Good food and good fun come together in the restaurants of Bath. And the restaurants of Bath sure know how to dish out hefty servings of lively entertainment. Enjoy the Latin magic at Las Iguanas. Las Iguanas is colorful, highly decorated and bright, and reflects the Latin atmosphere in every possible manner. The intoxicating Latin rhythm and its signature dish, xinxim Brazilian lime chicken is a major crowd pleaser. The restaurant is busy round the clock. The surprising attraction at Las Iguanas is the furniture. They have mosaic tabletops, a big lobster sculpture, iconic swirly black and white pavement and giant drums.
You'll jingle all the way at Ring O Bells. This pub packs a hearty menu, and prides itself on it. But most patrons also consider the excellent food a bonus. With or without it, Ring O Bells is an always-buzzing venue hosting music gigs from large to small. Its prime location near the city center makes it a great spot to meet with friends for a drink and kick off the weekend with some live music ranging from cool jazz to energetic rock.
The Green Park Brasserie occupies the old booking hall of Green Park Station, which was built by the Midland Railway Company in 1874. The restaurant area is blessed with high ceilings and huge windows which give it a light, airy feel. In the evenings, live jazz accompanies your meal. Artwork from locally and internationally renowned artists is displayed on the walls, gallery-style, and a new cyber cafe occupies the old library area. The all-day menu offers light meals, sandwiches and salads at very reasonable prices but the best time to visit is during the evening. By night The Braz is transformed into a wonderful music venue with spectacular Anglo-French cuisine. Whatever your taste, you'll surely have large helpings of fun at these lively Bath restaurants.
10 Widcombe Parade
1 Barton Street
2 Grove Street
(just off Pulteney Bridge)
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