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The Best Spots To Watch The Six Nations In London

Friday 2 February 2018

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Looking for somewhere to watch the Six Nations rugby in London? Join us at Gordon Ramsay Restaurants.

As the Six Nations kick off from 3 February – 17 March, fans all over London are looking for the best spot to watch the rugby.

Join us at selected Gordon Ramsay Restaurants across the capital, where we’re offering rugby fans a burger & beer for £15, plus screening all the Six Nations matches live each weekend (see full fixtures below).

Whoever you’re supporting, gather friends and family and join us for an action-packed Six Nations tournament.



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Heading to London’s square mile to catch the Six Nations action? Join us at Bread Street Kitchen, St Pauls. Located in the vibrant One New Change, if you’re looking for a winning atmosphere and great crowd this is the place to watch.

Whether you’re partnering your rugby with after work drinks or a catch-up with friends you won’t be disappointed, especially when you can enjoy the chef's special Six Nations burger paired with a cool beer from the bar for £15.



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Are you really excited about the match, but your family not interested? Heddon Street Kitchen is the perfect location to ensure everyone is entertained during the games.

 Located just off Regent’s Street (the perfect distraction for those who love shopping), there’s something to keep all ages occupied, and children under 12 can even eat for free when dining with an adult.



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Pull up a chair, sit back and relax in the comfort of London House, the perfect neighbourhood spot to enjoy your team play as the fixtures unfold.

With a different Six Nations burger throughout the tournament no match will be the same, meaning you can enjoy a range of burgers that include buttermilk fried chicken with iceberg lettuce, green chilli and hot sauce, BBQ pulled pork with apple slaw and a Dedham Vale cheeseburger with sweet and sour onions and crispy shallots.

Better still you can pair your burger with a craft beer straight from London House bar, all for just £15.



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With live coverage of the fixtures from start to finish, and the dining experiences to match, the 2018 Six Nations Championships are unmissable at York & Albany.

Not only can we promise you’ll be close to action with live screenings of all the games, but can guarantee you won’t leave hungry thanks to our beer and burger £15 offering or the delicious Six Nations Slider Board.

Choose between the French beef slider topped with brie and onion, a very English beef slider complete with classic English egg and bacon, the Italian chicken burger with Neapolitan mozzarella and pesto, the Irish Cahill's Farm handmade cheddar cheese and beef slider, the succulent Welsh lamb and leek slider, and finally the Scottish pork and traditional haggis slider, for just £18.

Why not gather a group and enjoy buckets of beer and unlimited pizza? Available for 2-40 guests, the York & Albany Pizza Deli is another great location to enjoy the game.



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Looking for a scenic setting to enjoy the rugby? Join us along the riverside at The Narrow, Limehouse.

Spectate in comfort with friends and family as you pull up a chair, sit back and watch the unmissable games unfold. To get the games going, enjoy a special Six Nations craft beer at The Narrow bar, and tuck into a tender burger all for £15.


 Book your Six Nations experience now. 



Round 1:

Wales v Scotland, Saturday, February 3, 2.15pm

France v Ireland,Saturday, February 3, 4.45pm

Italy v England, Sunday, February 4, 3pm


Round 2:

Ireland v Italy, Saturday, February 10, 2.15pm

England v Wales, Saturday, February 10, 4.45pm

Scotland v France, Sunday, February 11, 3pm


Round 3:

France v Italy, Friday, February 23,  8pm

Ireland v Wales, Saturday, February 24, 2.15pm

Scotland v England, Saturday, February 24, 4.45pm


Round 4:

Ireland v Scotland, Saturday, March 10, 2.15pm

France v England, Saturday, March 10, 4.45pm

Wales v Italy, Sunday, March 11, 3pm


Round 5:

Italy v Scotland, Saturday, March 17, 12.30pm

England v Ireland, Saturday, March 17, 2.45pm

Wales v France, Saturday, March 17, 5pm

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