If you ignore the twisted noses, cauliflower ears and blood spatters, rugby is played by gentlemen, and gentlemen drink wine, not beer.
The Rugby World Cup kicks off on 18 September 2015. But why squeeze into a sweaty pub to be bumped around while drinking lukewarm lager, when tables can be booked in The Humble Grape private dining space to watch the big game with a civilised glass of wine or two?
The Humble Grape Wine Bar and shop opened in mid-July. The bar has already reached the #1 spot on Trip Advisor, due to their simple mission: For Londoner’s to enjoy wine on their terms. Wines are imported directly from the vineyard, cutting out the middleman, so that customers pay for the wines you’re drinking without large mark-ups.
They have two tables that will each comfortably seat eight people without having to scrum for space to see our big screen. All that is asked is respectably humble behaviour.
Notes: Tables can booked by emailing Events Manager Rosie Crossman firstname.lastname@example.org £50/ person minimum spend.
Contact: Humble Grape, 2 Battersea Rise, London, SW11 1ED.