We are saying goodbye to Costa and Starbucks and welcoming cute independent cafes. This is the second edition in my Coffee Guide series and I am so excited to share it with you, but if you haven’t already seen the first guide when we travelled to Brighton then it is linked here. Today we are trying out the coffee shops in Bath (Thank you Tom for letting me drag you around all of the coffee shops even though you hate coffee,
shock horror I know).
Burano Cafe, Brissi, 38 Milsom Street
We are starting with my favourite, Burano at Brissi. Brissi is the most gorgeous homeware shop in Bath that I am always going in and out of and is definitely the most instagrammable shop ever. But at the back of the store, there is a gorgeous cafe and courtyard that just transports you straight to Venice.
Their style is so pretty and feminine, it is the type of place you could happily stay for hours whether it is to catch up with friends or study. Local magazines and Italian books are stacked next to the black table tops and huge bunches of flowers are on the shelves, the whole cafe has such a luxurious feel to it. You know you walk in somewhere and it’s just so calm and tranquil, all you have is admiration? That’s 100% what you get with Burano at Brissi.
They offer a range of barista coffees, loose tea’s and artisan cakes, I just wish I tried some cake! So my go-to coffee is a white americano, which typically isn’t the most photogenic so huge props to Tom for letting me steal your hot choc for a cute photo. As I said above, this cafe is connected to a shop and the homeware is to die for!! So if you are passing Milsom Street defo pop in!
Good Day Cafe, 12 Upper Borough Walls
Next is Good Day Cafe, so I know I have already featured this adorable cafe in a blog post before (here), but it is just way too cute to not be in my coffee guide! Like I have said before, this cafe is every bloggers dream, it is full of neon lights, pink walls, hanging plants and they even have their own puppy!
So your gal finally ordered a pretty coffee. Did I buy it for the photo? Yes. But it was SO worth it. The range of coffees available is amazing and have something for everyone whether you have any intolerances or prefer vegan options! The food and drinks definitely taste much healthier than other cafes so if you are after a beetroot or charcoal matcha latte, good day cafe will be your go to!
Pickled Greens, 2 Abbey Street, BA1 1NN
This little cafe is definitely the quirkiest one I have reviewed yet but also has the warmest and most homely vibe. Unfortunately, they don’t have a website so I am not 100% sure about their story but I am pretty sure it is a family run business!
As you can tell from the images, it is very quaint and traditional and definitely somewhere you’d love to spend with family. The walls are decorated with so many unique prints to match their style perfectly and also have shelves of products for sale, including condiments and snacks! How amazing?
This cafe is definitely the most ‘foodie’ out of the three I have reviewed, all of the food coming out looked SO delicious and hearty. We were so lucky to find a seat, especially such a pretty window seat as the cafe is clearly a very popular one. However, I don’t think they were used to a blogger crazily taking photos and having a mini photo shoot in the back of their cafe – it’s safe to say I got many funny looks haha!
Thank you so much for joining me on another coffee trip day out, I hope you all enjoyed!
Until next time,
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