The nightlife in Bath is always buzzing and with a wide range of
bars, clubs, restaurants and live music venues, visitors looking
for a good night out will have no problem finding somewhere to suit
Those looking for a quiet drink will enjoy the Garrick's Head next to the Theatre Royal where a few glasses of good wine and a delicious and intimate meal can be shared, while the Hare and Hounds pub on Lansdowne Road is the place to go for great views over the city of Bath. The Bell on Walcot Street is always a good start where locals and tourists meet to unwind and enjoy a pint to the sounds of live jazz, rock and reggae, while Moles Club on George Street is always jamming with local and international artists gracing its stage. Ye Old Farmhouse provides the best live jazz in town and is guaranteed to get your toe tapping to the sounds of trumpets and bass, snare drums and cymbals.
The Lamb and Lion on Lower Borough Walls, is a where everyone heads to drink and shout at each other above the loud music before hitting the town and clubs such as Cadillacs on Walcot Street, which is always bustling and anyone who is up for a good party should head here, while Babylon on Kingston Road is the pace for serious clubbers, but prepare yourself for a fairly hedonistic night out.
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