1. The Frog & Rosbif in Bordeaux
A fun and original menu (burgers, tacos, quesadillas, fish & chips,…)
The Frog & Rosbif is famous in Bordeaux. This bar on rue Ausone, located in a former(16th century) women’s prison is the first pub in Bordeaux to have crafted its own beer !
Craft beer, original snacks, an authentic setting and atmosphere !
2. The General Humbert’s in La Rochelle
An authentic, friendly venue and an atmosphere like nowhere else, in the heart of La Rochelle !
The pub is equipped to be able to broadcast up to 4 matches simultaneously, in dedicated rooms, on international sports channels.
3. Connemara Irish Pub in Bordeaux
Irish atmosphere guaranteed in this 100% rugby-addict traditional pub !
If you listen up, you’ll hear English spoken here and spectators cheering on the « W.I.S.E » (Welsh, Irish, Scottish & English) teams! The atmosphere is extremely friendly, typical and festive.
4. Katie Daly’s Irish Pub in Bayonne
Katie Daly’s Irish Pub is quite simply Bayonne’s best Irish pub ! Watch the games in a fun, friendly and festive atmosphere and enjoy an impressive selection of beers.
Katie Daly’s Irish pub
5. Houses of Parliament in Bordeaux
The Houses of Parliament (aka HOP) opened in 2003 and is a must as far as Bordeaux’s English pubs go. Their list of beers and cocktails is quite amazing. HOP broadcasts all the major sports events !
6. O’Green Oak Irish Pub & restaurant in Mont de Marsan
The O’Green Oak Irish Pub is one of Mont de Marsan’s hotspots. Finger food, burgers and Irish coffee are on the menu. A huge bar where you can meet up with friends and family to watch the games !
7. Au Bureau pubs in Poitiers, Niort, Brive, Marmande and Pau…
Au Bureau Pubs-Brasseries are particularly lively on game night. Inspired by traditional Anglo-Saxon pubs, Au Bureau’s cuisine is simple yet generous, and offers a great selection of beers.
Find an « Au Bureau » pub near you
8. Lively sports bars in Brive-la-Gaillarde
In Brive there are many spots dedicated to rugby. Here is the Tourist Office’s own selection of friendly « gaillarde » places to watch the games !
Find a « gaillarde » bar in Brive
9. Brasserie Indé in Agen
« L’Indé » is an independent micro brewery and restaurant open 7 days a week. It is the place to be for rugby fans in Agen.
10. La Cantine de la Section near Pau
On the way to Hameau stadium, La Cantine de la Section is famous French chef Christian Etchebest’s newest venue. The Béarn-born chef combines his 2 passions here - cuisine and rugby- friendly “bistronomy” at its finest
11. Le Georges in Biarritz
In the centre of Biarritz, just a few steps from Grande Plage beach, « Le Georges » is a café dedicated to sports, and more particularly, to rugby. Plentiful cuisine served on a lovely outdoor terrace.
Le Georges Sports broadcasting programme