3 Classy London venues to watch Euro 2016 unfold

Euro 2016 is in full swing, in fact, it’s beyond full swing and now into the deadly knockout stages.

In a few hours time England could either be crashing out (great failure) or in the quarter finals (great success) – but regardless of how Roy’s Boys do tonight – here’s our top three of where to watch the action for the remaining games:

[Warning: this list is not for the ‘puritans’ – the terrace going, beer-swilling hardcore fans. This is for the CTC gent – who likes his football with a bit of class…]

3. Carlsberg Sports BarInside the Empire Casino, Leicester Square

How big do you like your screens? 8-inch? 32-inch? 55-inch? How about 150 inch?

— The Carlsberg Sport Bar offers the largest screen us at CTC have seen, with superb service and a touch of class. Check out this Google 360 interior view for a preview. See here for more info and booking.

2. Steam and RyeLeadenhall Street, Bank

Like a cocktail with your football? Head on down to Steam & Rye for the american treatment.

Details all here – private booths and great deals on food and drink for those who reserve

1. Gaucho – multiple locations

We at Cut The Cap have long been fans of the Gaucho setup – quality food and drinks and a humidor on offer – a great place for entertaining or sitting back.

Our number one choice has to be here – and to celebrate Gaucho are offer a limited number of special packages for the next two weeks.

Tonight’showing is England v Iceland hosted by Talksport’s  Adrian Clarke – but keep your eyes on their site for further showings coming up.

Deals include drinks, 3 course meal, and half a bottle of wine – as well as expert analysis from the prod during each game – not to be missed.

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