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Located inside the beautiful 800-year-old Guild Hall Market, Stall 54 is a small coffee shop with a big heart. Run by owner Emily, the emphasis here is just as much on the tasty, homemade food and delicious coffee, as it is on providing a place for people to stop, chat, relax and have a nice time away from the hustle and bustle of the busy high street.
With a focus on local producers, Stall 54 is a real family affair; Emily runs the coffee shop and prepares the food, including breakfast and lunch. While her mum makes the cakes from home. The bread is delivered from local, family-run bakery Hobbs and as much as possible, the rest of the produce is sourced from in and around Bath. The hand-roasted coffee comes from independent supplier Easy Josè and is frequently commented on for it’s rich, smooth and silky taste. Feel good food, and feel good vibes is what this place is all about and we challenge anyone to leave not smiling.
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