Evening out at SouthGate Bath

7 of the best ways to spend an evening at SouthGate Bath

Get ready to cosy up this winter! Whether it's a side of gossip as you relax with friends, or celebrating a special occasion, let SouthGate Bath do the hard work.

With a world of flavour for you to explore at a range of restaurants, all you need to do is decide - will it be Thai, tapas, bubble tea or burgers?


1. Catch up with friends at Cosy Club

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Complete with a Coliseum-esque balcony and outdoor terrace which overlooks Southgate Place, Cosy Club offers relaxed dining and drinking options with something for everyone on the menu.

Choose from the delicious menu including a variety of small plates, mains and puddings – or sip on a few fabulous cocktails at the beautifully instagrammable bar.



2.Bring a taste of Spain to Southgate, Bath at Tapas Revolution

Tapas Revolution – one of the many restaurants at Southgate - is serving up delicious small dishes that are sure to bring a taste of Spain to home. Tapas are designed to be shared, making it the perfect way to enjoy an evening with friends.

It’s worth checking on which deals are available before you set off, as you’ll often find 2 for 1 cocktails, G&Ts and jugs of Sangria.

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3. Sip craft cocktails at Be at One

Can you hear the cocktails calling your name? The Be at One team are ready to shake it up and get the party started again. Whether it's sweet or sour, gin or vodka, there’s a huge range to choose from. Our favourites include the Malpas Martinez, featuring orange gin, lime peel and coconut oil infused chocolate wine, and the Swedish Spring Punch which includes rhubarb vodka, black raspberry liqueur, prosecco and lemon. Delicious. You can expect second-to-none service too, with the team serving drinks direct to your table. Download the app in advance for the easiest way to place your order.


4. Indulge in Middle Eastern cuisine at Comptoir Libanais

burger and hummus from comptoir
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Comptoir Libanais is one of the best places to eat in SouthGate, serving up bold and beautiful flavours from the Middle East. Often cited as one of the world's healthiest cuisines and with plenty of vegetarian options, Lebanese dishes typically use an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables as well as herbs, lemon juice and spices rather than heavy sauces. The Comptoir Libanais menu stays true to this tradition, with a mix of mezze, salads, dips, soup and warm wraps as well as a selection of pastries and freshly prepared breads.


5. Sample the menu at Giraffe

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Giraffe is a great spot for bringing people together for drinks in Bath. The menu is full of delicious choices from the Japanese katsu curry to the Chicken swinging kebab plus plenty of vegan options to choose from. If you're visiting earlier in the day, the bottomless brunch is always a winner.

Students, make sure to bring your ID card with you for 10% off the bill all week, every week!


6. Sample some of Bath’s finest ales at Graze Bar & Chophouse

Located right by Bath train station, Graze is a microbrewery and restaurant that prides itself on serving up delicious contemporary British food alongside its award-winning Bath Ales beers. Its new steakhouse menu features an amazing range of steaks and chops, plus hearty bistro classics. There’s also a great selection of small plates, fish and shellfish dishes and vegetarian options, as well as seasonal specials and indulgent puds. You can walk-in but it’s worth making a reservation in advance to secure your spot.


7. Settle in for a boutique cinema night

interior image of the Tivoli Cinema in Bath
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If you’ve missed movie mate dates, it’s time to head to the Bath Tivoli cinema to catch the latest releases. Recently voted one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world by TimeOut magazine, Tivoli is a new cinema concept offering super-luxurious extra-wide sofas and four small, intimate screens. It’s the perfect way for discerning film lovers to wind down and relax. There’s also the brilliant Tivoli café, serving a seasonal menu of small plates, sharing platters, gourmet burgers, and freshly prepared hand-stretched pizzas, all made with locally sourced ingredients. It’s always best to book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. 

Our stores are open until 6 pm Friday-Wednesday and until 7 pm on Thursdays, and our cinema, restaurants and bars are open late, however, we’d always recommend checking with them directly before setting off to be sure.



Find a full list of our stores, restaurants and leisure operators as well as our opening times, on our Eat, Drink & Shop page.