Amarone is a unique independent Italian restaurant situated in the elegant Georgian building that was once home to Beau Nash, the renowned seventeenth-century socialite. A relaxed atmosphere, combined with thoughtfully created menus and impressive decor, ensures a memorable experience.
Enjoy delicious freshly prepared pasta dishes, locally sourced steaks and fish fresh from the Dorset coast, as well as stone-baked pizzas and delectable desserts. The wine list has been compiled to perfectly complement the traditional yet innovative Italian cuisine.
Amarone is also the only restaurant in the south west to offer the delicious wine of its namesake by the glass as well as the bottle. Booking is advisable as Amarone has an excellent reputation and is popular with both tourists and regular guests.
Ratings, Awards and Rewards
- Wheelchair Access
- High Chair
- All groups welcome
- Free WIFI
#71 of 648 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
8 Dec 2018: We ate here before the theatre. Very busy and best to book. It's not cheap, but its not expensive for what yo get in terms both choice and flavour.
If you want cheap and tasteless Italian go...
8 Dec 2018: Richard "Beau" Nash would have liked the Rib-eye and Brill we had for lunch today - and he a man of exacting standards. We're told this was his Bath house; Amarone delivers a cut above the fast-food...
7 Dec 2018: We had been looking forward to visiting Amarone during our visit to Bath.
Looking through the menu whilst enjoying a glass of wine, we decided that the Christmas menu could be interesting.