Flocking to Fulham for the sports this Six Nations season? One of the most charming pubs in the area, not only is The Rose coming up trumps with British fare and plenty of craft pints to go round, but it's also showcasing the very best of the rugby action.
Where To Watch The Six Nations Rugby In London
Couldn't get a seat at Twickenham? We've got the next best thing right here. As the Northern Hemisphere's big guns prepare to go into battle for one of the most closely contested Six Nations championships in years, we're on call to bring you the best places to watch all of the action in the city. Don your colours, sink some pints and cheer your boys on to victory at one of our recommended pubs and bars for the Six Nations 2022.
If you're on the hunt for somewhere to catch the Six Nations 2022 in London, then look no further than Ranelagh Bowes Park. This North London pub is fronting top-drawer drinks behind the bar and plenty of pub grub to boot, keeping you refreshed throughout your favourite games.
Kick the rugby off in style over at Central London hotspot The Theodore Bullfrog. Watch the championships from the various big screens while taking advantage of the huge sharing platters of elevated pub grub, as well as the ample selection of boozy bevs.
Located on the bank of the River Lea, The Princess of Wales is a great place to watch the rugby in Hackney. Tuck into mouthwatering food small plates while you cheer on your team and wash it all down with a pint of fresh beer.
Sure to be an epic rugby season, you can find plenty of places that are showing matches from their screens and Hackney Bridge is one of them. Tip back a pint of Guinness while watching every last second of the game from its spacious mezzanine.
Boasting a whopping 24 TVs and a huge projector screen all showing the games, a trip to the Hope & Anchor for the Six Nations is a bit of a no brainer. Either book yourself a private, heated garden hut or grab a front-row seat indoors and tuck into tasty Burger Shack stacks while you watch.
Located just a short stroll away from Twickenham Stadium, The Cabbage Patch is one of London's most famous rugby pubs. Whether you're heading to see the match live and are looking for a few pints to get you warmed up or just soaking up the atmosphere, this place comes alive at kick-off.
Catch every single moment of the Six Nations Rugby Championships from the comfort of The Sindercombe Social, a top pub in Hammersmith. And while you watch? Sip from a fantastic selection of craft beers and tuck into tasty American-style grub.
If you're looking for a spot with awesome HD screens to watch the game, then check out The Heathcote and Star in Leyton. Serving a range of tasty grub and fresh pints, you definitely won't go hungry. Need some post-match entertainment? They have pool and ping pong tables for that.
If you're looking for somewhere a bit more swanky to watch the Six Nations in London, then The Earlsfield on Garratt Lane is just the boozer for you. Head over to settle down in plush leather seating, enjoying plenty of stellar pub grub and refreshing pints while you're at it.
Grab your pals and make your way to Aeronaut in Acton for the Six Nations. With a great selection of large screens, both in the pub and garden, this is a great spot to support your team with a pint. Fancy a little privacy? Book one of their cool igloos.
If you're looking for a local to settle down in every time the Six Nations is on, and happen to be a Putney resident, then you're in for a treat. From hearty plates of food to craft beers to accompany them, this boozer will keep you refreshed. Better yet, this watering hole is dog-friendly too.
One of the best places to watch the Six Nations in Wandsworth, The Ship is the expansive riverside pub with lots of space indoors and out for group bookings. Head on over to watch the fixtures while sinking a few fresh pints and chowing down on classic sports-watching grub.
If you're out West and looking for somewhere that's as cosy as your front room, then check out The Hero of Maida. The royal blue spot will be screening the games downstairs room, with a menu of comfort food so there's no chance you're leaving after the final whistle.
The Folly is a quirky place to watch the Six Nations rugby, with a shabby chic approach to decor, refreshing pints and an elegant menu of hearty British classics to help fuel all the action. Catch every moment at this City haunt and the energy is sure to be palpable.
The North Star is a cosy boozer in the heart of Ealing that's stocked to the brim with delicious craft beers and ales, as well as a big ol' screen showing the Six Nations throughout February and March. From the buzzing atmosphere to the top-notch drinks, this one's a bit of a winner.
Vinegar Yard is welcoming rugby fans for the Six Nations this year, boasting a massive screen that'll show every kick, tackle and try. While you watch, chow down on special edition slices from Bad Boys Pizza Society. And if you book ahead? You'll even get a free pint thrown in.
Need a top-notch spot to watch the Six Nations? Head on over to The Hive, for a viewing experience like no other. Enjoy watching from their HD screens, loud speakers while celebrating with their fabulous drink options.
Fronting a laidback rock 'n' roll vibe, plenty of screens for catching live sport and a lineup of crowd-pleasing drinks, Roadtrip is the perfect place to catch the Six Nations games. Better yet, you can head down to rowdy basement bar The Workshop for some live music afterwards.
Head to the oh-so trendy Northcote Records to catch every try, kick and pass in a cool and quirky setting. Grab yourself a spot and prepare for a thrilling season of top-class rugby as you sip on the finest beers, with a cracking pizza menu to keep you fuelled.
Beautiful East London pub The Leyton Star has all rugby fans in the area covered, thanks to plenty of opportunities to catch live sporting action on their screens. You can settle down to watch the Six Nations this year, with Cheeky Burger offering up food and plenty of craft beers behind the bar.
Decked out with more HD screens than you can shake a stick at, The Leather Bottle is a top spot for watching the Six Nations in South London. It also fronts one of the capital's largest beer gardens, featuring tented covers, private huts and lots of TVs.
If you're looking for a pub in South London that's showing the Six Nations matches, Park Tavern should be your port of call. Not only does this gorgeous, independent watering hole front a whole load of screens showing the games, but it also rustles up delicious grub and tasty bevs.
Not only is the Duchess Belle a top choice for wining and dining in Battersea, but the beaut boozer is also on hand for your Six Nations fix. Head to Nine Elms for a multi-screen wall and three sound zones that'll ensure you don't miss a thing.
From Saturday 5th February, Skylight will be showing all the action from England, France, Ireland, Italy and Scotland. Make your way to Tobacco Dock for happy hour offers, beer jug specials, tasty bites and a selection of 7 indoor and outdoor screens.
If you're looking for a fun atmosphere to watch all the rugby matches, The Loft is definitely up there as one of the best. Located in Old Spitalfields Market up on its mezzanine, the venue is perfect for catching the games on their huge screens while mingling in between breaks and chomping on delish grub.
Along with huge burgers, quirky furniture and tonnes of beer, Howl at the Moon has bags of atmosphere. A must-visit spot for any Irish rugby supporter in London, this traditional boozer is adorned with shamrocks and boasts more than enough Guinness to see you through from morning 'til night.
West Brompton boozer The Lillie Langtry, will be screening every second of the Guinness Six Nations action over the next few months. Reserve a table in the bar area to get amongst the action, or enquire after their private rooms if you're after a more laid-back affair.
Known for its spectacular garden space, The Canonbury offers some of the best drinks and food packages for Six Nations fans too. Whether you choose to pre-order your grub, or get it sent straight to your table during the game, this is a great place for easy viewing and chilled vibes.
Dishing up a variety of tasty food and drinks, you can be sure to chow down crispy mac and cheese balls and burgers while watching the big game at The Star Of Kings. Not only do they have mouthwatering American-style food, but they also have a crackin' screen to cheer your team on.
The Six Nations is fast approaching, so you better get your bookings in quick for this one. Over at The Lady Ottoline in Bloomsbury, you can catch all the tense, on-pitch action from one of the large screens, all the while sipping boozy bevs and tucking into tasty nosh.
Score a table at the Spread Eagle and get the chance to watch Six Nations with all your best mates. You'll get to choose from food and drink packages or order bar snacks to hold you over throughout the game. And to drink? They offer cocktail trees.
Make watching Six Nations super fun this year at The Castle. They'll be offering huge screen viewings of the rugby game indoors, as well as its rooftop. And to top it off? They're serving refreshing beers, moreish cocktails and half-time treats.
Searching for somewhere to watch Six Nations? We've got you covered at the Salt Room in Islington. Head to the spot for bespoke food and drink packages. You'll get to settle in with a pint in hand as you cheer on your favourite team.
A bit of a gem in Kentish Town, The Bull & Gate just so happens to be one of the best places to catch all the rugby fixtures. While in warm and cosy surrounds, watch the games, tuck into tasty sharing boards and sip all kinds of delicious pints.
Located just five minutes from Norbiton Station and within easy reach of Twickenham, The Black Horse is a friendly neighbourhood boozer and restaurant. Six Nations match days at this place consist of live wall-to-wall coverage, as well as discounted drinks and hearty bar snacks.
Never miss a scrum, tackle or kick this Six Nations with a trip to The Manor Arms. The Streatham stunner boasts six big screens showing all the fixtures, as well as private screening rooms. While you watch, tuck into snazzy pub grub and quality pints.
Calling all sports fans: Camden's Monarchy is a fantastic spot to watch all the fixtures. Head on over to catch the Six Nations championships with a pint of something delicious to hand. And if you get hungry? Check out the mega menu of hearty US-style grub, from burgers to chicken wings.
Famed for their craft beer and good food, The Running Horse is also a decent spot to watch the Six Nations. With some top-notch screens and a chilled space for sports fans, this is a great spot to cheer on your team over a few pints.
The Clapham North is a space of urban cool and industrial style bringing a rustic edge to the SW pubbing scene. Frequented by those looking for a chilled boozing session, late night escapade and general good laugh, this is the place to set up camp for your Six Nations sessions.
The quirky little Bethnal Green joint will be showing the matches throughout the Six Nations Tournament. Head to The Star to sit on one of their comfy sofas or pull up a chair as the action is played on the big screens; throw a few pints of East London's finest craft beers in and you've got yourself a cracking time.
For something a little different in London, head to De Hems Dutch Cafe Bar for your next watch party. Enjoy all the Six Nations games while tipping back Dutch and Belgian beers. Plus, they offer traditional snacks and mains for when you get hungry in between breaks.