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The Assembly Inn, Bath - pub details

Assembly Inn

Address: 16-17 Alfred Road, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4490) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bath Spa (0.6 miles), Oldfield Park (1 mile), Freshford (4.4 miles)

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What a change since my last visit. Four real ales on which makes a change for this type off pub, I had White friar from Abbey Ales. Spoke to the landlady Fran who seems to have some great ideas for the place. well worth a visit and the food looked great.
MasterBrewer - 24 Jun 2011 21:06
A recently refurbished Abbey Ales pub just north of the main shopping district. You’re presented with a choice of two bars as you walk in, the “City Bar” and the “Sports Bar”. In practise the décor and ambience in both seemed quite similar, the only “sports” concession being the addition of a pool table and a couple of quiz machines.

It’s an attractive enough place, although not in a traditional pubby sort of way. There’s newish looking wood stripped flooring, a couple of large sofa’s in front the fire place and various rugby photo’s dotted around the wall. There were a couple of plasma screens around, although these were not in use on our visit. The food offering was very basic, with just four or five “pub grub” dishes to choose from. The music seemed slightly too loud for the character of the pub.

Beers on tap were predominantly from Abbey, with their Bellringer, Hells Bells and Winter Warmer. There was also BFG from Black Country Ales. The solitary cider was Thatcher’s Gold.
Blackthorn - 4 Feb 2011 21:12
Bloody Hell! Whats happened here its brilliant completely refurbished wooden floors sofas etc but done stylishly.Recognise bar staff from Pig and Fiddle and Adventure Cafe and they are really helpful. Bar food is limited however pizzas etc but excellent. Brilliant range of beers Bellringer from Bath and foreign lagers no Fosters rubbish. Well worth a visit

frantastic1983 - 5 Dec 2010 13:35
I'd read the blurbs in previous posts about an upgrade on the old Assembly and having heard that it had been bought by Abbey Ales, I entered eagerly hoping to find a new pub bursting with Black Friar and all of the trappings of Abbey Ales success?? Sorry to report I found an Assembly still struggling to extracate itself from its own old skin. No Abbey Ales seemed to be on, and the old girl seemed tired and a little worse for wear honestly.... And, this was a Saturday night when Bath's pubs really look to make their week pay off? The Assembly of old used to be a bit of a dive to be honest, but now it's just a bit sunken in the mouth. Come on Abbey, give it a face-lift!!
mikexley - 1 Apr 2010 17:41
I don't know what to make of this place really - I think it needs some serious attention to bring it up to the standard of most other Bath pubs. 2 beers on offer yesterday plus a cider. Lady behind the bar seemed more interested in her computer than the customers or empty glasses lying around. Kitchen door open to the pub showing a less than tidy kitchen - not terribly inviting really.
cheshirecat - 7 Mar 2010 11:10

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