The 10 best cafes in Bath

We all know there is nothing better than having a catch up with friends in a cafe over cake and coffee. To help you with your reunions now that the restrictions are easing, we have rounded up the 10 best cafes in the city of Bath.

Cafe Lucca

1-2 Bartlett St, Bath BA1 2QZ

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Cafe Lucca is open every day of the week, and they have a breakfast menu and an all-day menu for their customers to choose from. They also make fresh salads every day and a variety of tasting plates with locally sourced ingredients.

Society Cafe

5 Kingsmead Square, Bath BA1 2AB

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The Society Cafe is so good that there is not just one but two in Bath, with one being on The Corridor and the other on Kingsmead Square. They are open every day of the week, from 8am to 4pm Monday to Saturdays and from 9am on Sundays.

Wild Cafe

10a Queen St, Bath BA1 1HE

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If you are in the mood for some delicious homemade food, then you need to try Wild Cafe in Bath. Customer favourites include eggs with avocado toast and a full English breakfast.

Boston Tea Party

19 Kingsmead Square, Bath BA1 2AE

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There are a few Boston Tea Party cafes across the country, including in Bath which was actually one of their first locations. They serve a variety of drinks and food, from breakfast to dinner.

Lulu Caffe

1 Hot Bath St, Bath BA1 1SJ

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Despite only launching in 2017, Lulu Caffe is a favourite amongst the locals in Bath. They serve a selection of speciality coffee, latte art, authentic falafels and fresh Turkish delight. So whether you want to sit in or take your coffee to go, they’ll have something for you.

Cascara

3 Upper Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1RG

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This cosy independent cafe is right in the centre of Bath, and they serve a selection of food and drinks. Including handmade smoothies, juices and a speciality coffee. They also have a variety of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.

Picnic Coffee

9 Saracen St, Bath BA1 5BR

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If you want locally sourced freshly roasted bean coffee, then you need to go to Picnic Coffee, which are open every day of the week. They also serve loose leaf tea and home-made soups, which are all handmade from locally sourced ingredients.

Cafe Retro

18 York St, Bath BA1 1NG

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This independent cafe is just a short walk from the Roman Baths, and it’s also dog friendly. They serve all sorts of food, including a full English breakfast, coffee mornings and afternoon teas. They can also provide business buffets and picnics.

The Courtyard Cafe

3 Lilliput Court, Bath BA1 1ND

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The Courtyard Cafe is well known for its fresh food and locally sourced ingredients. They are really close to Bath’s iconic Abbey, so it’s a great place to stop on a day out. Plus, they also serve beer, wine, boozy milkshakes, and even a Bailey’s hot chocolate!

Mokoko Coffee

7 Dorchester St, Bath BA1 1SS

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Mokoko Coffee first opened back in 2011, and now they have two locations in Bath, as well as one in Bristol and one in Portishead. They are well known in the community for their coffee and bakery items.

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