Watching the Six Nations in the Jewellery Quarter

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The Jewellery Quarter is the perfect destination for rugby fans looking to catch all the action during one of the most highly-anticipated events in the rugby calendar- The Six Nations. The area boasts a rich history and unique atmosphere and a variety of excellent pubs and bars to choose from. Whether you’re a die-hard rugby fan or just looking for a fun day out, the Jewellery Quarter is the perfect destination during the Six Nations which kicks off on Friday 2nd February.

The Wolf

A modern and stylish bar known for their wide selection of craft beers, as well as a menu of small plates and sharing platters, plus their famous Sunday roasts. It’s the perfect spot for a group of friends to enjoy the game in style. 


The Church

Known for it’s roof-top bar, dining room and historic charm, The Church is also a great place to watch the Rugby. Treat yourself to one of their peerless scotch eggs, some truffle fries or even a whole meal and wash it down with a craft beer to ensure that whatever the Rugby scores you won’t leave disappointed.

The Button Factory

Another great option is The Button Factory. This trendy bar, located on Frederick Street, has multiple TVs throughout both floors of the bar plus a huge pull-down projector, you’ll be able to catch all the action live, and the bar also has a great selection of food available, making it a great spot for a full day of Six Nations viewing. Just let them know when booking that you want to be in front of a screen and they will make it happen!


JQ Bar and Grill

The JQ Bar and Grill is a modern and stylish bar that serves a wide range of drinks and the finest and freshest Indian delicacies. It’s the perfect place to watch the game on the big screen and enjoy a pint of your favourite beer. Bring your friends and family along for an evening of fun and good vibes!


The Red Lion

The Red Lion is a traditional pub that has been around for many years and thanks to new menus and management in 2023 it’s likely to be here for many more. It’s a great place to watch the game and enjoy a pint of ale and offers award-winning food. The bar staff are friendly and the atmosphere is always lively. 


Somewhere in Brum

This new venue just off the corner of St Paul’s Square is a surprising discovery, tucked away in a cosy wine cellar setting. There’s Happy Hour Monday to Friday 12pm til 6pm with 2 for 1 on draft beers and 2 cocktails for £12, and delicious food from Noty Bites to keep you fuelled up which watching the game.


The Shakespeare Inn

The Shakespeare Inn is a great place to watch the game and enjoy a meal. The pub serves a wide range of food and drink, including their famous pies. This traditional pub has bags of Victorian charm and a friendly atmosphere.


Actress and Bishop

Known for live music, stand-up and open mic nights, the Actress and Bishop is also a great spot to catch a game. The atmosphere is lively and welcoming, with a wide selection of beers and ciders on tap, plus an exciting cocktail menu.


St Paul’s House

Cosy up in a ruck at Saint Paul’s House this February and March to enjoy the Six Nations. With screens across the bar area Saint Paul’s House is the place to be to watch the rugby as every Saturday and Sunday we serve a Bottomless Brunch or Sunday Roast. 2 hours of endless tipples while you watch endless tackles! Make sure to book your table to avoid disappointment.

Rose Villa Tavern

The Rose Villa Tavern is a Jewellery Quarter institution, with a pub on that site for almost 130 years, although it was totally rebuilt in 1919. This listed pub is full of original features and offers a cosy and welcoming atmosphere, perfect for enjoying the Rugby  Six Nations.


The Rectory & 180 club

The Rectory is an idyllic venue to gather with friends or colleagues for lunch, enjoy cocktails at night or indulge in brunch on Saturdays, and is also home to 180 club -Birmingham’s Underground darts bar. It’s also a great place to watch sport.


The Barrel Store JQ

Run by Attic Brewery, the barrel store is not just a space for crafting barrel aged beers, it’s also a lively bar for drinking them in, right underneath the railway arches. The pizza oven will keep you fed while you sample some of the 16 brews on offer and watch some Rugby.


The Jewellery Quarter is a great place to catch all the action from the Six Nations, with a variety of excellent pubs and bars to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a lively atmosphere, delicious food and drink, or simply a great spot to watch the game, you’re sure to find the perfect place in the Jewellery Quarter. 

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