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  • Off to an evening gig at the Thekla soon. Is the bigass multi-storey in Princes Street the best option?

    Oh and where’s best for a meal in that area? (don’t say Mud Dock).


    Depends how popular the gig is. I parked right there the last time I went.

    I’ve not tried Graze yet, but heard good things. Bordeaux Quay does good scran – have eaten there a couple of times (and you get given free bread from the deli if there is any left).

    Gig is sold out. Dunno what kinda indicator that is.

    Been to Graze in Cirencester and was impressed. Good shout – ta.


    As TooTall says, if not popular then park in the pay+display by it. Can probably park in Queen’s Square as well – think its £1.60 after 7 on those meters.


    Plenty of on-street single yellows within walking distance – commercial road and Cumberland road. I think Wapping Wharf car park is cheap as chips after hours too.

    Watershed is ok and reasonable for food. Graze also good as well as stocking full selection of Bath Ales. 🙂


    The correct place to eat is the Olive Shed of course (unless its Sunday evening).

    Beth Orton by any chance? I was too slow off the mark for tickets 😕


    single yellow lines on the Welsh back as well,
    that’s my normal parking place

    It is Beth indeed. Snapped up two tickets in July 😀

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