It’s a Brew-tiful Day
26 February 2018
It’s nice to find a place where you can relax and unwind after a long day of sight-seeing and this city offers a range of cafes to suite your interests.
Café Retro (BA1 1NG) in the heart of Bath situated near Parade Gardens, an independent old school café offering homemade mouth-watering dishes and freshly ground Italian coffees. This charming coffee shop is oozing with character from its ancient crockeries to its wooden flooring interior, this café offers great freshly cooked food consisting of all day breakfast as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options.
The Green Bird Café (BA1 2LP) independently owned cafe situated between the famous Royal Crescent and The Circus. This great little café serves all types of simple but well thought out dishes which are freshly made on the premises. The Green Bird Café takes pride in their coffee beans which comes from Brian Wogan, a long-time running family business situated in Bristol.
Café Lucca – The Loft (BA1 2QZ) this lovely Italian Café/Restaurant sets you in a relaxing mood with its contemporary lifestyle like interior, serving appetising, fresh Mediterranean salads, gourmet paninis, bruschetta, freshly ground coffee and fresh home-made cakes all with a hint of Italian culture put into it.
The Courtyard Café (BA1 1ND) Why not unwind in this cute little café situated just a throw stones away from Bath Abbey. This independently owned café keep you nice and warm whether you decide to stay snuggle inside or warm up in their heated courtyard. Serving delightful homemade food ranging from breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas accompanied by specialty hot drinks and a wide range of teas, it sure is a place to relax after a long day of sight-seeing.
Bath has so many great and unique Tea houses and coffee shops to visit, so ensure to visit a different one each time you come to Bath!