Bath is a city that takes great pride in its history and traditions. This is reflected in the city’s many public houses, some of which have been serving up ale and spirits for over two centuries. But Bath has a large array of watering holes on offer, whether you’re looking for a cooperative pub with a local atmosphere, a Cuban-themed bar, a brewery, or a fancy cocktail lounge. Here’s a rundown of some of the best bars in Bath.
This place is themed after Fidel Castro, the communist strongman who ruled Cuba for decades. This, one of the best bars in Bath, offers all the classic rum cocktails, including the Cuba Libre, as well as some twists on the classics.
Trimbridge House, 3 Trim Bridge, Bath BA1 1HD, United Kingdom Fidel Rum Bar
Founded in 1713, it is the oldest pub in Bath. It is said to have been a temporary residence of Charles Dickens. It boasts a pool table and walls covered in Dickens memorabilia.
Bath isn’t known for its nightclubs – in fact it could well be known for how bad they are. However Club Lomah is trying to change that trend. It’s located in the Walcot House, an all-in-one hospitality hub that includes a restaurant, a cocktail bar and the night club making it one of the best bars in Bath. Visit their website for reservations and to check out the planned events.
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