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The King William is a beautiful pub on the eastern edge of the city centre. They have an informal ground...

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The Cosy Club is a city centre bar and diner. It is a good all rounder with Art Deco influenced...

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The Tasting Room is a Brasserie above the shop on Green Street. They offer an elegant yet laid-back dining experience,...

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The White Hart Inn is located just over the river from the train station. The welcoming ambience is backed up...

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The Cork is a popular city centre pub. They have two split level bars that are both accessible from ground...

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Joya is a welcoming Italian restaurant and wine bar located near Pulteney Bridge. There is a ground floor bar surrounded...

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The Hall & Woodhouse is a large modern bar and restaurant located in the centre of town. They have 4...

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The Bell Inn is a reliable real ale pub with a traditional character and a current vibe. It is the...

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The Raven is a free house pub located in the city centre. The pub is spread over two floors, both...

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Canary Gin Bar is located in the heart of the city, on a quiet lane that is full of Bath...

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The Society Café is an innovative coffee-house located on Kingsmead Square. Simply follow your nose and breath in the aromas...

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The Crystal Palace is a large real ale pub located on Abbey Green in the city centre. With a central...

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Turtle Bay is a great atmospheric Caribbean restaurant with a lively vibe. The restaurant is split over 2 levels with...

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The Trinity is a classic British pub owned by the local brewery, Abbey Ales. It is a reliable place to...

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The Marlborough Tavern is a welcoming pub located on the edge of the city centre near The Royal Crescent. They...

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The Chequers is an 18th Century pub hidden away on the northern edge of the city centre. They have a...

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The Old Green Tree is a small historic pub in the heart of Bath. There is a central bar area...

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Olé is a tiny tapas bar in the heart of the city, hidden on the first floor up a narrow...

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