August 4 2020

Why is The Pig Guide partying this week? Read on…

The Eat Out To Help Out scheme is getting us out-and-about for discount dining in Bath’s best pubs and restaurants every Monday-Wednesday from now until the end of August

What started off as a one-off ‘guest’ chat with Somer Valley FM host/Station Manager Richard Burgess has turned into a regular gig (“the highlight of my week,” eh, Rich?)… and we have some very exciting pipeline plans to unveil shortly

We’ve got tickets for the tantalising, chef-led Peking pop-up on Sunday 23 August!

There’s a Poetry Trail in the Royal Crescent Hotel’s beautiful, scented, historic garden – a complimentary experience for residents and non-residents alike from now until Wednesday 30 September; linger long for alfresco refreshments after you’ve completed the trail and receive 10% off your order

We’re ‘in talks’ with the lovely Pixie App folk about a very exciting Pixie/Pig collaboration

Work is well underway on brand new Bath Pub Co hostelry The Moorfields on Third Avenue (near Moorland Road)

No. 15 Great Pulteney (“an experience for all the senses”) is back open for business – hoorah!

The Thai Hut (Green Park Station) has launched a brand new e-bike home delivery service

Homewood (see pic) have unveiled their brand new Olio terrace and pizzeria, overlooking the hotel, spa and restaurant’s magnificent, manicured, mesmerising gardens – if you’re looking for a reason to go (tastefully!) wild in the country, this is it!

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