Local sides Bristol Bears and Bath Rugby are through to the play-off semi-finals of the Gallagher Premiership, after securing their place in two of the league's top four spaces. 

Bristol Bears will face Wasps on Saturday with a 1.30pm kick off. The mouthwatering clash, live on BT Sport HD, sees Pat Lam’s men travel to the Ricoh Arena for their first play-off clash since 2007.

Our handy round-up of places showing the match is here to ensure you don’t miss a single try, with some scrum-ptious food and drink offers thrown in for good measure.

Ashton Gate Stadium

Watch the action on the country's largest indoor pub screen at Ashton Gate Sports Bar & Pizzeria this weekend. What better place to be? It is, of course, the home of The Bristol Bears themselves. Take advantage of great pizza courtesy of partners Pizza Workshop and book a table for up to 6 people by emailing reservations@ashtongate.co.uk.

Alternatively, say hello to hospitality. Here they'll be welcoming 250 guests to the Lansdown Restaurant with social distancing measures in place; ensuring the safety and enjoyment of all attendees. For £55pp+VAT you'll get to watch the Bears go in search of a maiden Premiership final with a three-course meal, appetisers and a half-time pie. Bear-illiant!  

Bristol Bears Gallagher Premiership Semi Final
Hospitality package at Ashton Gate Stadium

King Street Brew House

This buzzing urban pub and microbrewery has five large screens which will be showing the game. Since re-opening, they have implemented their 'Safe in the City' plan which focuses on safe distancing, hand sanitising, surface cleaning, looking after their team and minimising contact between customers and staff. A key part to this is utilising the City Club App to access menus, order and pay at table and to minimise the contact.

There’ll be an eclectic range of cask and keg ales behind the bar plus they'll be serving a delicious array of modern classic pub food, as well as 14 inch pizzas. 

King Street Brew House
King Street Brew House

Racks Bar and Kitchen

With over 12 different screens spread across the venue, you can always count on Racks Bar and Kitchen to show all the must-see matches. Why not sit back, relax and enjoy the big screen with a pint or two of their local ales? They advise booking a table well in advance to avoid disappointment.

After the game, depending on the score, celebrate or commiserate under their new Pavillion. A pop-up stretch tent now covers their popular terrace with heating and tables of up to 6 available to book from Saturday 10 October. You can order from their usual menu on the app, keeping service as contactless as possible. Racks have got the colder months covered - literally!

The all new Pavillion at Racks
The all new Pavillion at Racks Bar and Kitchen

Please note the latest Government guidelines require you to wear a face covering, unless exempt, in indoor settings and where social distancing may be difficult. You are permitted to meet in groups of no more than six people. Please socialise responsibly.  


Racks Bar & Kitchen
Racks Bar & Kitchen

Racks Bar and Kitchen, one of Clifton’s best venues, is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking for a restaurant with excellent table service and a delicious array of breakfast, lunch and evening meals.

King Street Brew House
King Street Brew House

The King Street Brew House is an urban style city centre pub with its very own micro-brewery creating an amazing range of both cask and keg beers.