Foodie Events and Activities
Bath has a busy calendar of food events, from farmers’ markets and chef demonstrations to wine tastings and food festivals.
Launched by Tom Kerridge in 2017, Pub in the Park is a three-day festival for food lovers, combining the very best of British cuisine from world class chefs and Michelin-starred pubs with great live music and chef demonstrations, to create the perfect foodie experience.
Did you know that Bath invented the concept of farmers' markets, with the very first one set up here in 1987? The Bath Farmers’ Market is just as popular today as it was when it first began, running every Saturday morning at Green Park Station. Discover, browse and sample a cornucopia of foodie delights from fruit and vegetables to freshly baked pies, bread, organic meats and plenty of sweet treats, all sourced within a 40-mile radius of the city. Other local farmers markets can be found just outside of Bath in Midsomer Norton and Keynsham.
Keep an eye out for chef demonstrations and tastings at Topping & Company Booksellers as they often host chefs who are launching new recipe books.
For more information on events in Bath, visit our events page.
Being nestled in Somerset countryside - long-connected with farming - Bath and the surrounding area are home to many food producers and artisanal providers.
Take a tour of the vines and enjoy a tasting session in the winery at Wraxall Vineyard, learn how to make award-winning cheese at a Kelston dairy farm with Bath Soft Cheese Tours, and discover organic winemaking techniques at Quoins Organic Vineyard - one of only seven commercial, organic vineyards in the country.
Eat your way around the city with a food tour - Savouring Bath can take you from ancient pubs to artisanal coffees, breweries to bread, and farmers markets to falafels, with tasting opportunities aplenty.