If it’s good enough for Jane Austen, it’s good enough for us. The Pump Room in Bath is hosting a one-off Champagne and Music dinner this August – and you’re invited to the prestigious action
Calling all fine dining lovers. Head to Bath this August for a summer symphony of flavours as The Pump Room hosts an exclusive Champagne and Music Dinner on Thursday 17th August filled with signature favourites.
Offering an array of food, drinks and music fit for royalty, this rare event will take place in the Georgian social heart of Bath, which boasts amongst its previous patrons the likes of Jane Austen and Charles Dickens. Book your ticket and devour a delightful selection of canapés, followed by a a three-course menu to complement each cuvée.
With something for everyone, the menu includes signature Duck liver parfait with orange marmalade, Cornish crab with roast red pepper and chive mayonnaise, Roast sea bassserved with sautéed spinach, chive mash and lemon butter sauce plus a quintessentially British Eton Mess to finish.
On the melodic side of things, the evening of music will include:
- Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – George Frideric Handel
- Crown Imperial – William Walton
- Rule Britannia
Run by in-house caterer and fizz experts since 1847, each course is perfectly paired with exceptional champagnes expertly presented by Searcys Head of Champagne, Martin Dibben, including Laurent Perrier, Bollinger and Searcys’ own Blanc de Blancs. *Hic* – see you by the bubbly?
Make it happen
When: 17 August 2023
Cost: Priced at £125 per person, pieces include Crown Imperial, Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance Marches.
Where: Searcys at The Pump Room Stall St, Bath BA1 1LZ, United Kingdom
How: Find out more and make a booking via thepumproombath.co.uk or sevenrooms.com