The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating, Drinking & Shopping

 

Club Shop           1 Argyle Street

                                Bath

                                BA2 4AB

                               

Phone No            01225 311950

Web      www.bathrugby.com

E/Mail   shop@bathrugby.com

The main club shop at 1 Argyle Street is normally open 7 days a week: 9am-5.30 pm Mon-Sat; 10am-4pm Sundays and stocks a full selection of Bath Rugby merchandise

On match days a smaller mobile shop is open at the ground, located in the car park in the north-east corner between the IPL Stand and the Clubhouse

 

Eating and Drinking in the Stadium:

Bars and food kiosks are open 21/4 hours before kick-off at the Ground    On a matchdays bars  are available around the ground offering a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Something a little bit different are 2 Bath Organic Farms trailers.-one in the car park between the Clubhouse and IPL Stand, and the other in the area between the IPL and  Hamptons International Stand. As the name suggests these outlets offer a selection of locally sourced organic food.

Drinking near the Ground

The Boater is the nearest option to the Rec. It is very popular with supporters, and has an outdoor area to help cope with the matchday crowds.

The Old Green on Green Street is a tiny but good pub not far from the ground.

Also close to the ground, The Pig & Fiddle is a real rugby pub with memorabilia adorning the walls.

Lambrettas on North Parade is a five-minute walk from the station, and then a five-minute walk to the Rec.

The Rising Sun on Grove Street is the second closest pub to the ground, just off Pulteney Bridge.

The Royal Oak on Pulteney Road. Has a big beer garden.

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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