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The Beau Nash, Bath Central, Bath

23 Milsom Street
Bath
BA1 1DE

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Pub SignMan left this review about The Beau Nash

This former Litten tree pub is a bit of a cavernous, and thus soulless, place. Situated in a former bank, it doesn't boast much in the way of interest beyond the high ceilings and occasional bit of filigree. There are lots of high tables and stools and even some high padded benches, which doesn't make for the comfiest seating selection. Several screens were showing live Premier League football, including a big screen in the upstairs bar, which is available for private hire. Music was being played at a quiet level except upstairs where the commentary from the match was on.
There were five hand pumps offering mostly local beers, which is good to see. Bath Gem and Festivity and Abbey Bellringer and Twelfth Night were available alongside Wells Bombareindeer, all at the wallet-friendly price of £1.95. My pint of Twelfth Night wasn't really to my taste, but it was kept well enough. Menus offered cheap, Wetherspoon's style food, but I didn't try anything.
I would have probably liked this pub if I was a student living nearby and the pub seem to have recognised this element of their appeal and put on various deals and entertainment for them, but their cheap prices can't make up for an almost total lack of atmosphere.

On 18th January 2011 - rating: 5
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Paul Brett left this review about The Beau Nash

Now called The Beau Nash
[admin note: updated name 23/01/2010]

On 23rd January 2010 - no rating submitted
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