For what will end up being one of the most monumentally anticipated finals in the sporting world, Patch East are putting on one hell of a screening to bring you every moment of the action from the comfort of their stylish bar. Drink, dine and do all your business without missing a beat.
Where To Watch The Rugby World Cup 2023 Final
After six weeks of intense sporting drama (and the usual hasty exit from England), two teams are within touching distance of rugby union's greatest prize. As the All Blacks resume rivalries with the Wallabies at Twickenham for the right to lift the Webb Ellis Cup, we've finalised our guide to the best places to watch the Rugby World Cup Final 2023 in London.
Head over to the gorgeous Rotunda this Saturday where they'll be bringing you every second of the action from the Rugby World Cup Final. Tuck into a delicious morning menu of eggs, full English breakfasts and fresh coffee.
The Star of Kings stretches out across three floors, so picking up a good viewing spot here is a doddle. With exciting food residencies and a big pool of beers, spirits and cocktails you might as well make a day of it; you can book out their karaoke room if you want to enjoy the match in the company of your mates. Once the trophy has been lifted it's down to the basement, where the after-party continues into the night.
Watching the final out east? The Cow is another prized gastropub with front row views of the Olympic Park. There's plenty of space across their two floors and mezzanine to get a good view of the screens, and plenty of boozy options to keep you topped up as the drama unfolds.
Whether it's to drown your sorrows or celebrate, Belushis in Camden is ideal for rugby fans who want a to party post match. The day starts early with a 9am kick off, so fill up on the venue's choice of breakfast dishes, including the likes of pancake stacks and American plates.
Brewing their beer onsite, Long Arm Pub & Brewery has got the pints come the Rugby World Cup final day. The cool Shoreditch space will be screening every try, tackle and conversion on two large projector screens, as well as serving a classic menu of British dishes.
A thriving Putney favourite, The Coat & Badge will be abuzz with anticipation in the lead-up to the final without losing any of its warm and welcoming character. Enjoy a couple of ales in the delightful beer garden if it's not too chilly, then head inside in time for the big match itself.
They're mad for rugby at this West End gem. Hidden away from the crowds of Oxford Street, The Adam & Eve lays on a selection of World Cup packages for rugby fans to take advantage of. There's a long list of real ales, traditional comfort food and a lively atmosphere will ensure a good time, no matter who you're supporting.
Burgers, beers, big screens and a raucous party afterwards; The Star of Bethnal Green has everything you could need come Cup Final day, and then some. The upstairs function room can be hired out but you'll find the real fun happens in the main bar, where there's plenty of big screens to ensure a great view come kick-off.
The Bull provides respite to the weary shoppers of Westfield throughout the week, and it's also a hotshot destination for all the biggest sporting fixtures. Get set for 80 minutes of thrills and spills from the comfort of one of their bookable spaces, with a flow of classic English eats and real ales to see you through.
One of the UK's best cocktail bars is screening all the action from their base in Angel. Homeboy also boasts the title of London's smallest Irish bar, but despite its diminutive stature, the hidden speakeasy will be big on atmosphere, with food coming in the form of chicken fillet rolls and full Irish breakfasts.
While football-mad at heart, you can be sure that Bar Kick also covers every other major sporting event on its 12 HD screens. That's why it's one of the best places to watch the 2023 Rugby World Cup in London. Better yet, table footie will keep you entertained at half-time.
Watching the rugby world cup final doesn't come much pretty than at The Oyster Shed, the swish gastro pub with views over the Thames. Sat on the banks of the Thames, the spot is renowned for its British grub and large selection of ales, along with plenty of screens to catch the action.