Restaurants With Outdoor Seating In Bath

When the sun comes out and the temperature starts to climb? Kitchens all over town are ready and waiting to take things alfresco, transforming their outside spaces into stylish dining haunts. Take a look at our pick of the best restaurants with outdoor seating in Bath and discover a goldmine of heated rooftop terraces, hidden fairy-lit gardens and covered streetside tables.

Last updated on 11th May 2021




Searching for outdoor restaurants in Bath city centre? Just tucked in along the main drag you'll find The Crystal Palace, a traditional pub in a Grade II-listed building. Venture out back to discover its classy beer garden, complete with heaters and comfy chairs, perfect for a spot of R&R.

Sub 13

24 user reviews 4

As a well-known nightclub and cocktail bar, Sub 13 might not be the first, second, or even tenth place that comes to mind when you're wondering where to eat outside in Bath, but you'd be wrong to write it off. Head out to the pretty garden terrace during the day and enjoy a homemade stonebaked pizza or some sharing boards.

Championing cask ales, American-style grub and pop art decor, The Cork is your one-stop shop for laidback evenings with friends. If the extensive terrace area doesn't do it for you, its wallet-friendly menus will win you over.

Boater

25 user reviews 5

It's not hard to see why the Boater is regarded as one of Bath's best outdoor restaurants. Housed inside a Georgian building and overlooking the city's grand Pulteney Bridge, the pub serves all the classics alongside a wide selection of brews for guests both inside and out in their beer garden.

Freshly brewed pints and juicy meat come together at Graze. The Brunel Square restaurant and microbrewery is keeping you watered and fed in luxury on their sleek rooftop terrace, offering indulgent dishes and unique brews.

Framptons Bath

232 user reviews 5

Classic cocktails, fine wines and local beers are all up for grabs at Framptons. Nestled along the Grand Parade, this Grade I-listed beauty is bringing the wow-factor for both looks and food. Better yet, all the dishes on the menu have been made using produce sourced from within 20 miles.

Voted as one of the 30 top restaurants for a curry in Britain, The Mint Room is an obvious choice for those of you looking for a memorable meal. Add in its plush rooftop terrace and you've got yourself the ultimate place to eat and drink outside in Bath.

Housing a secret rooftop terrace, The New Inn is a no-brainer for those of you looking to soak in the sun while sipping on tasty drinks. From craft beers and artisan gins to comfort food, this lowkey pub is a summertime must.