6 places to watch the Six Nations in the Jewellery Quarter
From whisky and mead; to bottomless brunch and home brewed beer, it’s no hidden secret that Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is top of the list for people searching for that quality night out. So ahead of the Six Nations this weekend, where are you watching the action? We’ve compiled our top 6 JQ venues to help with your planning.
Situated on Frederick Street sits the Button Factory – a building that pays homage to the Quarter’s history of button-making. This stylish bar offers bottomless brunch, cracking cocktails and has one of the best rooftop terraces in the city. It is also taking table bookings for the Six Nations this weekend to make sure you and your mates are perfectly catered for throughout the whole of the 80 minutes. Book your table here.
Recently reopened under their new name and branding, The Clifden is at the heart of the Jewellery Quarter’s food and beverage scene. With one of the most quirkiest and largest beer gardens in the city (it’s partially covered, don’t worry) – and with multiple TV screens – it’s one of the best places on our list to experience the atmosphere of the Six Nations. Find out more here.
Serving quality Indian food along with a large variety of lagers, beers, wines and cocktails, the JQ Bar and Grill is also the Jewellery Quarter’s first – and only – dedicated sports bar. With screens fitted across every empty space, you can guarantee your view will never be compromised. Check them out here.
At the bottom of Warstone Lane, this tucked away pub offers award-winning food and a full range of premium and European lagers and local draft ales. Boasting seven large screens throughout the pub (inside and outside in their covered beer garden) dedicated to nothing but sport, you won’t miss a kick! Visit their website.
Sitting next to Michelin-starred Opheem, The Shakespeare Inn on Summer Row is showing every minute of this year’s Six Nations. What’s more is that they serve generous portions of traditional pub grub and provide you with a large a selection of cask ales, beers and gins to choose from.
190 years old, The Queen’s Arms serves up classic pub grub, fantastic traditional ales and an extensive variety of keg beer. An intimate environment situated close to St Paul’s Square, the Queen’s Arms will provide you with an unrivalled atmosphere to watch the Six Nations. Visit them here.
Throughout the Jewellery Quarter
Home to the best pub in the UK, 1000 Trades is also showing the rugby this season. And for all you beer lovers, The Wolf (Birmingham’s craft beer haven) is showing every match of the Six Nations on their multiple large screens. Visit their website to book yourself a table.