Watching the Rugby World Cup in the Jewellery Quarter

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The Jewellery Quarter is the place to be for Rugby fans this Autumn with loads of great venues screening the matches, from traditional pubs to trendy sports bars, we’ve got some plenty of places where you can catch all the action.

Rose Villa Tavern

This traditional Jewellery Quarter pub known for it’s welcoming and cosy atmosphere is really getting into the Rugby World Cup spirit – they have the flags up and there’s even a photo op for all your selfie needs. They are showing all the matches, so grab some friends, order a drink and choose a selection of small plates to share from their menu!

JQ Bar and Grill

The JQ’s trendiest Sports Bar, where you can watch every sport imaginable, including the Rugby World Cup, with big screens everywhere. Watch the match and tuck into their huge menu of Indian delicacies, washed down with a pint or two.

The Red Lion

A traditional pub with loads of character, perfect for grabbing a pint of ale and watching all the upcoming matches in the Rugby World Cup.
They are known for their Sunday roasts, so we recommend booking a table if you are catching a Sunday fixture.

The Shakespeare

Known for hearty pub grub and authentic 19th century gin parlour, this pub is also a cosy place to watch the Rugby World Cup, especially as the weather gets autumnal.
Who doesn’t want a pint and a pie or burger while they watch the match!

The Button Factory

There’s always something going on at The Button Factory and the Rugby World Cup is no exception. We recommend booking a table if you want to eat, but let them know when booking that you want a view of the screen.

The Queen’s Arms

The Queen’s Arms will be showing all the Rugby World Cup games, this traditional pub oozes charm and has bags of character.
Head on down for a pint (we recommend the cask ales) and some delicious Nottybites food with 3 for £15 on all small plates, ready to enjoy the game.

The Wolf

Huge selection of craft beers including all our local breweries, book a table to watch the Rugby at The Wolf with a pint, and some excellent grub. Weekday favourites include pies and toasties, and the Sunday roasts are always popular. A great atmosphere and you’ll never run out of new drinks to try.

Saint Pauls House

Watch the Rugby World Cup in style at Jewellery Quarter favourite Saint Pauls House with a drink or two, or treat yourself to a meal.
Walk up are welcome or book yourself a table to be sure of the best seats in the house for your day of rugby viewing.

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