Whether you’re supporting the winning team or the losing team, Six Nations is in full swing and it’s only right you watch it in style. We got in touch with DesignMyNight for the top spots across the UK to get a load of the action, and they sure as hell didn’t disappoint. From ping pong dens offering bottomless booze and pizza during matches to huge LED screens and top beer selections, there’s no way you’re keeping score at home.
Bounce might be known for their neon painted walls and ping pong tables, but there’s another reason to visit them this month and it doesn’t involve picking up a bat. They have a mega Six Nations deal offering bottomless beer and pizza for just £35 a pop. Pick from three weekends throughout February and March and watch all the action on the big screen with all the beer and slices you could ever want... until the referee blows the final whistle.
If you’re set on being in a lively sports bar to watch the Six Nations, Greenwood has everything you could ever need, and then some. With 19 screens dotted about the venue, you won’t miss a single tackle, but we recommend securing a place in front of their LED screen in the upstairs sports lounge. With a top selection of beers and tickets an absolute steal at £5 (which guarantee you a complimentary pint of Guinness and entry), it’s a no-brainer.
Northcote Records has a proper party atmosphere with a unique music-theme (100s of vinyl records line the walls) and they’re sure to reel in the crowds with their pocket-friendly Six Nations offer. You can grab a pint and a pizza for just £12 this February, and after the final whistle blows, they’re kicking off the night with happy hour. As if that wasn’t enough, they’ll have live music ‘til late.
A viewing experience with a tropical twist? Redefining our standards for Six Nations screenings, Brixton Jamm will be streaming the action from their fully-fledged pop-up beach. Rest assured that all of your needs will be taken care of, as they’ve thought of every detail, from free drinks to ensuring the screen’s big enough so everyone has the best seat in the house. A food truck will be on hand to settle any stress-induced munchies.
Cue your greatest game day to date as Marco’s Pool Hall stream the Six Nations live from their fun-filled activity bar. Ideal for figgity viewers, you’ll be able to bounce between games of pool, Xbox tournaments and a whole bunch of retro arcade games, all while digging into some quality pizza and sample one or two (or three) of their 70-strong gin selection.
The North Laine pub is fully prepared for this sporting season, armed with a huge projector and an exclusive menu that may or may not feature mini shooters. You won’t miss a bit of the action on this monster screen, but there is a chance of getting a tad distracted by their limited edition smoker burger that will keep you fuelled for just £10. This dish also comes with a mini Guinness shooter... because why the hell not.
Cold Town House has got everything you need for your dream game day. Not only does it flaunt a mouth-watering menu of Neapolitan pizzas, plenty of craft beer and a whole bar dedicated to prosecco, it’s also got some stonking views under its belt. Making the most of its prime location right beside Edinburgh Castle, this place has a stunning open-air rooftop boasting panoramic views of the city too - giving you something pretty to look at if what’s going on on the pitch is too tough to watch...
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