This basement bar offers everything from live entertainment to sharing cocktail buckets. With eleven screens dotted around the venue, there's plenty of places to watch it all in HD, there's even the chance to celebrate till dawn with the venue's late licence.
Where to Watch Six Nations Rugby in Manchester
The RBS Six Nations is the highlight of the rugby calendar so to avoid getting stuck out in the cold, peering through pub windows to check the scores, plan your beer and comfort food-fuelled rugby day now. No matter where your allegiances lie, we have sourced the best places to watch the rugby in Manchester so that you can cheer on your team.
The drinks are incredibly cheap, serving all the usual pints and spirits all day long at happy hour prices. The atmosphere as expected is rowdy, and similar to the terraces, chanting, shouting and getting stuck right in to all the action.
Watch the Six Nations in Tiki vibes as Lola Lo open for game day. The tropical club screens all the action alongside sharing cocktails, craft beers and wine.
This immersive sport experience is a truly unique way to watch. With a 70ft screen and wall-to-wall action displayed across the bar, you can catch every second.
Grab a pint and settle in to this cool joint to catch every moment as it happens. With a selection of craft brews on tap to wash down with a delicious pie, it's sure to be a great way to watch.
A great sports bar for people who don't like sports bars, this Northern Quarter bar shows plenty of live sports and is a great place to watch all the Six Nations action. Don't forget about their great range of beers either from plenty of locally sourced breweries.
A great Irish pub showing plenty of sports, Mulligans is just a stone's throw from the main Deansgate street and the perfect place to catch up all the Six Nations fun. Don't miss the guaranteed atmosphere when England takes on Ireland!
An amazing student offering that hosts a variety of large screens and will be showing all the Six Nations action live as it unfolds. Order some top notch food, some seriously cheap beers and settle down for this years tournament at The Courtyard.
Head down to this great sports bar to catch the best of the Six Nations. 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.