Horts pub in Bristol

Best Pubs in Bristol for Watching 6 Nations Rugby

6 February 2019 |

This year’s tournament is off to a flying start and there’s nowhere quite like the Great British pub for watching sport. So why not TRY one of these brilliant boozers in Bristol?

If you’re racing back from or about to head off somewhere, this fabulous establishment right by Clifton Down Station will be showing all 6 Nations games on multiple big screens. They also have a Six Nations special – artisan roll, slow-cooked smoky pulled pork and homemade slaw for only £4 or £6 with fries.
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Unlike in rugby, at Horts they don’t do things by halves. Here you’ll find the 6 Nations games showing on two big pull-down screens, a TV, and in the cinema room, which is also used on Wednesday for their free Cinema Club.
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Bristol Beer Factory
The Tap Room is a real win for beer lovers, nestled at the end of North Street. With the brewery just a stone’s throw from here, you’ll be hard pushed to find fresher beer anywhere. They’re showing every game of the 6 Nations, so big “cheers” all round!
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Racks at the Clifton Hotel
England fans will need to think on their feet and book ahead – due to popular demand it’s £12 to reserve your spot at Racks for England games, but that does include a SCRUMptious (geddit?) Steak Sandwich and chips, a bottle of beer and, most importantly, a front row seat for the match.
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For full sports listings at Racks, see here
Old Fish Market
This stalwart of Bristol city centre offers good grub and perfectly poured pints, in a traditional pub atmosphere. There’ll be cheers aplenty with two HD projector screens and a TV to boot, making sure you don’t miss a moment of the action.
Image credit: oldfishmarket.co.uk
For all Live Sports listings, see here.

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