The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating,Drinking & Shopping

Club Shop

Open: Monday-Friday: 9am - 5pm

Closed: Saturday and Sunday

01905 459319

 

Eating and Drinking in the Stadium

Sixways is not short of drinking options. Most away fans congregate at the junction of the North and West stands. There is a selection of real ales in the Coliseum Bar, where you can also find the Warriors Supporters Club.

There are also multiple bar areas under the East Stand.

The ground is open for as long as there's a fan to serve. Hang   around in the Scrum Club, where you have a live feed to the game, and post-match band

 

 

Where to Eat and Drink near the Stadium

The Saracens Head is only a few minutes’ walk away from Foregate Street station on the Tything,and is a real rugby pub popular with home supporters.

The CAMRA award-winning Dragon Inn sits opposite the Saracens Head and offers a wide selection of real ale and local ciders.

The Postal Order is a branch of Wetherspoons, next door to Foregate Street station.

The Cricketers on Angel Street offers more real ale, food, and is handily located next to the bus station.

 

Nandos

 55-59 Friar Street

Worcester

01905 731797

Links to the club and deals on-line for Warriors fans

 

Chesters

51 New Street

Worcester

01905 611638

Mexican eatery specialising in vegetarian food

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The Barn Owl

Berkeley Way

Warndon

01905 458615

Converted barn with extensive menu - a short walk from Sixways

 

Saracens Head

4 The Tything

Worcester

01905 24165

Only pub in the city to stock official Warriors Black Pear

 

Coach and Horses

39 Upper Tything

01905 28831

Rugby pub popular with Worcester supporters and staff

 

The Talbot

8-10 Barbourne Road

01905 723744

Traditional, friendly bar that's a regular haunt of sports   fans.

 

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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