A couple of months back, when we hadn't been open that long and every day was still crazy, a lovely bloke with a big bag of chips breezed into the pub to have a look at the ceiling upstairs.   He'd heard about it from colleagues and...

We're really proud of our links with the Bath music industry and supporting the arts each week through our weekly sessions, impromptu gigs and playing DJ's on Saturday's.   To celebrate this, we thought we would like to take part in Independent Venue Week, though to truly...

Our first Christmas Market is coming up and we're really excited to announce we've teamed up with Bath's rather fabulous tea party company, The Secret Tea Party to host eight days of delightfully laid back afternoon teas upstairs in Pococks Living Room.   Take time out of...

It's all go here at The Grapes as the building work not only continues but we also race to get not one, but two kitchens finished in time for November.   Downstairs in the bar, Jonny James is putting together his final thoughts on his menu which...

From Yoga, Pilates and Life Drawing classes, Pococks Living Room upstairs at The Grapes is all about calm and relaxation.   Built originally as a grand house for the upper classes to 'take the waters of Sulis' 14 Westgate Street has long been a place for a...

There's a lot going on at The Grapes each week with regular sessions, DJ's on Saturdays, as well as impromptu gigs, classes workshops and events. To check out our Gigs, please go to the bar calendar to find out more            ...

As part of National Heritage Open Day, local historian and author of the Lost Pubs of Bath Kirsten Elliott came and gave a talk up in Pococks Living Room.  The event was completely packed out and since, we have had a lot of people saying...

We are quite frankly overwhelmed by all the fantastic support we have had from our neighbours, new customers, friends and the press since we got to The Grapes.   A recent fabulous double page spread in the Bath Chronicle and photo feature have got lots of people...

It was a real privilege to talk to Bath Newseum recently, even if i did look a bit tired :)   Check out the video to find out a bit more about the building but also to see what plans we have for the future.  Richard Wyatt...

As part of Heritage Open Day, we are opening our Jacobean Living Room for an evening with Kirsten Elliott, local historian and author of the wonderful Lost Pubs of Bath.   Starting at 6pm there is limited space and not that many tickets left but do head...