Bars in Bath
A hubbub of history, horticulture and hootenannys alike, Bath is one boozy babe for those that know how to navigate it. And that's where we come in. From darling drinking dens and renowned speakeasy spots, to cheap treats and stunning garden decks, Bath is a must-try UK city for any and all drinking shenanigans. Check out our recommendations for the best bars in Bath and enjoy the sights, and supping.
A fun-time party bar with beaming bartenders, infectious feel-good vibes and a massive backlog of cocktails, you just can't go wrong with Be At One. Head round for Happy Hour, you'll snag fantastic discounts on their library of drinks and you'll be in the company of a lively after work crowd. They're quick to champion their Aperol Spritz and Straight-Up Daiquiris, but every drink is well worth a crack.
Sub 13 take on classic cocktail bar vibes with a swanky twist where you can revel in rooms designed by Shaun Clarkson like their Perrier-Jouët Champagne lounge decked out in luxe leathers with bubbles on hand. Explore this labyrinth of intimate drinking dens or douse yourself in alfresco drinking.
This great bar and restaurant in Bath is a perfect stop off point after a day of visiting the many historic sites Bath has to offer. Home of live sports, it's a great place to grab a pint on game nights.
Throughout the week Walcot House is a fantastic bar in Bath, boasting three stunning floors to enjoy, as well as an all-day café, a restaurant and a bar. Come here for delicious cocktails and stay for the live bands that play weekly, creating one of the most enjoyable and unique spaces in the city.
Known for their lush cocktails and American nibbles, Revolution is a UK renowned bar that stands in good stead amongst the Bath community. Whether you're knocking back an 'Electric Margarita', chowing down on their Smokin' Bacon burger with chorizo ketchup and Wotsits, or enjoying party tidings on the weekend, Revolution is a delicious all rounder.
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Head over to Lawrence Street where this unique bar and restaurant offers a delicious selection of authentic Spanish tapas. Chow down on everything from cured ham to steaming bowl or paella, and wash it all down with a few jugs of sangria.
Tucked away on Grove Street, Opium is a darling den of vintage drinks and retro furniture. A must-try destination for those that love a little vintage whimsy, Opium keeps one foot firmly in the past with its dated trinkets, cutesy nooks and top notch cocktails. Date night primed, head on down for Boston-style bartending and more.
A Brooklyn inspired babe of a bar, Burgers and Barrels bring a dose of petite dive bar, with a whole hunkering of neat meats. Known for their rustic feel, raw woodwork and dosed charm, guests can settle on down for a selection of top notch burgers, set alongside delicious desserts, cocktails, bucket loads of beer and more.
One of the most dashing destinations in Bath to head for a drink, The Porter is a cornucopia of fresh faces and spaces alike. Modern with a dated, British twist, The Porter maintains and upmarket yet rustic edge throughout, with guests heading on down for unique bottles of wine and fresh British plates alike.
Those with a hankering for the finer things in life won't be hard pushed to enjoy the opulence that a destination like Montagu Bar has to boast. Steeped in history, and found in a luxurious spa at that, Montagu bar promise a smattering of 1920s style with some of the best vintage Martini mixes in the business.
Speciality spirits and an on site distillery make for one custom drinking destination known as The Canary Gin Bar. Housed in The bath Gin Company and spread over two floors with a dedicated Martini Bar, The Canary Gin Bar is a wonderland for the cocktail connoisseur or Gin guzzler where you'll find masterful mixology and creative blends.