Best Pub to watch Rugby

Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by phxbbw6ft1, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. phxbbw6ft1

    phxbbw6ft1 Guest

    Looks like I can't get any Rugby Internationals tickets for plan B: I'll be in London....What's the best pub to watch it from???

    Cheers, Melissa :bana:
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  3. toup

    toup Guest

    Probably some of the ones around Twickenham... then you get a bit more atmosphere and get to mingle with the people who were actually at the games afterwards if that's something which appeals to you?

    Other than that, there are a load of pubs in the centre that will be pretty lively and full... depends what you're looking for from a 'good' pub...
  4. phxbbw6ft1

    phxbbw6ft1 Guest

    I guess by " good" pub I just mean- one that will be lively and full of Rugby fans. Since i'm not from the UK - I guess it also means having a "local experience"? Don't know if that makes sense.Lifes about experiences- My first choice would be- see the game- But since I can't afford that- I want to do something equally fun. Thanks fo the sugestions:)

    Cheers, Melissa
  5. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    I'll tell youi what isn't a good pub... My friggin Regular.

    they once turned off Northampton Vs Leicester for Eastenders.


  6. There is one near in Twickenham, quite close to the ground, called the Lord Nelson or something like that.

    Never been in there myself but I've been told it certainly used to be quite good.
  7. toup

    toup Guest

    Well the ones near the ground are probably best for being full of genuine rugby fans, although if you want to continue your night then Twickenham isn't the best place to go out after the pub... again, all depends what you look for in a night out / what you can afford etc. Also how long you're in London I suppose...
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