A warm welcome awaits you at Browns Browns Bath

Browns is right at the centre of the beautiful City of Bath, home to the stunning Guildhall and the magnificent Bath Abbey.

Our building was formerly a magistrates’ court and a police station – its imposing entrance doors are large enough for a horse-drawn carriage - and the elegant mezzanine floor has superb views and can be used for private events for up to 100 people.

As with every Browns restaurant, the atmosphere is lively, the food delicious and the cocktails are served with a flourish.

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MAIN MENU

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LUNCH & EARLY EVENING MENU

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AFTERNOON TEA MENU

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COCKTAIL MENU

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BUBBLES AT BROWNS

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SEASONAL SPECIALS MENU

Outlet Map

Opening Hours

  • Monday 9am - 11pm
  • Tuesday 9am - 11pm
  • Wednesday 9am - 11pm
  • Thursday 9am - 11pm
  • Friday 9am - 12am
  • Saturday 9am - 12am
  • Sunday 9am - 10.30pm

Food Service Times

  • Monday 9am - 10pm
  • Tuesday 9am - 10pm
  • Wednesday 9am - 10pm
  • Thursday 9am - 10pm
  • Friday 9am - 11pm
  • Saturday 9am - 11pm
  • Sunday 9am - 9:30pm
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About Bath

The city is known as ‘Jane Austen’s Bath’. Two of her six published novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion were set in Bath and she lived here from 1801 to 1806.

Bath holds a Jane Austen Festival every year - with a programme of concerts, dancing and fashion shows - to celebrate her life and work.

The city still boasts stunning Georgian architecture and iconic attractions, such as the Roman Baths. The magnificent temple and bathing complex attracts visitors from all over the world and if you do decide to ‘take the waters’, Thermae Bath Spa is the only place in the UK where you can bathe in natural thermal springs.

If you want to find out some little known and fascinating facts about Bath, take one of the Secret City Tours that run regularly throughout the week. The guides employed were once homeless on the city’s streets – and all the profits go towards supporting homeless initiatives in Bath.

The Royal Crescent is a row of 30 beautiful Georgian houses that date back to 1767. Number One is open to the public if you want to see inside a wonderfully preserved 18th century house, complete with the original kitchen and scullery.

Bath’s a lively place with an excellent programme of sports, comedy, drama and live music. There are some fantastic venues here – from the Ustinov Theatre with its cutting edge shows to Komedia, a brand new live venue that presents cabaret, comedy and music.

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