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Enjoy a fine dining experience at one of the Bath restaurants boasting a Michelin-starred chef, settle down in a cosy pub that serves traditional hearty fare or relax in a sunny terrace or beer garden – the choice is yours.
Bath’s history of serving afternoon tea is a tradition not to be missed, with many places providing different variations on this enduringly popular theme.
Bath is a foodie heaven, with plenty of independent restaurants and delis, a local farmer’s market (the first ever farmer’s market in the UK no less!) and a strong emphasis on locally sourced, home grown food.
We are proud to host a celebration of all this in our annual Great Bath Feast every October.
If your interested in other things that you can do in Bath, you can request a copy of the Bath Visitor Guide which gives the low-down on popular attractions such as Stonehenge, Longleat Safari Park and our amazing roman baths, a round-up of the best accommodation including spa hotels, bed and breakfasts and self-catering apartments.
It also includes recommendations on the best shopping locations, a guide and map of the city centre, the best from our what's on section, our festival guide and travel section incuding information on local car parking aswell as bus and train services.
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No trip to Bath is complete without trying one of these delicious specialties!
The city boasts some excellent restaurants with something on offer to suit all tastes
Why not pick up a new skill during your stay and return home a masterchef?
These lively markets and annual events are a great way to discover the area's local produce
If you're looking for top pub grub or to sample a local ale, head to one of Bath's great pubs
Some great places to meet for a drink with friends or get you started on a fun night out!
Enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch, grab a coffee, or pick up some local produce to take home
Download our handy free guide to help you decide where to eat out in Bath
This traditional English treat of sandwiches, cakes and tea is not to be missed