It might be better known for its clubbing ways but Tiger Tiger is making sure you don't miss any action as they have 4 projector screens and 30 plasma screens; once you're done (hopefully) cheering, you can stay and party.
Where to Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Cardiff
Each year the RBS Six Nations Championship comes and each year we watch our favourite team battle it out for a chance to be crowned victor. If you're looking for an electric atmosphere or cosy pub to watch all the action unfold on live TV, this guide may just be the tool you need. From creative cocktails to beautiful buildings, our list of venues to watch the Six Nations 2019 has something for everyone, even if you're not supporting the right team...
Get your game on at this sleek cocktail bar, where you'll find unbeatable happy hour deals, creative cocktails and plush interiors. You won't miss a minute of the action, and with DJs spinning tunes well into the night, this is one for those looking to party even after the action has stopped.
Show your support for Wales at Revolution as they put the matches on their screens. The space also serves food, with an emphasis on American cuisine - think burgers, pizzas and nachos. Stick around to celebrate or commiserate with their weekend club nights.
Known for their love of stone-baked pizza and crafty beers, The Stable also have a egg-shaped ball surprise up their sleeves. The low-key pizzeria will be screening the Six Nations action.
Soda and The Attic are screening all the action of the Six Nations this Spring. The venue has a variety of packages you can enjoy, including a hot buffet, drinks and post-match steak baguette and chips.
From margaritas through to martinis, Be at One is the home of cocktails in Cardiff; it's also making sure it's the home of the Six Nations with big screens showing every single match.
With its city centre location and great selection of Brains' beers, Duke of Wellington is in an ideal location to watch the Six Nations on TV. The Cardiff pub also has a huge food menu which includes dishes such as beef burgers topped with Welsh cheddar cheese and 8oz rump steaks.
With a great selection of real ales, beers and wine as well as a cracking food menu, Pen & Wig remains a top choice to watch the rugby. Join in the excitement at this city centre pub by watching on one of their big screens dotted around the venue.
If anywhere in the city is set up for some series tournament watching then it has got to be Old Arcade. Filled with vintage rugby memorabilia and huge TV screens, there's a brilliant match day atmosphere at this pub.
Catch this year's Six Nations tournament at this lively city centre pub. Brewhouse has several large screens fixed to the walls, making sure you have a good vantage point no matter where you're sat, as well as great food and drink deals.
A stone's throw from the Principality Stadium, Yard Bar & Kitchen is always buzzing on a Six Nations match day. Come for the buzzing atmosphere and watch Wales battle it out as you enjoy a pint and a hearty meal.
As well as being one of Cardiff's partying hubs, Peppermint are also making sure you keep up to date with the all the action. Head to the buzzy bar to catch the match, enjoy pizza and slurp on a cocktail or three.