Whether it is a rugby match or the much anticipated World Cup 2018, Nairobi has plenty of places to watch the latest game while enjoying a bite or a drink. Large screens strategically placed, delicious bitings, a wide selection of drinks and a fun crowd are all you need to enjoy the most watched football competition of all time. Here’s a list of some popular bars you can watch sports and get your fill, all at the same time.
With three bars and one restaurant, Gipsy is great if you’re up for a night out partying with friends after watching the matches of the day. With numerous large screens dotted across the establishment you can enjoy the match from any seat. Also, their delicious chicken wings will come in handy when the hunger pangs strike.
Nestled along Woodvale Close, Westlands, opposite the Jacaranda Hotel, you’ll find The Node, a delightful restaurant with an extensive international menu. Their dedicated sports bar, The Sap, is where you can cheer on your team while enjoying
their extensive selection or drinks and bar bitings.
Rustic but modern with an Irish flair, best describes The Tav. Its location at The Mirage building off Waiyaki Way features a terrace area, with multiple screens for viewing the action. Its upstairs lounge opens up to a cavernous loft space where you can munch on their Teriyaki Chicken Wings as you catch up on the game.
Get right in the action and watch all the biggest football games at K1’s stadium-like round marquee as you knock back the pints and indulge in their legendary samosas, wings, or choma sausages. This spot is a favourite of many who live within
Westlands. Be sure to get there early if you’re looking to catch a game.
Popular for the over 100 board games available, Bao Box’s rooftop, location on the 8th floor of Pramukh towers, provides a spacious and airy ambiance. When there are big games on, they always set up a large projector screen on the terrace area
so football fans can enjoy their menu which includes pizzas, fries, wings and more.
Located on Parklands rd, this classic Westlands level drinking spot and sports bar is popular for the fantastic music that always has revellers on their feet all night. Choose from the VIP, outdoor or indoor area, they are all conveniently situated screens in such a way to allow you to watch your games from any vantage point.
Located off Amboseli road in Lavington, Ambo Garden’s casual setup features high wooden chairs and tables casually dispersed in the floor space. Loved for their nyama choma (roasted meat) and mutura (African sausage), they have large
screens strategically placed to allow football fans to watch their games.
Kengele’s in Lavington Green mall is an extremely popular and lively pub with a good balance between outdoor and indoor space. The sound system is powerful and there are generous screens for viewing sports. Their chicken is pretty good and they have good prices on beers, wines and spirits.