Patrons relaxing in front of Garrick's Head pub.

Garrick's Head

We're back and looking forward to seeing you!

While we have all been locked away for the last couple of months, the staff here have been working hard to spruce up the Garrick's Head. Not only have we been making sure that you can comfortably and safely enjoy your favourite dishes and drinks, but we have given the place more then just a lick of paint and can't wait for you to come down and see the beautiful changes for yourselves.

Welcome to the Garrick's Head Pub and Dining Room

The Garrick’s Head pub and dining room was the former home of Beau Nash; unsurprisingly, it’s a grand building with stately proportions. Its location next to the Theatre Royal always makes for an interesting and colourful crowd. It is open every day from noon onwards, and lunch and dinner are served in the bar, on the terrace or in the beautiful dining room

The Garrick’s Head’s eponymous house ale is exclusively brewed by Danish master brewer Stig Anker Andersen and is available to take home in addition to being enjoyed from the hand pumps. The pub’s reputation for well-kept ale and cider doesn’t rule out the comprehensive wine and spirits list, with over 20 wines available by the glass and 50 whiskies.

Menus are bursting with fresh, seasonal ingredients and modern British dishes. The bar menu features top-notch pub classics that use the best regional ingredients, while the pre-theatre and à la carte menus are more fine dining in style. Everything is made from scratch, including the burgers and ice cream.

Outside, the spectacular floral displays in the hanging baskets and window boxes on the terrace catch the early afternoon and late evening sun – it is the perfect location in which to sit back and watch the hustle and bustle of Bath go by while enjoying a bite to eat or a glass of something delicious from the bar. Booking is always advisable – especially at the weekend.

Book A Table

Please use the booking form here to reserve a table online.

For groups of more than 7, please call us on 01225 318368

Monday to Friday
12:00pm - 3:00pm & 5:00pm - 11:30pm
Saturday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 10:00pm

 

Food Served

Monday to Thursday
12:00pm - 2.30pm & 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Friday and Saturday
12:00pm - 2:30pm & 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 3:30pm & 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Please fill in the form below to request the booking of a table. We will get back in touch with you to confirm your booking as soon as possible.

Our Suppliers and Food

We are lucky to work with the best suppliers the south west has to offer, including:

  • Larkhall Butchers of Bath - Award winning team who supply us with our meat
  • Lovejoys & Bristol Market - Who supply us with beautiful fresh seasonal vegetables
  • Ashton Farm, Trowbridge - Supply us with all our dairy needs  
  • Thoughtful Bakery - Where our amazing bread comes from
  • Wing Fish - Our fish comes direct from Cornwall as fresh as can be, which is why our fish and chips is the best in Bath.

 

Menus

Sample Bar Menu

Monday to Saturday - 12.00 pm - 3.00pm & 5.30pm - 9.00pm

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Sample Sunday Menu

Sunday - 12:00pm - 3:00pm & 5:30pm - 9:00pm

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Click here for the full list of menus including our drinks and bar menu.

Drinks

Our range of drinks at The Garrick’s Head is second to none, we always keep four real ales using local breweries such as:

  • Palmer’s
  • Bristol Beer Factory
  • Stonehenge ales
  • Arbor Ales
  • Moor Beer

We also have up to five local ciders, regular appearances from Orchard Pig and Broadoak’s Pheasant Plucker providing the laughs. Alongside these we have seven draught beers.

Our wine list has been chosen to complement our food and we also offer an exciting range of Eaux De Vie with many interesting types of local gins and a great selection of whiskys.

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The History of the Garrick's Head

The Garricks Head was constructed by Thomas Greenway for Richard ‘Beau’ Nash circa 1720. It stood in splendid isolation just outside the city walls and was evidence of the expansion of Bath in the early 18th century. The house was referred to locally as a palace and this further enhanced Nash’s image as the ‘King of Bath’. The building is grade II* listed.

To read more about our history, please visit the link below courtesy of our friends at CAMRA.