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Top 10 Best Bars & Pubs Screening the Six Nations Rugby in London

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The international rugby season is here again and the Guinness Six Nations Rugby tournament sees teams from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France and Italy competing for the prize of best rugby team in Europe. The Guinness Six Nations Rugby tournament should only be watched in local London pubs and bars, with a beer in hand. So for all the best HD TV sports action this season, check out this handy guide to the Best Bars and Pubs in London to watch the 6 Nations Rugby.

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The 6 Nations rugby tournament has every sports fan glued to TV screens across London. Why not kick back and enjoy the action from the comfort of the Sports Lounge in Victoria? Watch all of the rugby games on large TVs whilst being treated to a match morsel of mighty proportions.

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The 6 Nations returns to the Crown and Shuttle with bookable spaces inside and out, and six huge screens throughout the venue so there'll be no scrummaging about to get a view of all the action. It's rugby, so the craft beer will be flowing from all three bars, and the much-needed soakage will be flying out of the food truck. Grab a seat, grab a menu, and grab a beer, because no one's going to the sin bin around here.

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Shepherds Bush
Bar / Restaurant

With nine giant screens, you'll never miss any of the action at Westwood. This bold and unique destination in shopping haven, Westfield London, has it all from football, rugby, NFL, tennis, basketball, golf, boxing and F1 along with all other major tournaments. Screens are spread out throughout the venue so you'll get front row seats wherever you are. This year, discover a Guinness lounge to atch the action and get involved in virtual Rugby games to win prizes.

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The Jam Tree in Clapham is screening the whole of the 6 Nations tournament in the Bookcase Bar. The bar has a massive screen and surround-sound to heighten the intensity of the match. With the social side of watching sport firmly in mind, The Jam Tree offers a relaxed home-away-from-home feeling; with comfy sofas and food and drink offers the Bookcase Bar is a perfect spot to enjoy the highs and lows of this ultimate championship.

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London Bridge & Bermondsey
Bar / Restaurant

Boasting state-of-the-art screens, booming audio technology, stunning interiors and a cracking atmosphere, Redwood is a must-visit for any Rugby fan for this year's Six Nations. Throughout the Six Nations tournament, Redwood will introduce a special area, The Sin Bin, a designated corner where guests will be able to play the iconic Jonah Lomu game to win prizes. Where better to catch all the Rugby Six Nations action than at one of London's leading sports bar.

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St James
Bar / Restaurant

If you want to be a winner with your friends, take them down to watch the Six Nations at Rileys in Haymarket. With 34 TV screens and 4 giant screens, showing over 70 channels, you will always be close to the action. If you don't just want to watch sports, but play it too, they have numerous pool and ping pong tables. They have 4 bars including a luxury VIP viewing area to ensure waiting time is kept to a minimum. They offer American style food in their diner for that post match celebratory dinner.

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Richmond & Kew
Bar / Restaurant

Let's be honest, it's no longer enough for a pub to provide you with a pint of Fosters and a small TV in the corner to watch the rugby. We are sophisticated people and we want more. Head to the Orange Tree for HD TVs and a 6 Nations three-course menu including baked pancetta wrapped cod loin with puy lentil stew, winter greens and clams sauce vierge.

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Bar / Restaurant

You don't want to go to watch the match and find yourself surrounded by non-match watchers. Head to a sports bar where everyone there will be watching. Sports Bar and Grill has the sport but it also has good food (although keeping to the sporting classics of beers and hot dogs), an all right booze selection and modern, clean, décor. So you won't spend the match wondering whether the stain on the carpet is because someone died there.

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The Queen Adelaide is passionate about rugby, but newcomers to the sport need not be afraid. A lovingly adorned blackboard lays out all the rules 'for dummies' - their words, not ours! You might go to this Putney gastropub for its hearty grub and weekly pub quiz, but you'll likely leave it as a powerhouse of rugby knowledge, with an overwhelming desire to top your kitchen table with a faux grass rugby pitch.

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Ladbroke Grove & Kensal
Bar / Restaurant

William IV is celebrating the Six Nations rugby in style, showing the matches in high definition comfort, alongside a one-off specialty pie menu, with choices inspired by the nations playing. Located in Kensal Green, the pub and guesthouse serves classic British dishes and craft beer. From February to March, diners can watch each game, while tackling a hearty pie, with daily specials available and priced at £15 including a pint to celebrate or commiserate.

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