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The Bath Tap, Bath - pub details

Bath Tap

Address: 19-20 St James Parade, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1UL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14615) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bath Spa (0.2 miles), Oldfield Park (0.9 miles), Freshford (4 miles)

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Gone for good, now, by the looks of things. Pity. A decent old fashioned gay pub playing 70s dance music back in the day!
QIan - 1 Nov 2014 15:26
Re-opened December 2011 as The Bath Tap again ;)
ch4suk - 8 Jan 2012 14:23
As fat_beer_badger has pointed out, this is now known as The Nineteenth House. No point in bothering to e-mail BITE admin, they'll never bother to update it. It re-opened in April 2010, but has only been doing food since October due to a delay in getting the kitchen ready. It�s really more of a wine bar than your typical pub, but it�s a pleasant enough place.

It�s a small and cosy single room bar with low level lighting and lots of candles around the place. There�s a wood striped floor as seems to be the vogue everywhere these days, wood panelling half way up the walls painted in a gastro-pub hue of green, and some unusual wallpaper above. Staff seemed friendly and helpful. Seating was fairly limited, with a few wooden tables and a couple of comfy looking armchairs. There was also a fire roaring away, although this looked to be a gas affair rather than anything more authentic.

The food offering befits it�s gastro-pub pretensions, although prices were not unreasonable with most of the mains ere around the �10 mark. Don�t expect to find a burger and chips or curry of the day though. We enjoyed what we had however, and would happily return. There is also an upstairs dining area with waitress service, although the menu is the same as in the bar downstairs.

The solitary beer on tap was Doom Bar, and the only cider was Thatcher�s Gold.
Blackthorn - 4 Feb 2011 21:35
Now called "The Nineteenth House".The gaff is nowadays more of a pretentious restaurant than a proper boozer. Only one handpump featured DoomBar at �3.20pint which was fine if not a tad on the cool side. 6/10
fat_beer_badger - 27 Dec 2010 19:08
Dreadful beer, tatty decor, friendly barmaid. Locals harmless and out to enjoy themselves. Rapper friendly.
mhanley - 29 Mar 2009 13:37

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