No tickets, no worries: 5 places to watch the rugby

Didn’t get a chance to snatch some tickets for this weekend’s rugby? Head on down to one of these local bars and restaurants that will be hosting the HSBC Cape Town Sevens over the weekend. From pubs to popular restaurants, get ready to enjoy burgers, beer and ball while surrounded by all the gees. Also read: Cape Town Sevens: It’s... Read more → The post No tickets, no worries: 5 places to watch the rugby appeared first on CapeTown ETC.

No tickets, no worries: 5 places to watch the rugby

Didn’t get a chance to snatch some tickets for this weekend’s rugby? Head on down to one of these local bars and restaurants that will be hosting the HSBC Cape Town Sevens over the weekend.

From pubs to popular restaurants, get ready to enjoy burgers, beer and ball while surrounded by all the gees.


Also read: Cape Town Sevens: It’s big, it’s bold and it’s back with a bang!


Hudsons Burger Joint 

Hudsons Green Point is the spot to feed both your tummy and rugby spirit this weekend. Plus, it’s so close to the stadium, you’ll catch the vibes.

Famous for its insane burgers and craft beers, it is the perfect stop for family and friends.

In the mood for other tasty options? They’ve got pizza and loaded fries, and to wash it all down – giant milkshakes and cotton candy cocktails just for you.

The details:

  • Location: 1A, Portside mall, Main Rd, Green Point
  • Contact: 021 433 1496

Picture: @hudsonsburgers / Instagram

Tiger’s Milk

Tiger’s Milk has all your favourite classic feel-good meals. The menu is simple but so good with pizza, grills and burgers – the chow of champions.

The vibe is rustic and the atmosphere is always welcoming. When watching rugby you’re sure to feel the warm embrace of your fellow supporters. If you’re down for some music, good food and some sporting spirit, this is the place to visit.

The details:

  • Location: Various stores and locations, so look for your nearest one here
  • Drink special: 2x double coke and Klipdrift for R70

Picture: @tigersmilkza / Instagram

Jerry’s Burger Bar

Jerry’s Burger Bar is all about, well, burgers. There are a variety of juicy burgers filled with all sorts of toppings to complete your burger dreams.

With live sports always playing and craft beers always flowing, this location is fit to boost that rugby spirit within.

Locations:

  • Observatory: 123 Lower Main Rd, Observatory
  • Heritage Square: Heritage Square, 98 Shortmarket St
  • Blouberg: 1st Floor, Portico Building, 1 Athens Rd
  • Willobridge: SHOP G82, Willowbridge Centre, 39 Carl Cronje Dr

Picture: @jerrysburgerbar / Instagram

The Dubliner at Kennedy’s 

If you’re in the mood for a more classic pub and grub vibe, head on over to the Dubliner. This Irish-inspired pub is both on the traditional and modern side and is home to some ice-cold beers on tap, tasty food and live music.

If you fancy a traditional pub rugby experience, this is the place for you.

The details:

  • Location: 251 Long Street
  • Contact: 021 423 0910

Picture: @kennedys_dubliner / Instagram

The Fireman’s Arms

Speaking of tradition, The Fireman’s Arms is one of Cape Town’s oldest bars, dating back to 1864. The bar is engulfed in all sorts of sports-themed flags and has multiple screens for the ultimate viewing experience.

With its traditional British feel and sports-themed pub, you’re welcomed by the fan’s excitement before a game. The Fireman’s Arms serves delicious pub grub-inspired food coupled with some good drinks specials.

The details:

  • Location: 25 Buitengracht St &, Mechau St, De Waterkant

Picture: @firemansarms1864 / Instagram

More places:

Also read:

How to survive and thrive in any rugby experience when you aren’t a rugby fanatic 

Picture: Jerrys Burger Bar / Instagram

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