Armed with a huge projector screen, a number of plasma TVs, a fulling stocked bar and a comfort food menu that can rival any, the bar offers the complete package for watching the powerhouses of European rugby go head-to-head.
Where to Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Edinburgh
Much like the Fringe Fest, Edinburgh is a completely different city when the Six Nations is in town. Whether you're screaming out Swing Low, Sweet Chariot or well-up every time you hear the bagpipes play Flower Of Scotland, there are few better places than our city during the two months of the tournament. To make sure you don't miss a single tackle or try of this year's competition, we've pulled together a list of all the best bars and pubs to watch the Six Nations Rugby in Edinburgh.
Mad party bar Belushi's doesn't stop with giant burgers and sharing cocktails, oh no. This Edinburgh bar is screening all the Six Nations matches on their massive screens, stick around after to commiserate or celebrate with a whole load of party-goers.
Believe it or not, these guys know how to host a killer match day. With a resident Oompah band on hand to play national anthems and plenty of space on long tables to settle in with a brew and a bite to eat, you'll have on hell of a time cheering the teams on.
Quirky and cool bar Pilgrim has bags of charm, from 100s of battered suitcases to a 1930s cinema setting. It's also a great choice for an Edinburgh bar to watch the Six Nations as they screen all the action.
Sitting across the road from the prestigious McEwan Hall, the venue's cosy atmosphere is perfect for anyone looking for a chilled place to watch the rugby. Whether you're supporting Scotland, cheering on England or screaming for Ireland at the top of your voice, this pub won't disappoint.
It might be famous for having the prettiest beer garden in the entire city, but The Pear Tree is also one of the best for sports. Showing live tennis and cricket in the summer, alongside the biggest football matches, the venue really comes to life when the Six Nations Rugby is on.
As soon as the Six Nations tournament rolls around, this venue has transformed itself from a traditional, cosy pub into a boisterous, live sports bar like no other. With huge inflatable rugby posts in the courtyard and a massive outdoor screen, guests don't miss a single tackle, kick or try.