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This UV Cricket Bar Is Brightening Up The Batting Cage

Tamsin Salfrais Tamsin Salfrais - Staff Writer

Sixes cricket bar

Sixes has taken the sports bar world by storm, with their winning mix of delightful food and drink, and carefree cricket batting. The immersive cricket company offers a mouthwatering British BBQ themed menu, created by the founders of Mac & Wild, alongside their brand-new UV cricket experience – book your tickets to give both a go.

SixesThe menu packs a punch with whisky glazed short rib, beef brisket volcano and house-smoked sausages you can order by the half metre or metre. Sharing dishes and vegan options are available too, as well as a whole host of winter warmer desserts. That’s not even all: what would British cuisine be without some quintessential cocktails to wash them down? Bespoke Sixes cocktails include Eton Mess, Ashes Manhattan, and Sixes Fruit Cup and Teatime (which contains actual Yorkshire Tea).

sixes cricket bar UV cricketAs of last week (October 22), Sixes brought something brand-new to the batting cage with the launch of UV cricket. In a world first, you can swing for sixes in specially designed nets under pioneering UV lights. This new, playful element will make the batting experience even more mesmerising and magical; the captivating lights, coupled with the state-of-the-art technology, will delight long-term players and total novices alike. Sixes’ batting nets are hired by the hour, and are suitable for all ages and abilities, so it’s a great chance to pit your skills against friends and family, and find out who’s a one-cap wonder, and who’s got a technique that Sachin Tendulkar would applaud.

While Sixes has two outposts here in London (in Fulham and Fitzrovia), and one in Manchester, the exciting UV cricket experience is currently available in Fitzrovia and Manchester only. So grab your pals, colleagues, or nearest and dearest, and swing into first place at your next Halloween get together or Christmas bash. Book your spot on Sixes’ website.


Also published on Medium.

Tags: spring, summer
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