Up there as one of the very best sports bars in Cardiff, Elevens is a top spot to settle in for a day watching the fixtures. Not only are there 20 huge screens showing the rugby, but also deliciously ice cold beers, plenty of real ales and a buzzing atmosphere.
Where To Watch The Six Nations Games In Cardiff
For five weekends every year, the capital comes down with a serious case of rugby fever. Down every street and around each corner, you'll find packed-out venues that are teeming with fans eager to get a slice of the action. Whether you're on the hunt for huge HD TVs or massive projector screens, these are the best places to watch the Six Nations in Cardiff.
From margaritas through to martinis, Be At One is one helluva spot for cocktails. Plus? It's also showing the Six Nations games with big screens showing all the matches. Head here early to grab a good seat and make the most of the daily happy hour deals that are on offer.
Grab yourself a front-row seat at Old Havana to watch all the Six Nations matches in Cardiff. If you fancy, you can also book a VIP table or booth that'll include a bucket of beers, a round of cocktails and a few platters of nachos to fuel you through.
Always a go-to for live sports, Coyote Ugly gets the games up on the big screen for all to see come match day. Head down during the Six Nations to cheer on Wales, then stick around for the raucous half-time show, excellent BBQ food and fun cocktails.
Looking for the best place to watch Six Nations in Cardiff? Gassy's is coming out on top with its game day offerings, boasting numerous HD screens showing every kick, tackle and try. Mosey on over to enjoy all the tense on-pitch action while sipping bargain bevs and tasty grub.
Not only does this joint boast huge HD screens, with plenty of seating from which to catch all the action, it also pours beer and cider of its own making. Never miss a try again by nabbing a spot at Club 29, where you can enjoy the games with hearty grub and a pint of the good stuff.
It might be better known for its clubbing ways, but Tiger Tiger Cardiff is also making sure you don't miss any of the Welsh games, offering four projector screens and 30 plasma TVs. And once you're done cheering? You'll be able to head to the dancefloor 'til late.
Another one of our top places to watch the rugby in Cardiff, Dirty Martini offers unbeatable happy hour deals, creative cocktails and plush interiors. And if you fancy a bit of a post-game bash? This joint has been known to throw quite the party.
Catch this year's Six Nations tournament at Brewhouse, a lively city centre pub showing all the fixtures. It has several large screens on the walls, making sure you have a good vantage point no matter where you're sat, as well as great food and drinks.
Found right in the heart of the city and offering a wicked game day atmosphere, The Old Arcade is undoubtedly one of the best places around to watch the championships. Filled with vintage rugby memorabilia and huge TV screens, it's popular with locals and visitors alike.
The Ivy Cardiff is really getting into the spirit of the sport, showcasing a set of limited-edition cocktails to enjoy while you watch the Six Nations. And if that wasn't enough, they're also hosting exclusive events with rugby legends Sam Warburton (24th February) and Sir Gareth Edwards (17th March).