FOOD & DRINK

The Edge CafÉ

Settle down with a drink, a salad, sandwich or a slice of cake in this modern new venue set in the heart of the impressive new arts facility based at the Univer...

CAFÉ LUCCA

Café Lucca revives and relaxes in equal measure. It serves wonderful food in a welcoming environment, offering freshly ground coffee and a light breakfast in th...

DARCY’S NEWS CAFÉ

Perfectly situated en route to The Circus and The Royal Crescent, Darcy’s is an independent family run café right in the heart of Bath. The team serve Lavazza c...

The Colombian Company

Owner Jhampoll Gutierrez opened his lively, welcoming coffee shop The Colombian Company in November last year, but his passion for coffee started during his chi...

The Old Stables Coffee Shop

Tucked away just off the picturesque streets of Castle Combe, The Old Stables coffee shop offers just the place for a rest from exploring. Inside awaits a delic...

Lots of drops to drink: Bath Water

Even if you were to only visit Bath for a couple of hours, you couldn’t help but come away knowing that Bath’s very foundations were built on the mineral-rich s...

Restaurant review: The Olive Tree

Russel Street, Bath ​BA1 2QF. Tel: 01225 447928, visit: olivetreebath.co.uk; thequeensberry.co.uk I felt as if we consumed a series of paintings that night. ...

The Packhorse: A New
Lease of Life

There was once an ancient tavern in Southstoke that had seen better days. Put up for sale as a development project to the highest bidder, the community rallied ...

Pub In The Park: Tom Kerridge Interview

Imagine great chefs preparing signature food; Tom Odell, Razorlight and The Christians performing live; and Royal Victoria Park as the backdrop. Emma Clegg chat...

Review: Firehouse Rotisserie

2 John Street, Bath ​BA1 2JL. Tel: 01225 482070, visit: firehouserotisserie.co.uk Spicy Indian dish (five letters), boat race meeting (seven letters), small ...