Escape to Freight Island
From Saturday 5th February until Saturday 19th March, Escape to Freight Island will present the Guinness Six Nations Championship. The much-loved venue will be the biggest collaboration with Guinness in the UK outside of London. A dedicated space within the venue will be transformed for rugby-lovers to stay, watch the game, and enjoy a fresh pint of Guinness with Escape to Freight Island’s finest food offerings.
Shack will be showing all of the Six Nations matches from its Northern Quarter location, alongside some if its amazing food and drink offerings! They’ve got all the carbs you could EVER need to line your stomach before your 12 hour sesh, which you won’t even need to leave your seat for.
A sprawling Deansgate bar where sport comes first, Box is one of the best places to watch the rugby in Manchester. Stop by for a menu of kebabs, loaded fries and juicy burgers to enjoy with all the live sports viewing. After the games? Try out the shuffleboards and darts areas, or embarrass yourself on the karaoke machines.
Seven Bro7hers Beerhouse in Ancoats is the perfect place to kick back and watch the Six Nations! With an extensive range of their own beers including an IPA, Pilsner, Stout and many more, all brewed locally in Salford, there’s a pint for everyone. The pub is walk-ins only, so no need to book!
Tib Street Tavern
Tib Street Tavern has everything you could possibly want to watch the Six Nations; massive TV screens, endless amounts of freshly poured booze, and, of course, the rugby staple, GUINNESS. Tib Street Tavern always has a proper buzz about it and is full of colourful characters to wrap your arms around after a big win!
The Oxnoble on Liverpool Road has everything you need to celebrate the Six Nations! The traditional pub serves a great bit of pub grub to soak up the pints you’ve been drinking since 10am, as well as TV screens in all the prime locations and comfy chairs to park your bum in ALL DAY. They’ve also got a special Match Day burger, which you can add a pint of Guinness to for just a quid!!
Bierkeller is renowned for its huge steins of beer and cheesy tunes, but it’s also a great place to watch a bit of sport! The massive screens around the venue document the highs and lows as they happen in HD, and the atmosphere is always electric. And by electric I mean there’ll most definitely be someone who’s fallen off one of the tables after getting a little over excited.
Where better to watch the Six Nations than in an Irish Bar that will probably pour Guinness directly into your gob if you ask? Mulligans will show all of the matches in its cosy pub just off Deansgate, and, from Thursday to Sunday, it also has some great live music, so if you’re looking to make a night of it, you know where to go.
GRUB are screening ALL of the Six Nations matches, and you can expect a fully stocked bar with locally sourced beers, wines, spirits, cocktails, hot drinks and soft drinks, as well as a rotating lineup of street food stalls offering freshly cooked dishes and a friendly and relaxed environment in which to watch the matches! The ticket price is just a deposit for £5 which will be refunded to you in the form of a drinks token on arrival.
The Sawyer Arms
The Sawyer Arms is a Deansgate institution that’s always full of pissed people no matter what time of day you pop in. That’s why it makes a great destination to watch the Six Nations! The pub has got some great drink deals on, which include a gin palace and an extensive whisky range, as well as some traditional food and a cosy interior that’ll keep you comfy when that final pint hits and you fall asleep.
All the nail-biting excitement of the game combined with delicious pints of craft beer and burgers? Sounds good to me! Brewdog have got all of this and more, including FanZone areas where you can grab kegs of your favourite pour, so you can spend more time watching and less waiting at the bar.
This basement bar offers everything from live entertainment to sharing cocktail buckets. With eleven screens dotted around the venue, Dive NQ’s got plenty of places to catch the game in HD and the chance to celebrate ’til dawn with a late licence.
The Waldorf will be showing every scrum, tackle and try live from 5th February 2022. The pub also has options to pre book your beer buckets and pitchers when you book your seats!