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Watch the Game & Celebrate Six Nations with Scrum-tious Fare and Ale

6 Nations pie and pint

Celebrate the Six Nations Rugby Championship and watch the games with hearty fare and the very finest craft ales at Lace Market Hotel’s gastro pub, Cock & Hoop.

Nottingham’s rugby fans can enjoy a ‘Pie and a Pint’ for just £10, kick starting with the first matches of the tournament between France and Italy on 6th February at 2.25pm. and then the big one! The England team, under new coach, Australian Eddie Jones, take on Scotland at Murrayfield at 4.50p.m.

Signature Chef’s Pies, created by Head Chef, Ben Chaplin, features old favourites Chicken and Ham, Steak and Ale and Steak and Kidney – among many others.

A popular choice with the local business and resident community, the Cock & Hoop offers a relaxed, traditional setting with open fires, quality menus and cellars bursting with the very best craft beer – the perfect place to enjoy the Six Nations.

You can order a Cock & Hoop ‘Pie and a Pint’ on any match day until 5.00pm throughout the tournament.

For more information, visit www.lacemarkethotel.co.uk or call 0115 948 4414.

Posted on 05 February 2016

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