Alice Park is a little gem on the eastern side of Bath; a wonderful place for whole families to enjoy. We've got eight acres of beautiful land, 6 tennis courts open to all, a family friendly playpark, community garden, boules piste and more - and (of course) our award winning cafe.
The park is always open, and the cafe is open pretty much every day (weather permitting!). We would be delighted to see you here; come and visit and find out what the vibe is all about.
Hello and welcome to Alice Park! My name is Tony and I'm the owner of the Alice Park Cafe. We have been here for over 8 years, and have really established a great community vibe here in Alice!
We are a family friendly business with great ties to the local community and a reputation for excellent customer service. Our aim is to provide quality food, drink and entertainment to those who visit the park - so it's stuff for kids, and stuff for adults too.
We have lots events and social gatherings, make sure to follow our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages to stay up to date with the latest news. We have a full and comprehensive menu, from our very popular Full Alice Breakfast, through to 3-bean vegetarian chilli - along with chips (not fries!), paninis, toasties and even Miniscoffs meals for the kids.
We are open every day from 9am (10am on Sundays) so, whether you're after an early morning bite to eat or a relaxing afternoon Prosecco (yes, we are fullly licenced) Alice Park Cafe can provide what you're looking for. We even do private functions and weddings, so be sure to pop into the cafe and say hello!
Tony, Jen, Emma and the gang
“People are surprised when I tell them there's a licensed bar and music at Alice Park cafe. They've cultivated a grown-up atmosphere that allows families and sensible adults to enjoy the park and actually works against the colonisation by cider-drinking youths! I also think the wider influence has had a positive impact on the sports facilities like the tennis courts (which were somewhat neglected before). Well done to Tony!”
Jon Bickley, Anthem Publishing