Wine News

the best outdoor pubs, bars and screens in London and across the UK Wine News

Located in an impressive Georgian building on the canal, the Canal House is a great place to watch doubles with drinks and, if you’re feeling peckish, one of its famous hanging kebabs. With plenty of seating inside and out, you’ll be well protected from the great British weather.

12 Bridge Street, Birmingham BR2 2JR;

The Oost House, Manchester

With (possibly) one of Manchester’s biggest giant screens, a magnificent beer garden and famous rotisserie, the Oast House is perfectly equipped for an afternoon spent watching Nadal and Federer, pint in hand and a burger on the way.

The Avenue Court, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3AY;

Dukes 92, Manchester

If you prefer cocktails at the bar rather than pints at the pub, head to the Dukes 92 Canalfront Restaurant and Bar, which will broadcast the games and serve delicious drinks.

18-25 Castle Street, Manchester M3 4LZ;

Black Dog Ballroom, Manchester

This New York-style bar and restaurant is the perfect place to grab a few pints (or fun cocktails), share plates of delicious finger foods, and – if the game is particularly slow on that day – a game of pool on one of the available tables.

52 Church Street, Manchester M4 1PW;

Central Park, Newcastle

More about this article: Read More
This notice was published: 2021-06-28 13:07:27

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *