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Situated in Bath's Brunel Square, Graze Bar & Chophouse takes the concept of its sister establishments in Bristol and Cirencester - fine ales, wines and spirits and a delicious selection of classic British and European dishes, and nudges it one step further with the addition of its own microbrewery.
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Graze Bar & Chophouse in Bath is our biggest outlet yet and is something of a flagship for Bath Ales. At just over 5,000 sq ft, the site, which is next to Bath Spa train station, is double the size of any of our other pubs. It opened in December 2012.
The premises are part of Bath's food quarter in and around the arches of the 19th century railway station, orginally built by none other than Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Our bar and restaurant takes up the entire first floor and boasts two large outside areas for al fresco drinking and dining. There is capacity for around 140 diners.
The menu has a strong focus on British meat cookery with a particular emphasis on dry aged steak cooked in a searingly hot Josper charcoal oven. In addition to the seriously meaty fare there is also a great selection of small plates, fish and shellfish dishes and vegetarian options, as well as seasonal specials. Weekdays at Graze Bath feature a good value 2 course set price lunch at £12.50. Breakfast is served from 8am weekdays and Saturdays and 9am on Sundays.
Drinks-wise, alongside an extensive range of wines from some superb boutique producers and a top quality list of premium spirits, you can of course find Bath Ales’ great range of ales and ciders along with some up and coming craft beers from around the world. Apart from offering great food and drink in a relaxed, vibrant and sophisticated atmosphere, there is a fully functional micro-brewery producing a unique brew or two as well as small runs of one-off specialist craft beers. There is also a fantastic open plan kitchen with a dining counter, a striking island bar and a meat hanging room visible to guests.
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