Cocktails in Bath

Wael Makki | Date posted - 21 May 2019

Cosy Club

Located in the heart of Bath’s Southgate shopping centre, Cosy Club is the new hot spot in town and already one of our favs! Alongside their yummy and totally trendy food menu, you’ll find an amazing and varied cocktail menu with all drinks and liquors you can wish for. Whether you like it bubbly, strong or with a twist, Cosy Club’s bartenders (“magic makers” is how we like to call them) will make sure they create the right drink for you. At Cosy Club, not only do we love their drinks but we also adore their deco and vibes. Expect a gin-palace style bar, leather chairs and velvet pouffes in an impressive high ceiling venue – totally Insta material. Head along with your BFFs for a boozy night out, or bring your kids and try their diverse moctkails. Cosy Club won’t fail to please you.

Hudson Steakhouse

You might know them for their prime dry aged steaks, but we love them for their atomic cocktails. Served in a relaxed stylish conversion of a notorious Victorian pub, their cosy bar serves up some of the best cocktails in Bath. Expect the big classics, as well as cooler and new cocktails they’ve created just for Bath’s thirsty mouths. If you’re a wine lover, there’s no better place than Hudson Steakhouse. Their award-winning wine list features precious bottles coming from all parts of the world, something not to be missing on!

Turtle Bay

Feel like traveling to Caribbean beaches? At ResDiary we don’t take flight reservations, but we have a better and cheaper alternative for you. Head along Turtle Bay on Bridge Street and get a taste of what Caribbean Islands have best to offer. From strawberry daiquiri and wray sour to mojito, koko kolada and many (many) more rum-based cocktails, expect some truly atomic tastes. Our very favourite cocktail, the “jumbled julep”, is made with white rum, passion fruit liquor, strawberry, mint and apple juice – the real deal. Book your table with ResDiary and get ready for an exotic trip.

Aqua

Whether you crave for an authentic dish of pasta, or simply feel like indulging a one-of-a-kind Italian cocktail or a “delizioso” glass of wine, Aqua is the spot to head when in the mood for Italian. This little gem is located inside a beautifully restored Arts and Craft former church house, and when the weather’s good, you can enjoy your drinks on their super cool al fresco terrace. Bellini fan? enjoy their 2-4-1 Bellini deal, available from noon to 7pm every day. Their drinks menu is available all day, every day so pop in at any time and have one of their precious cocktails at 10am if you feel like it, we promise we won’t judge.

Green Park Brasserie

If you still haven’t been to this one, then you’re missing out, big time! Green Park Brasserie is a relaxed café and kitchen by day, lively restaurant and bar by night. Their extended cocktail menu is almost too good to be true, with the great classics alongside lip-smacking specials. You’ve got to try their “Sex on the Driveway” drink, made of vodka, peach schnapps, blue curacao, and lemonade – considered as one of the best cocktails of Bath by the ResDiary team. This charming brasserie is located in the old railway station at Green Park. There is room for 100 diners, a fully stocked bar for “just drinkers” and two outside terraces for the beautiful days. Happy hour goes from 6 to 8 pm every day, and they organise free live jazz four evening every week. This is by far the hottest spot in town, so we kindly advise you to book your table fast, before FOMO hits.

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