Where to watch the Six Nations

Where to watch the Six Nations

Rugby Fans! Here’s where to catch the nail biting action from each of the Six Nations’ games in the neighbourhood. So, gather your friends and family, and cheer your team along from your favourite pub accompanied by round of pints to fuel the inevitable excitement.

The Cadogan Arms

For top quality food and an infectious atmosphere, book a spot at The Cadogan Arms. The main bar will show the games on two screens, with capacity for groups to book up to eight guests. Seats come with a min. spend of £50 per head which is redeemable against the Six Nations menu. Tell us more, you say… an exclusive menu for the tournament, enjoy the ultimate snack platter, followed by a main dish, all washed down with two pints of your choice. Can’t fit the entire group around the table? Enquire to hire The Rose Room for something a bit bigger.

298 King’s Road, London SW3 5UG |Book here

The Builder’s Arms

Tucked away behind the King’s Road (it’s definitely not a secret though so you’ll have to be quick to bagsy a table), The Builders Arms will be showing every game from 4 February in the main bar area. Seats are first come first served and if you are lucky enough to nab a table, don’t miss the incredible snacks on offer; spiced cauliflower fritters with almond yoghurt and mint and cucumber chips with aioli. If you’re after a guaranteed spot, The Fireplace semi-private area is available for exclusive hire.

13 Britten Street, London SW3 4TY | Find out more here

The Phoenix

Situated on the corner of Smith Street, moments from Sloane Square tube station, catch all the action from the first round of the Six Nations on 4 and 5 February. Book a table now to enjoy the scrum-diddly-umptious food specials and perhaps a pint of Guinness, or two.

23 Smith Street, London SW3 4EW | Book here

The Coopers Arms

The contemporary-cool Coopers Arms will be showing each round of the game throughout February and March. What’s more, book a table in advance and you will receive a free round of Guinness with your food. Tempting dishes include the Haddock lemon and parsley croquettes with harrisa mayo – great to share – or for something guaranteed to soak up the Guinness, enjoy The Coopers’ pork, apple and leek sausages with mash and gravy.

87 Flood Street, London SW3 5TB | Book here

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