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Eating outdoors in Bath

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Eating outdoors in Bath

We booked a weekend in Bath a long time back. A couple of our party are pretty vulnerable to covid, so we were dismayed to see how high infection rates are, and considered cancelling. In the end we agreed to go, but be extra careful.

Obviously, eating out is an issue, and I was hoping someone might have some tips on good places where we could eat outdoors. Maybe a market that has several good takeout stalls, or something like that.

Any pointers very gratefully received!

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1. Re: Eating outdoors in Bath

You shouldn't find it too difficult to find somewhere to eat - lots of places have set up tables outdoors. Are you in an hotel or self catering? Lots of restaurants are still doing a delivery service.

Green Park station (a converted Victorian terminus) has several food stalls during the week and at weekends. The Green Park Brasserie has tables at the front too


If you fancy some gourmet Indian food, The Mint Room somehow managed to get planning permission for a roof terrace with some hefty canvas tents above that look as if they would do a pretty good job at protecting people from the rain. It is primarily intended for pre-dinner drinks, but I think you can eat up there (there is no lift): https://mintroombath.co.uk/

There are some photos of the rooftop area on their Facebook page.

Northumberland Passage might also be a good option. Portofino definitely doles out blankets for their dinners (fish and seafood) https://www.portofinobath.co.uk/

Jars Mezze is next door and good for Greek food


Rosarios is a rather lovely Italian coffee shop:


Next time I am in town I will pay attention to which outdoor spaces under cover are heated. I feel fairly confident that Browns restaurant (chain) is. It has a nice view of the Abbey, anyway.

Milsom Place is another likely spot for heated areas (There is a Côte and an Indian streetfood place and I think another pizza restaurant opened recently).

If budget isn't an issue, The Bird (hotel) has some lovely dining domes in the garden


There is a sister hotel a few miles away called Homewood Park if you have a car.

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2. Re: Eating outdoors in Bath

Thank you so much for taking the time to respond - very much appreciated!

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