With five big screens you won’t be able to miss soaking up the tournament’s atmosphere at The Bath Brew House.
The food menu includes salt and pepper squid, steak and ale pies and a variety of snacks and sides. Why not wash down your meal with a pint (or three) of the pub’s very own ale, which is made in their on-site microbrewery.
With it’s new look, the Pig & Fiddle is a hotspot for sport. Here, you’ll be able to watch all of the six nations matches over a few local ciders and real ales. Plus, the heated beer garden is the perfect place for a breath of fresh air when the game gets a bit too tense.
You’ll be spoiled for choice at half time as the pub offers some great burgers, including two made of water buffalo and wild boar. The menu also comprises of fish and chips, ham, eggs and chips, and pulled pork sandwiches.
With a whole host of craft beers, real ales and even some cocktails, the Westgate pub is a great place for everyone to watch all of the six nations games.
The Westgate offers some delicious sharing platters, which include a fish and chip board, beef brisket and pork sliders, and cheese-covered nachos. They also serve a variety of pub classics, sandwiches and puddings.
Why not head to the spacious Crystal Palace to watch this year’s Six Nations games.
While enjoying the game (hopefully!), you may be tempted to try some of the delicious dishes on the pub’s menu, such as the Fuller’s Frontier battered haddock, seared venison or the 12oz sirloin steak.