After Manchester pubs showing the Six Nations? The Waldorf is a top pick, thanks to great ales, plenty of screens and the hearty grub to match. So when you're spending a whole afternoon watching the rugby, you can bet you'll be well taken care of here.
Where To Watch Six Nations Rugby In Manchester
One of the highlights of the rugby calendar, this is the time where the best teams across Europe come together. Make the most of your viewing experience thanks to these bars or pubs showing every try, tackle and kick, with plenty of comfort food and booze to boot. No matter where your allegiances lie, check out our guide on where to watch the Six Nations in Manchester.
This Oxford Road haunt's real talents lie in showing all the best sporting action on its two super-sized screens. A converted theatre and cinema, The Footage still has the vintage balcony that over looks a massive projector screen behind the bar, ensuring you don't miss a moment.
Head down to this lively Aussie sports bar to catch the best of the rugby this year. Take some mates and enjoy a cold pint with plenty of platters available, as well as a menu of hearty comfort food for those who don't feel like sharing.
The drinks are incredibly cheap, the atmosphere is expectedly rowdy, and the terraces are filled with chanting, shouting and getting stuck right into all the action. Join Manchester's Bierkeller for pure Six Nations fun, with plenty of Bavarian food to boot.
Though Piccadilly Tavern is much-loved for its fantastic selection of affordable food and drinks, it's also a haven for sports lovers. So if you're looking for somewhere to catch the Six Nations matches, make a beeline for this one and plonk yourself in front of the screens for one helluva watching experience.
The Director's Box Manchester is a favourite of sports bars in the city, attracting friendly crowds to catch all kinds of games across its TVs. And for the Six Nations? You'll get the same stellar experience of beers, grub and rugby viewing.
Thought Lola Lo was strictly big nights out and tiki drinks? Think again. Watch the Six Nations in tropical style as these guys open for game day, complete with big screens showing all the action alongside sharing cocktails, craft beers and wine.
Make a whole day of it with classic Manchester boozer The Sawyer Arms, which not only promises top live streams of games, but regular deals on food and drink. So get yourself a crisp, cold pint at the bar, knowing you'll be fed and watered to your heart's content here.
Need a perfect venue for those rugby antics with pals? Then venture to O'Neill's Manchester in Printworks. This popular Irish boozer has a plethora of top-notch screens dotted about the venue, alongside a crackin' food menu to fill up on while catching every try and tackle.
If you need bars in Manchester to see the Six Nations, BrewDog are on-hand with craft beer and full feasts to accompany. Head to their FanZone areas to grab kegs of your favourite pour, so you can spend more time watching and less waiting at the bar.
GRUB's big screens make them a great choice for ensuring you don't miss a moment, but that's not all they have up their sleeves. Expect a rotating lineup of street food stalls with dishes from across the world, alongside a stocked bar too.
This basement bar offers everything from live entertainment to sharing cocktail buckets. Thanks to eleven screens dotted around the venue, Dive NQ's got plenty of places to catch it all in HD and the chance to celebrate 'til dawn with a late licence.
A sprawling Deansgate bar where sport comes first, Box is one of the best places to watch the rugby in Manchester. Stop by for a menu of kebabs, loaded fries and juicy burgers to enjoy with all the live sports viewing. After the games? Try out the shuffleboards, darts areas and karaoke machines.
A great sports bar in Manchester, this watering hole shows plenty of live games and is a great place to make sure you watch every try and kick in this year's tournament. Don't forget about their great range of beers either, which come from plenty of local breweries.