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Dog-Friendly Restaurants, Pubs & Cafes in Bath | BATH FOOD GUIDE

Time and time again we've been asked for Bath's best dog-friendly restaurants, pubs and cafes. Luckily for canine lovers in the city, there are lots of places to choose from - and why not? You should be able to enjoy a family meal with all of your family members, including your pooches. 🐕 

Here are a couple of our favourite places to eat and drink. At the end, we've included a couple of our favourite dog-friendly hotels in and around Bath just in case.

Bath Brew House

With both inside and al fresco dining options, Bath Brew House is great in the summer months when they put on summer BBQs with lots of drinks, food, games, music and sunshine ☀️. Not to mention, it has an on-site brewery perfect for those who love their beer. 

14 James St West
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@sophiaisobelhall's sweet dog Poppy at one of the summer parties in 2019

Brunch at No. 3 Cafe, Weston, Bath

Last week we were invited to No. 3 Cafe in Weston. With empty bellies and just a 15-minute bus ride from Kingsmead Square later, we arrived at the cute cafe (map below).

We decided to order a couple of things to share between us.

Dinner at Comptoir Libanais, Bath

As you walk into Comptoir Libanais you're instantly transported to a Lebanese bazaar filled with the most colourful lights, bags, teapots and brightly tiled floors.

Comptoir Libanais has been in Bath for a couple of years now, but it remains to be one of the go-to spots for Middle Eastern food with a strong focus on meat, falafel and hummus (yum - dream).

Lunch at 8e Chelsea Road, Lower Weston, Bath

8e Chelsea Road has been running for a while in various forms. They originally served a whole menu and then stripped this back to focus on cheeses, charcuterie, salads and sandwiches while they focused on coffee, craft beer, wine and live music.

However, they recently found an incredible chef! So, the local favourite is now serving a daily changing menu featuring high-quality, simple and delicious ingredients. We were super excited to try it out so hopped on the bus from central Bath and around 10 minutes later were sat in the cosy café/restaurant.


A Night of Bombay Feasting: The Mint Room's Supper Club, Bath

The Mint Room is a firm favourite in Bath and Bristol for Indian dining with flair, providing a modern dining experience which is complemented by both traditional Indian dishes and those with a thoughtful modern twist (click here 👈🏼 to read our coverage of their new menu in Bath and click here 👈🏼 for a review of their Bristol restaurant).

We, therefore, were delighted to be invited to sample a new component of their offering: supper club dinner events. We were invited to a Night of Bombay Feasting at the Mint Room in Bath; promising Bombay cuisine with a unique modern twist. Saurav Nath was the award-winning guest chef responsible for the evening and has an impressive background, bringing Michelin-starred experience from restaurants such as Benares and Gymkhana to the table.

The event was coordinated by prominent food & hospitality consultant Humayun Hussain, who has worked as a journalist, on Television shows and as an AA Restaurant guide inspector. It’s safe to say we were in good hands!

Arriving at the Mint Room, we were greeted by the enthusiastic team. The place was packed, the atmosphere was buzzing and we were directed straight to the bar for drinks. The barman, Louis, was on hand to help with suggestions – he was clearly in control despite the endless stream of drinks orders coming through.