Bath's three-day food & drink festival The Great Bath Feast returns!



Transforming Bath's Milsom Street and New Bond Street for the weekend, The Great Bath Feast returns 23-25 September 2022. In partnership with The Bertinet Kitchen Cookery School, this free celebration of the best food and drink in Bath and the South West is a three-day taste sensation not to be missed!


With over 80 local food and drink producers and other traders, a superstar line-up brings gastronomic delights from across the city and beyond including James Golding from The Pig Hotel, Hywel Jones from Lucknam Park, Jon Coates from The Elder and Garry and Dan Rosser from The Scallop Shell. Top chefs from further afield include Cornwall’s Emily Scott and family food champion Claire Thomson.


In addition to the countless tastings, demos, book signings, masterclasses, talks and market stalls, don't miss the action-packed programme at the Chef's Theatre located at the bottom of Milsom Street with a mouth-watering array of scheduled sessions throughout the weekend:

Friday 23rd
Saturday 24th
​Sunday 25th

11.00 Ols Halas

(Giffords Circus) 12.00 Christian Bryan (Town+House by Always Sunday) 13.00 Chris Cleghorne (The Queensberry Hotel & Olive Tree Restaurant) 14.00 Claire Thomson

(5 O’Clock Apron) 15.00 Garry & Dan Rosser

(Scallop Shell) 16.00 Helen Lawrence (Demuths) 17.00 David Atherton

11.00 Tom Dunn, Leigh Evans

(Black & White BBQ, Bath Rugby) 12.00 Pravin Nayar

(Castle Farm) 13.00 Richard Bertinet (The Bertinet Kitchen Cookery School) 14.00 Piero Boi

(The Walcot) 15.00 Andrew Lowkes (Landrace) 16.00 Emily Scott

(Emily Scott Kitchen) 17.00 Noya Pawlyn

(Noya’s Kitchen) 18.00 Richard Knighting & Marty Grant (Corkage)

11.00 Jon Coates

(The Elder) 12.00 James Harris & Travis Riley (Beckford Bottle Shop) 13.00 Hywel Jones

(Lucknam Park) 14.00 Bath Welcomes Refugees & Richard Bertinet 15.00 James Golding

(The Pig)

The event's supporters and sponsors give a flavour of what to expect and play a key part in the weekend's success.

Full details are available on The Great Bath Feast website, with visitors and locals alike encouraged to get involved, get tasting and support the city's local hospitality sector.


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