February 5 2014
This Week, The Pig is mostly…
Overwhelmed by the masses of support related to plans for our forthcoming Pig Guide Supper Club events. Those who signed up for membership should by now have received details of our first fabulous get-together. Still not on board? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and get yourself on the guest list!
Feelin’ the lurve as the build-up to Valentine’s Day 2014 gathers momentum – menus guaranteed to get you in the mood at Casanis, Cloisters Restaurant at Bailbrook House, Allium Brasserie and The Kilted Chef are looking seriously seductive already, and Pig Guide member newbies The Weston have joined the lurve in too, offering a romantic feast, a glass of fizz and a live performance from swing maestro Gavin Lazarus, all just just £25pp. Pucker up, Piggies!
Thinking how grim the Bath fresh food scene would be without the wonderful Green Park Station, and wishing a very warm welcome to the brand new Bath Market initiative (check out the food traders, Piglets!) which takes place at GPS on the third Sunday of every month
Lapping up the puns a-plenty with gusto on Raisin Wine‘s schedule of monthly tasting sessions, enough to take us all the way up to Christmas 2014. Book six sessions for just £70 and sip yourself a tasty £20 discount. Hic!
Planning on getting reacquainted with the long-established Bath restaurants so familiar to us they’re in danger of being overlooked. A critical sty-eye has already been cast over The Peking, Bath’s oldest Chinese restaurant, established in 1985. Next on the voyage of rediscovery: Woods (e.1979), Tilleys Bistro (e. 1983) and Martini (e. ages ago!). What do we think of them today? Time will tell…Categorised in: News