Tom’s Kitchen Canary Wharf
At this relaxed bar in Canary Wharf, guests can enjoy the game on two big screens, plus Whitstable ale and a selection of cocktails themed around the participating nations.
Paternoster Chop House
These guys will be screening the matches and are also offering the Ultimate Cure deal – Iberico morcon sausage, tervel cured ham, chorizo alejando and selection of pickles (on a board to share) with two p ints of Meantime Ale for £20 (available in the bar for lunch and dinner during the rugby world cup until the 31 October)
The Canary Wharf venue will be screening the matches on their Bar terrace and serving a cocktail menu with drinks inspired by some of the teams involved – including England, New Zealand and Australia. England’s is made with gin, rosewater and orange bitters among others.
Join the GNH Bar in King’s Cross for live screenings of all matches on their super-sized LCD screens featuring Bose sound systems. Serving Guinness and a selection of nibbles, breakfast and light bites, GNH bar is open from 7am (Monday to Saturday, 8am Sunday) to 2am (Thursday to Saturday, 1am Monday to Wednesday and 12am on Sundays).
Rugby World Cup for Foodies
For those looking to escape the looming Rugby madness, scrum down in Skylon with classic English cocktails and seasonal bites from the autumn menu. The bar team have some created some delicious cocktails including Westbourne– Martin Miller’s gin, elderflower cordial, fresh grapefruit juice and wine, served in a crystal glass and garnished with a dried grapefruit twist and edible flowers. From the menu guests can enjoy ricotta, courgette and red onion ravioli followed by raspberry and lemon crème brulee with pistachio biscotti; sure fire World Cup winners and without a rugby pitch in sight. Open until 1am on Fridays and Saturdays Skylon guarantees delectable views of London’s South Bank away from the hustle and bustle of the England rugby scrum!