Traditional vibes and homely pub grub abound at this West End gem, along with regular sport screenings. If you're not looking to get too lairy, Curler's Rest is the place for your 2023 Rugby World Cup watching, made even better with their hearty menu of dishes such as fish and chips, and sticky pork belly.
Where to watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 in Glasgow
As our team heads to the continent in search of glory on the field, you’ll be wanting to work out the best places to watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 in Glasgow. Thankfully we’ve been out tracking down the city’s top rugby pubs and bars, so you can cheer those boys in blue over the line in style.
Walkabout is the ultimate playground for all sports fans great and small. With big screens, surround sound and beer flowing all day and night, this bar is a thriving hot spot to settle down with a pint for the Rugby World Cup. This Aussie themed den is dedicated to sports and showing a big love for rugby - so pull up a chair and get chanting.
With screens all over the shop, one raucous ruggers crowd and a love for all things Guinness and Irish spirit, Waxy O'Connors is something of an institution when it comes to rowdy sports occasions. Bring on the 2023 World Cup in this cosy pub which is sure to be buzzing with sports fans.
While it's better known for a tee off than a tackle, The Golf Lounge doesn't discriminate when it comes to ball sports. Located in Merchant City, the bar and restaurant screens all major tournaments, and we're willing to bet the Rugby World Cup will be beamed over from France.
The Rugby World Cup is on the horizon and Ark Bar have got it covered with their huge projector which will be screening every second of the action for you. Never miss a game at Ark Bar where the booze runs strong, the Rugby is centre stage and the atmosphere will be buzzing with sports fanatics.
Get your fill on both the Rugby World Cup and huge BBQ dishes at the fun Committee Room No.9. Looking to support the boys in blue? This space has huge screens at every turn, with dining packages that include half a kilo of wings and a pint of something cold.
Grab a booth and get your own private screen at this meat-lovin' joint over in the West End. The Crafty Pig generally supports the Glasgow Warriors but come world cup time, all eyes are on France, with every try, tackle and conversion being screened in the cool space.