Father’s Day is this Sunday 16th June
We’ll be open for our Sunday Roast lunch and Brasserie classics menu this Father’s Day in Bath.
Bath is going to be buzzing this weekend for Father’s Day with Bath Boules kicking off on Friday evening and into the weekend. With loads on across the city, we’ve put together some ideas for how to spend your Father’s Day weekend in Bath. Enjoy our list of activities, places to see and of course - where to enjoy great food and drink.
Father’s Day in Bath 2019: 5 things to see and do
We’ve put together some great ideas for what to do over Father’s Day weekend in Bath.
Kick off the weekend in style on Friday evening and into the weekend with one of Bath’s best alfresco events this summer. With a casual but competitive atmosphere and plenty of bars, the Bath Boules Festivals is a great way to enjoy the weekend in Bath.
Enjoy Sunday Roast lunch with us
Serving lunch from 12pm to 2.45pm we’ve a few tables remaining and with our Newton Farm Beef and Castlemead Chicken Breast Sunday Roast Lunch available as well as popular dishes which includes:
Newton Farm Sirloin Steak, Fries, Salad & a Brasserie made sauce
Brasserie Burger (Local Minced Beef, Bacon, Worthy Farm Cheddar 6oz / 12oz)
Brasserie Fish Pie (Salmon, Pollock & Crayfish Tarragon & Lemon Mash)
Spinach, Mint & Parsley Falafal with a Chilli & Orange Soya Yoghurt, Courgette, Orange & Coriander Salad and Farinata Flat Bread
Hit the canal path
If the sun is out hire bikes from Green Park Station and set off our on the canal path towards Bathampton, taking in the splendour of Bath’s scenery. If you’re feeling adventurous, carry on out to Bradford-on-Avon before making a U turn back to Monkton Combe and pick up the two tunnels loop to complete a nice 18 miles ride back into Bath. Plenty of pubs along the way for refreshment include the Cross Guns at Avon Cliff and The Wheelwrights at Monkton Combe.
Foodies Paradise: Bath Farmers’ Market
The Bath Farmers’ Market is a firm favourite for Bath’s locals. For the foodie Dad head to the market (9am-1pm) and soak up the buzzing atmosphere amongst some of the best local produce available. Be sure not to miss Homewood Cheeses and the Somerset Charcuterie’s Duck.
The American Museum
For the Culture-Vulture Dad, the American Museum is one of Bath’s best museums and gardens. All Shook Up: Thomas Kellner’s America and Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in America are the special exhibitions currently on display and the grounds of the museum are worth exploring and perfect for soaking up the sunshine and an afternoon tea.
This Sunday at Green Park Station, will see Green Park Sunday proudly showcase some of the best businesses in Somerset. The Market will be a place where people can come to connect with their local community and find some truly unique items for sale. Runs 10am-4pm.
See which movies are now playing at the Little Cinema Theatre and check out their great Membership options
Bath Pizza Co will also be open from 12-9pm on Sunday 16th June for Fathers’s Day here at Green Park Station Find out more →
Check out what’s on at The Forum and the Bath Theatre Royal