Resting in the heart of georgian Bath the new look Assembly Inn caters for all with quality food served by great staff Mon – Friday Lunchtime from 12-3, Evening 5-9, Saturday 12-8, Sunday Roast 12-6.
We are an Abbey Ales pub serving Bellringer (ask at the bar for a loyalty card to collect a free pint!). We also serve local guest ales. We are also the ONLY pub in Bath to have Iced Thatchers Gold or "Slushie Cider".
Free for private hire!!!! The Assembly Inns Festival Bar is now available for bookings, for birthdays, charity nights, meetings, wedding partys, anniversaries, etc....... with a large space entertaining over 70 people, we can provide buffets upon request catering for every budget, a TV for sporting events, own private bar, music system and pool table, we have the lot....!
Bath Chaps may have been Bath's best-known dish back in the days of Prince Bladud, but a pub is now aiming to update the city's place on the culinary map.
The Assembly Inn, a pub owned by Baths only brewery Abbey Ales, has created The Bath Pie in conjunction with new local pie makers Lovett Pies, which they believe will give the city a new speciality dish with an appeal to locals and visitors alike.
The inspiration came to Assembly Inn licensee Caroline Walcot and pub Chef Alex Coxall when they set out to serve up a local dish on the pub's menu. "We came up with a blank," says Caroline. "With so much interest in local food these days, We decided we had better create our own regional dish. After all, we are part of Bath's only brewery."
The concept was put to Lovett Pie chefs Christopher Parry and Phil Roseblade who developed the pie. “Using a classic combination the three key ingredients are Bellringer Ale brewed in the heart of Bath, local beef from Marshfield and ‘Bath Blue’ Cheese which are all locally sourced from no further than 5 miles from Bath and work together perfectly to create a wonderful dish," said Phil. "We hope other pubs will take it up, as well as restaurants, schools, canteens and hotels within the county," said Chris. "In years to come we could reach the dizzy heights of Lancashire hotpot, Devon cream teas, and Cornish Pasties!
|Open All Year|
|Opening (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
- In town/city centre
- Serve lunch
- Groups accepted
- Licenced for alcohol
- Open all year
- Steps to main entrance - 4