Join us for the Six Nations 

We love rugby and we know you do too!

Come and join us to watch the blood, sweat and tears of it all with fellow fans from February 3 until March 17. We’ll be showing the matches from the Six Nations here in our heated garden or in the restaurant, so you can come along and enjoy the games in comfort.

The restaurant will be open as normal serving food and drinks. You can order tapas, wine, beer and G&Ts to eat and sup during the games.

You could even bring a group of friends and hire our Hepburn Room for 10 to 18 people for £50. If you order one of our set menus, then the £50 can be used against your food.

Please call or email us for more details or message us via social media.

To view the matches we’ll be screening, please click here.

 

Calling all singletons!

Back by popular demand! There’s another singles’ night this month (February) at our sister restaurant and pub The White Hart in Weston In Gordano.

Valentine chocolates TWHIn conjunction with Two Crowns Event Management, the pub is hosting Singles Night Portishead for 25 to 55-year-olds. They’re offering a beautiful venue, a programme of activities to help break the ice and drinks and nibbles too.

How does it work? Send the organisers an email or purchase your online ticket via this link http://bit.ly/2nBfc8I. You will then receive a short compatibility test and the details for the event. You will be allocated a time to attend, depending on your desired age group and test answers. Then all you have to do is enjoy a great night out!

Singles Night Portishead takes place on Monday, February 26 from 7.30pm at The White Hart. Tickets cost £14.99. Please note, the pub will be closed for the night for this private event.

For more information, please call The White Hart, which is on Clevedon Road in Weston In Gordano, on 01275 818702 or visit www.whitehartwig.com.

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