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Popular Pubs to Enjoy in Bath
The Beaujolais Bistro Bar is a number one destination for both residents and tourists alike. It is situated just off Queen’s Square, in a quaint street at 5 Chapel Row, right in the heart of the action. Here you can experience a delightful meal and the best wine around. The choice and quality of the food is second to none, and all the ingredients are market fresh. The ambiance is similar to Maxime’s in Paris, and the service is excellent.
Door 34 offers a fun atmosphere of the bartenders professionally shaking and stirring the multi-coloured drinks in front of the customers. The cocktail menu is exciting, and apart from standard drinks, there is a range of options from the staples of Prohibition through to unusual Victorian innovations.
The Raven pub offers fantastic premium quality beers. It is also a great place to enjoy a fabulous homemade pie. There are nine different ones on offer such as the sweet potato, goat’s cheese and garlic Heidi, and the port, thyme, lentil, bacon and venison deerstalker.
The spacious Hop Pole pub – which belongs to the Bath Ales Company – is also well worth a visit. It is especially good on a warm day, as you can enjoy a drink and a pub lunch outside in the magnificent garden. The choice of local beers on offer is second to none, and the food is highly recommended.
The trendy candle-lit basement and cocktail lounge, Sub 13, is the city’s most renowned cocktail joint. There is a huge choice of drinks on offer, and the atmosphere is very relaxed. Happy hour, with bargain-priced drinks is one of the best times to go. This runs between 5 and 8 each evening,.
If you like small cosy pubs, the Coeur de Lion is a very pretty drinking hole with great mulled wine. It is especially popular in the winter season as it boasts a traditional log fire. During the summer season it opens its beautiful flower-filled cobbled alleyway which is strewn with tables and chairs for al fresco drinking.