Brighton beachfront's shiny new venue is a mecca of all things sports and gaming. Open 24 hours a day, your victory celebrations can carry on well into the night, with a well-stocked bar, karaoke room and plenty of gaming tables promising to keep you more than occupied.
Where To Watch Six Nations Rugby In Brighton
Whether you plan on catching every nail-biting moment of the Six Nations six-week tournament or are merely rocking up to the final to cheer on your team, there's a whole host of cosy Brighton pubs showing their support. From the beachfront to Hove and beyond, these spots come complete with HD screens, cheap drinks deals and mouthwatering half time nosh. So, what are you waiting for? Check out our guide to the best places to watch the Six Nations games in Brighton here.
Recently undergoing a sleek refurbishment, Font is one of the best sports bars in Brighton. Known for its unbeatable drinks deals and carnival atmosphere, you'll be able to cheer on every try, scrum and tackle, with the option to pre-order drinks for your table, meaning you won't have to miss out on a single moment.
Dedicated to screening all the best live sporting events on its projector and plasma TV set up, The World's End also offers plenty of half time entertainment and nosh. While you may end up watching the match through gritted teeth as your team get whitewashed, there's always the neon-lit arcade ready and waiting upstairs for you to let off some steam.
Packed to the rafters on game days, The North Laine Pub and Brewery is the place to be if you're after an unbeatable atmosphere. Book ahead of time to secure yourself a spot in front of one of their huge projector screens, sampling the huge selection of craft beers as you go.
From February right through 'til March The Mesmerist will be taken over by rugby-mania. Erecting huge projector screens in the main groundfloor area and upstairs Birdcage bar, fans will be treated to 20% off beer on those all-important match days.
The Black Lion is back with its projector screens to bring you some of the finest rugby coverage in Brighton. Make sure you get the best seats in the house by booking your front row tables in advance. Serving a menu of mouthwatering bar snacks and BBQ sharing platters throughout the games, you won't even have to wait 'til half time to get your foodie fix.
Marking this year's tournament with an exclusive menu made up of six burgers (one for each competing nation), The Lion and Lobster is perfectly set up for the ultimate game day. Spread across three floors, this rabbit warren of nooks and cosy corners is dotted with TV screens throughout.
Walkabout is a name that's synonymous with live sport in Brighton. Bringing some Aussie spirit (and beer) to the UK's South Coast, this chilled-out spot is buzzing from mid-morning onwards. Set yourself up for a day of rugby raucousness with a slap-up breakfast and pint of the black stuff.
Boasting weekly drinks deals and regular student offers, Molly Malone's is the Brighton Irish pub known for its warm welcome and late-night lock-ins. With various screens dotted across this cosy boozer, you'll be able to pull up a stool, order a pint of Guinness and catch up on all the nail-biting action.
Tucked away on one of the residential streets that surround Hove station, The Exchange is a quirky spot adorned with local artwork and antique furniture. Featuring live music every weekend, you'll be able to enjoy the action on one of their many screens before settling yourself in for a night of drinking, dancing and dining on a menu of comfort food classics.
Located on Edward Street in the heart of Kemptown, Brighton Bierhaus is the perfect weekend destination for any lover of all things ale. Serving an award-winning collection of local craft beers, this place is brimming with laid-back vibes and like-minded sports fanatics.
While Fiddler's Elbow may be one of the city's best-known Irish pubs, you'll be welcomed here regardless of what colour jersey you're sporting. Loved by locals and visitors to Brighton alike, head to this spot in The Lanes to experience the towering highs and crippling lows of the nation's favourite tournament.