Built in 1795, the Pump Room is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country, and still today after more than 300 years people come together to celebrate in this unique venue. The Pump Room Restaurant in Bath is open daily for breakfast and morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea with dinner also available on selected dates throughout the year (July and August, Christmas and Easter). This magnificent venue is also available to hire exclusively during the evening providing the perfect setting for an array of events from weddings and receptions to gala dinners and balls. Catering at The Pump Room Restaurant is provided by renowned caterer Searcys who operate in some of the most iconic attractions, from the Gherkin in London to Blenheim Palace in Oxford. Searcys pride themselves on their quality food and brilliant flavours and use locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. It is the only restaurant in Bath to have live musical performances daily. In the early days the Pump Room trio were believed to be one of the first resident bands in the country to perform. When the trio are not performing guests can enjoy music from resident pianist Jools Scott. Today visitors still come to the Pump Room to ‘taste the water’ and the 43 minerals that flow from the Pump Room spa. Reservations can be made Monday – Friday and for Sunday Lunch. A queuing system operates all day Saturday and on Sunday afternoons.