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Business Lunch in Bath

Bath has a foodie reputation that punches well above its small city size. It is also an entrepreneurial hub where collaborations, projects and deals are done daily. Many of you like to combine the two. And what better a way to show a potential client or partner how highly you think of them or invest in your impending partnership by your choice of lunch venue.

You asked us where to have your business meetings and we’ve made our top 10 list covering all budgets and business scenarios.

1. Aqua

A converted old church on Walcot street offers any meeting size the perfect backdrop. If your meeting is a quiet affair then this will suit, equally a larger around the table group will be comfortable here.

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2. The Scallop Shell

The rising star. This seafood restaurant has private dining areas so you can combine award winning food and total privacy.

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3. Clayton’s Kitchen

The stylish surroundings of Rob Clayton’s restaurant on George Street make for a relaxed yet impressive surroundings. If you need inspiration you could find it here.

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4. Green Park Brasserie

With free easy parking next door at Sainsbury’s for 90 minutes and a great service reputation this converted train station provides a great ice breaker. The menu is as easy as this restaurant is accessible.

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5. The Gainsborough BathSpa Hotel

If your out to wow then Dan Moon’s 3AA rosette offering is the perfect setting for closing that deal. The Restaurant is Georgian in architecture whilst the restaurant offers seasonal yet informal dining experience. Open to non-residents.

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6. Firehouse Rottiserie

Need to add some flare to your business meeting? Check out this Californian American fusion popular bustling eaterie on central John Street. Its highly rated and should provide plenty of brain fuel.

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7. Hare & Hounds

With easy M4 access, parking and plenty of large tables to spread plans then this award-winning foodie pub makes lots of sense.

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8. Graze at Southgate

Next door to the train station this Bath Ales restaurant is perfect for meetings with folk from out of town. With its contemporary style Graze makes for a relaxed dining experience.

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9. Brasserie Blanc

If you’ve a more traditional style setting in mind, then Raymond Blanc’s restaurant on Queen Square offers more formal dining. Centrally located offering beautiful food.

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10. The Ivy

Go big or go home. The Ivy, still relatively new in Bath has been busy since it landed in the city bringing its exclusive dinning reputation with it. You’ll need to book for lunch so plan ahead and in so doing you’ll sure to be sealing that deal in no time.

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Good luck! Total Guide to Bath.

By Sarah Baker

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