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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Garrick's Head Pub Bath

Named after David Garrick (1717 – 1779), English actor, playwright, theatre manager and producer, the Garrick’s Head pub and dining room is situated next door to the Theatre Royal in the centre of Bath.

The Garrick's Head features a large outdoor terrace. Moreover, The Garrick’s Head is ideally located for pre-theatre dining/drinking as its location leaves you only minutes from your seat. Visitors popping in after the show may find themselves rubbing shoulders with the stars of the show.

Garrick's Head Pub and Dining Room in Bath

The selection of drinks on offer at the Garrick's Head is exceptional with local ales (see below), ciders and imported beers all available. The Garrick's Head also features a huge wine list and over 50 varieties of whiskey.

Ales offered at Garrick's Head Pub in Bath

The Garrick’s Head also offers an extensive variety of food choices, priding itself on serving the "Best fish and chips in Bath". The kitchen staff uses local suppliers and their own expertise to create amazing dishes.

Best Fish and Chips in Bath at Garrick's Head Pub

Visitors to the Garrick's Head Pub may wish to cross the street and visit the Market Bar/Restaurant as an alternative for dining/drinking. In addition, visitors to Bath would do well to visit nearby attractions including the Jane Austen Centre and Royal Victoria Park.

7 & 8 St Johns Place
BA1 1ET   
Tel: 01225 318368

Garrick's Head map

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