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Bath Pubs & Restaurants

Lovers of good food adore Bath because there is a wide variety of pubs and restaurants. All tastes are catered for. Bath has many pubs, and quite a variety of them. Some are older and more traditional, while others are new and more like a wine bar in style. Some pubs have live music on certain nights.

 

Bath Pubs

The Huntsman Inn
The Huntsman Inn serves a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of pub snacks. They also have a late license and have karaoke on Mondays and Wednesdays as well as a 70's night on Thursdays. Catering for private parties of up to 100 guests is available upon request.

Lambrettas Bar
Lambrettas bar has the trendy scooter of the 60's and 70's as it's theme. The spacious bar is housed in a grade one listed Georgian building. Although the original wood paneling remains inside, some of it may be hidden by the outrageous collection of Lambretta related memorabilia. The management pride themselves on their award winning scooters and well stocked bar. There's always a hearty selection of locally brewed real ales on tap including Baths own, Abbey Ales. Bath's famous rugby club is only 2 minutes walk away - get the timing right and you could join in the pre and post rugby match festivities. Alternatively, why not kick-back and relax with your favourite drink in the warm, friendly atmosphere and enjoy the views from the bar - truly in the heart of Bath.

Pulteney Arms
Ash McMorris and his staff welcome you to the Pulteney Arms in Bath. A unique and traditional real ale pub with a great atmosphere and superb home made meals as well as a complementary range of fine wines, spirits and lagers. The Pulteney Arms remains as one of only a few pubs in Bath that can say with any accuracy that it is over 200 years old as our history will testify to. Food Served All Week (except monday and tuesday lunchtime).

 

Bath Restaurants

Clarkes restaurant
Clarkes restaurant has established itself as one of the best and most popular restaurants in the City of Bath. The restaurant is split into three sections: A sophisticated yet informal dining room / bar on the street level that overlooks one of Baths, if not Europe’s most famous streets and an intimate, luxurious dining room on the lower level - plus now located on the first floor is probably one of the most exclusive bars in Bath called The Chazz Bar, which is very colonial with big leather armchairs and a tented ceiling..

Rajpoot
Established in 1980, the Rajpoot Restaurant is divided into three parts, "The Old India", "India Cottage" and "Kamra", each with it's own character, fully air conditioned and offering a seating capacity for 90 diners. Much thought has been given in designing this restaurant to ensure the classic theme of the food is enhanced by a suitably authentic atmosphere. The results would have been endorsed by the Mughal Emperors and will, we trust, by the visiting Naswabs, Rajahs and Maharajas of the Indian sub-continent. In addition to many prestigious National and International awards, high praise by food critics and good food guides, the Rajpoot is the recipient of: The Best in Britain Award, Les Routier Restaurant of the Year.