited-edition menu of cocktails and beers, each inspired by the nations on the pitch.
Think the Les Bleus, a French-influenced cocktail featuring Martell VS Cognac, amaretto and topped with Champagne; Gli Azzuri, an Italian spritz with notes of chamomile and grapefruit; and Red and Whites, an English mix of Whitley Neill London Dry gin, with white chocolate, kumquat liquor and the Supasawa.
Where: Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly, Mayfair, W1J 7BX
London Welsh Centre
For the Welsh fans, steer clear of the England fans and head over to the London Welsh Centre and engulf yourself in all of the action. The venue will be showing all of the games on two huge projector screens, as well as serving up Welsh ales and food to get you into the spirit.
Where: 157-163 Grays Inn Road, WC1X 8UE
Big Penny Social
A pub, arts centre and town square all rolled into one, the community spirit at Big Penny Social comes truly alive when there’s a sports game on. This Saturday head down to soak up all the action on their giant screens spread across the beer hall.
Feeling peckish? Mix and match pizzas with your friends, choosing between the likes of the mortadella ham, mascarpone and provolone white base pizza, a classic pepperoni and of course a good helping of garlic bread slathered in a garlic butter topping. With over 20 beers on tap, you can’t go wrong here.
Where: 1 Priestley Way, E17 6AL
When it comes to sporting events in London, Boxpark is where it’s at when it comes to celebrating. All three London sites will be offering plenty of fun courtesy of brand sponsor Doom Bar. Think HD screens, giveaways, tonnes of street food offerings and drinks on tap.
Where: croydon, shoreditch & wembley
The Cadogan Arms
Chelsea’s Cadogan Arms isn’t one to stray away from a good time, which is why the pub is going all out with special Six Nations booking options.
Up in the main bar, the pub has added two screens with space for 1-8 guests, as well as a specially curated menu featuring a bar snack platter, main dish and two pints of your choice.
Where: 298 King’s Road, SW3 5UG
Celebrating this year’s Six Nations rugby tournament is Buckingham Palace Road’s bbar. The South African-inspired bar is the perfect spot to take in the lively atmosphere that this championship brings.
With specially curated packages, expect exceptional dishes and inventive cocktails paired alongside the games this Saturday.
Where: 43 Buckingham Palace Road, SW1W 0PP
Those looking to get a piece of the scrum this weekend, cheer on from the Double Standard this weekend. Located inside The Standard hotel, this 70s-inspired bar will be home to HD screens and plenty of on-tap beer options to help you get into the spirit.
Order a round of Brooklyn Lagers for the table, alongside fried chicken bites, padron peppers, beef fat fries and crispy lamb croquettes from their snacking menu. For those wanting something heartier, you can’t go wrong with their beef patty burger packed with bacon, blue cheese, Branston ketchup and spinach, served with a portion of fries.
Where: Ground Floor, The Standard, 10 Argyle Street, WC1H 8EG
For Irish fans, give Gibney’s go for an authentic taste of Ireland right here in London. Taking inspiration from the original Gibney’s pub in Malahide, just nine miles from Dublin, this London iteration is the brainchild of Richard Corrigan, Tony Gibney and John Nugent. In line with the final Saturday of the Six Nations, the bar will be going all out with a three-course menu at upstairs restaurant Daffodil Mulligan and celebrations at Gibney’s downstairs.
Where: 70 City Road, EC1Y 2BJ
Renowned for being a hub of activity, Vinegar Yard has teamed up with Six Nations’ title partner Guinness to launch a Guinness Fanzone venue, home to huge screens across the site.
The fully heated and covered venue houses two outdoor bars and is welcoming rugby fans with open arms for this 2023 championship. Located in London Bridge, settle in for the epic three games whilst drinking and dining on dishes from street food traders. Bad Boys Pizza Society will even be serving up Margs in the shape of rugby balls.
Where: 72-82 St Thomas Street, SE1 3QX
Flat Iron Square
For a more lively atmosphere, Flat Iron Square will be screening the games nonstop. With special tables and packages for all to enjoy, you can book out individual booths home to private screens, pints and snacks for £100 or try a garden table with pints included for £80.
Where: 45 Southwark Street, SE1 9HP
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