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Best cafes in Bath

Coffee Shop
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“Best, award winning coffee. The coffee shop embraces the seasonality of coffee growing (the coffees they have available will change weekly), allowing you to explore special flavours of truly unique coffees. Their experience, expertise and passion applied to this beverage allows to present you with an incredible coffee. Don't be afraid to ask questions at Colonna & Smalls, if you're wanting to know more about what's on offer. ”
37local recommendations
Cafe
“Great for lunch or dinner, terrace weather permitted but try to get a table on ground level when booking. Booking advised.”
29local recommendations
Museum
“A piece of Bath history just around a few corners from the Abbey. Excellent place for a snack or High Tea.”
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Café
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“A west country institution with outlets across the region - great for breakfast / brunch, lunch and tea. Friendly and relaxed vibe”
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Meal Takeaway
“Chill out place with good coffee, good cakes and always smiling service. Relaxed and relaxing.”
18local recommendations
Cafe
“Simple brunch and lunch menu. Personally I would head here for a coffee and a slab of cake and enjoy it whilst sitting in the sun outside, people watching. Also has a great interiors shop and clothing range in the same venue. Generous slices of cake!”
15local recommendations
Café
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“Great independent cafe for brunch. In a lovely quiet street between the Royal Crescent and the Circus.”
20local recommendations
Cafe
“Large selection of international cheeses, charcuterie and accompaniments. Service oriented with quality products.”
13local recommendations
Bar
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“Beautifully located in an old railway station, Green Park Brasserie offers a relaxed, friendly environment with freshly prepared food, an eclectic wine list, organic coffee and live music. The Braz is at the heart of the thriving independent community at Green Park Station which hosts Bath Farmers' Market (the UK's first Farmers' Market) every Saturday morning. Open since 1992, the Braz is an independently-owned and run restaurant in Bath. They pride themselves on their food, based on the quality of local producers and the skill of the Braz chefs who source ingredients from across Bath and Bath Farmers' Market, just metres from the kitchen. Join the Braz for live jazz on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, for lunch all week, for their famous Sunday roast, or for coffees and pastries throughout the day. ”
7local recommendations
Café
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“Just a few yards down the road, this is a little gem. Family run, superb food. We are very lucky to have it so close.”
10local recommendations
Cafe
“relaxed and affordable , does a great breakfast (including Veggie)open all day and eve. drinks and cocktails. vintage style. when the suns out the front is opened and you can sit outside.”
9local recommendations
English Restaurant
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“A reliably good choice for eating out, be it a lovely breakfast/ brunch or an evening meal. ”
8local recommendations
Cafe
“Great for all sorts of breakfasts. Fry up, musli and fruit, pancakes, eggs Benedict and more. Decent lunch menu. Friendly prices To be consumed with coffee and fresh orange juice.”
7local recommendations
Music Venue
“This is the cool hangout place. They have hosted a pretty prestigious lineup of live shows too, but I generally go on tuesdays for 'The big Cheese'- their night of pop and dance hits.”
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Cafe
“The place for the perfect breakfast to start your day. PS: I highly recommend the salmon avocado with scrambled​ eggs ;) ”
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Cafe
“Great local café, friendly and busy. Good coffee, snacks, breakfasts, lunches. Can sit out on the pavement.”
6local recommendations