Recommended restaurants

Allium Brasserie

The Terrace at Allium, 1 North Parade, Bath BA1 1LF 01225 461603
Independently owned and uniquely stylish. The promenade of North Parade was undoubtedly visited by Miss Austen. Follow in her footsteps to this lovely, central hotel and take Afternoon Tea, have a spot of lunch or indulge with a delicious dinner, the cocktails are not to be missed either! Just show your tickets for the Jane Austen Festival and receive a 10% discount on all food and drink in ArtBar and Allium. This special offer is valid 8th-17th September 2017 and the set menu is excluded.

The Bath Brew House

14 James Street West, Bath BA1 2BX
Complete with its very own micro brewery, The Bath Brewhouse is located on James St West, right in the heart of Bath’s city centre. Specialising in great beer, delicious fresh food and a fantastic atmosphere, so whether you’re after a quiet pint with the papers or a big birthday bash with your nearest and dearest, they have got it covered. On sale throughout July and during the ten days of the Festival only, the very special and one off brew,  Jane Austen 200 beer. Brewed by Brew-master Max with the help of Festival Director, Jackie Herring plus Mr Bennet (aka Martin), Paul, Dave and Chris from the Jane Austen Centre.

The Clifton Sausage bar & restaurant, Bath

5 Bladud Buildings, The Paragon, Bath, BA1 5LS
The Clifton Sausage specialises in traditional and classic British dishes as well as sausages. Situated near the centre of beautiful and historic Bath, in a wonderfully restored grade II listed building which boasts spectacular views over Bath’s skyline and the surrounding countryside. Stylish and comfortable, they offer a warm welcome and friendly service to all.

Jane Austen Centre Regency Tea Rooms

40 Gay Street, Bath BA1 2NT +44(0)1225 443000
Situated on the 2nd Floor of the Jane Austen Centre is the very popular Regency Tea Room, with the most delicious cakes and of course excellent afternoon tea –  ‘Tea with Mr Darcy’! Rest your reticule, meet up with other Festival enthusiasts and come and soak up the atmosphere whilst savouring a pot of real leaf tea – Assam or Jane Austen blends are particularly good or for a more delicate flavour why not try Earl Grey?