Where are you watching the Rugby World Cup Final?

After a month of nail biting competition, England will finally face South Africa in the ninth Rugby World Cup Final with the hotly anticipated match kicking off at 9am on Saturday, November 2nd.

The eight-hour time difference between England and host nation Japan isn't stopping the pubs from opening and showing the game, and it does mean many are offering breakfasts and hot drinks, in addition to that essential rugby ingredient, beer, so why not enjoy this really exciting event down your local - we have chosen a few that may be near you!

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  • Standing out from the crowd in Cardiff, 10 Feet Tall is unparalleled in its diversity and quality. Three different floors provide the ideal space to relax, eat, drink or dance.Our knowledgeable staff offer a quality range of distinctive cocktails to tempt

  • Our rockin' bar, diner and beer garden is in the thick of things. Smack bang in Edinburgh’s historical backdrop and city’s most famed attractions.

  • We’ve carefully selected our bar range to ensure a wide variety, combining high quality to suit all tastes. We have spirits, beers and wines from all over the world and a great range of cask ales, brewed locally and from further afield.

  • If you’re like us and love to party, then Saturday Night at The Grand was made for you! Every week our DJs deliver a mix of the best party classics from R’n’B, Pop, Hip-Hop, House and Disco whilst you throw shapes on our light-up dance floor.

  • A venue that fulfils your dreams in televised sports, with over 71,000 TV channels covering 25% of the earth’s satellite demands, we are fanatical about what we do. Our offer is simple, be the best sports bar in the world in the greatest city on the plan

  • You’ll always find a warm welcome at The Font in Brighton. It’s a place where you can enjoy the day whether you fancy a few rounds with mates, a spot of lunch with colleagues or a cosy meal for two.

  • Welcome to the Gipsy Queen one of London’s last remaining independently run pubs. Our North London owners Marc, Lucy and Ben, are all on a mission to maintain the heritage of this charming local landmark for the whole local community to enjoy.

  • Welcome to our Goose Island Brewpub, where we'll be bringing the spirit of Chicago to London with incredible beers, food and music; with our onsite brewery, pizza kitchen and a team of Cicerone Certified Beer Servers.

  • In the midst of Soho and moments from Mayfair, Ham Yard has an urban village feel. The hotel revolves around a tree-filled garden with a bronze sculpture centrepiece by Tony Cragg.

  • Homeboy will bring the best of warm laid-back Irish hospitality. Home comforts paired with delicious drinks and playful sinful food to a soundtrack of hip-hop and RnB.

  • The Loft is an exciting new multi-functional space, designed and operated by Pernod Ricard UK. Located in a historic building reborn in the heart of Manchester, The Loft is a place to discover and experiment, morning, noon and night.

  • Set in the historic Great Northern Warehouse, we offer the best games around, the top-rated James Martin Manchester restaurant, stylish bars open all night, and an abundance of exciting live events, including big names like Matt Goss and ABC delighting cr

  • We want this to be a place full of warmth and happy memories, with food that aims to put a smile on your face and drinks to put a spring in your step.

  • You’ll always find a warm welcome at O’Neill’s Broad Street in Birmingham. It’s the perfect place to enjoy the craic, whether you just fancy a few with mates, or you’re looking for a chilled out bar to refuel with plenty of great value pub food, all day e

  • A welcoming modern-style restaurant and bar, open early morning until late every day, it’s the perfect place to pick up a coffee and pastry on your way to work or, relax and enjoy brunch, lunch or dinner chosen from our exceptional food menu.

  • As an established bristol restaurant, we feel it is our duty to make the most of the fantastic ingredients on our doorstep, where possible sourcing locally from the West Country.

  • The Sheep on Sheep Street revealed its new look, along with its new name in July 2016. We like to think we’re bringing a new dimension to eating and drinking in the Cotswolds, as well as a little Soho style too

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