26 Jan 2020
Check out this handy guide to the best Young’s pubs to catch all the live action from the Six Nations. As well as giant screens, private rooms and unrestricted viewing areas, Young’s have teamed up with Championship headline sponsor, Guinness, to offer fans a free round of stout when booking a table of four or more to dine during a match.*
The celebration continues with Young’s offering fans a chance to win ‘The Ultimate Guinness Six Nations Experience’. Rugby enthusiasts won’t want to miss out on this prize including a complimentary brunch with English rugby legend, Andy Goode, and a pair of tickets and private transfer to watch the Ireland v England game at Twickenham Stadium. Just head on over to the Young’s Facebook page and enter from now until 9th February.*
14 Palace St, Westminster, SW1E 5JA, www.thephoenixinvictoria.co.uk
Just 5 minutes from Victoria Station, this lively gastro pub offers a fantastic viewing experience. Grab a spot in front of the pub’s two large screens for supreme viewing of this year’s Guinness Six Nations. The Phoenix are also offering table service for groups booking ahead of the game so book in early!
To make a booking email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on T: 020 7828 8136
31 Leman St, Whitechapel, E1 8PT, www.lemanstreettavern.co.uk
An East London gem, the Leman Street Tavern offers a vibrant and lively atmosphere to city workers, Londoners and tourists alike. Settle down in front of the main screen to watch the Guinness Six Nations with a pint and great British pub food.
To make a booking email email@example.com or call at T: 020 3437 0001
21 Canonbury Pl, N1 2NS, www.thecanonbury.co.uk
Serving London locals as a public house since the early 1700’s, The Canonbury Tavern boasts a rich and vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy cask ale, fine wines and a seasonal British menu whilst watching the Guinness Six Nations on one of the pub’s four screens.
To make a booking email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on T: 0207 7042 887
South East London
Greenwich Market, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 9HZ, www.the-coach-and-horses.co.uk
Situated in the heart of Greenwich Market, feel part of the action in this bustling pub. With two screens, The Coach & Horses is offering delicious sharing boards and hearty mains, dive into a delicious menu whilst watching the scrum.
To make a booking email email@example.com or call on T: 020 8293 0880
South West London
13 Mitcham Ln, Streatham, SW16 6LQ, www.themanorarms.com
Located just a stone’s throw away from Streatham station, The Manor Arms offers the community a modern and welcoming local with bags of character. Kitted out with six screens, The Manor Arms is sure to be full of atmosphere.
To make a booking email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on T: 020 3195 6888
24 High Street Wimbledon, Wimbledon, SW195EA www.dogandfoxwimbledon.co.uk
Following a magnificent refurbishment throughout, and with a cosy atmosphere, this local is ready to be discovered by rugby fans. Tuck into a carefully crafted menu from the classic Dog & Fox burger to scrumptious seasonal vegan dishes, whilst settling in front of the big screen for an evening of tremendous anticipation.
To make a booking email email@example.com or call on T: 020 8946 6565
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