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Welcome to Bocabar

Heavenly dining. Scrumptious cocktails. DJs and live music.


Welcome to Bocabar

Heavenly dining. Scrumptious cocktails. DJs and live music.

 Opening hours

Mondays: 9.30am-4pm
Tuesdays-Thursdays: 9.30am-11pm;

Fridays-Saturdays: 9.30am-1am (subject to change at the discretion of the management);
Sundays: 10am-5pm.

 Finding us


Telephone: 01458 440558


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TA DA! We are so proud of our latest award from Taste of The West - GOLD!! A big thank you to our fantastic chefs and front of house team. Why not come and check out our new summer menu?



“The menu reflects the environment; relaxed yet oozing quality with freshness and style”


Having been awarded GOLD we are delighted to hear that we have been selected as a Finalist in the Casual Dining category of 2017 TASTE OF THE WEST Hospitality & Retail Awards.


We are delirious about our new G+T menu offering 22 different gins + six Feverfew tonics - come and chin-chin with us!

Discover the full list here.

If you wish to make a reservation please click on the Bookatable link.



We're recruiting for full and part-time experienced bar and waiting staff to start at the beginning of September. If interested, please send your CV to We will review CVs during the week of 21st August. Please share.

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What's on

Art and events at Bocabar


What's on

Art and events at Bocabar

Friday 23rd March – Mad Dog Mcrea + Huw Eddy & The Carnival

8pm-1am • Tickets £15 from: • 18+

Mad Dog Mcrea blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and ‘shake your ass’ music. From self-penned songs of adventure, drinking, love and life, to traditional songs of gypsies, fairies, legless pirates and black flies – Mad Dog never fail to capture their audience with their infectious songs.

“This is rowdy, heartfelt, room shaking, spirit-stirring music that only the dead can’t enjoy.”

Huw Eddy & The Carnival – pedalling sound waves with a gob stopping core of Indie Folk yet generous lashings of Rock and Roll and blues influences they bring you a show that has audiences stamping their hoofs and slapping their hands in uncontrollable merriment;

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Saturday 24th March – Live For Children’s Hospice SouthWest

An evening of live music supporting Children's Hospice South West.
7pm-1am • FREE ENTRY - suggested donation of £3.

The musical line up includes Kray-z Legz, Oska Zaky, Kevin and The Destroyers and Tom Dummer Music with the evening being hosted by Chloë Warren Music who will also be performing with her band.

The event also features a raffle with top prizes donated by local business including Brothers Cider, The Orchard Pig, HAYNES INTERNATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM (OFFICIAL PAGE), Bocabar, Yeovil Town F.C., Kilver Court Secret Gardens and many more!

For more than 25 years Children's Hospice South West has been caring for children with life-threatening conditions by providing children's hospice and professional family support services. The charity are dedicated to making the most of short and precious lives through the provision of the best possible hospice care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions. The care offered at each of their three hospices is not just about medical and nursing support for sick children but enriching lives of the children and their whole family.

CHSW provide care and support to families living in the South West, who have children with life-limiting conditions, provide specialist palliative care, respite for the whole family, a sibling service for brothers and sisters, emergency support, end of life care and a bereavement service for as long as is needed. For more information please visit:



February 13th - March 26th
British Life Photography awards

Red Brick Building is delighted to be hosting an exhibition of fabulous photographic winners for the British Life Photography Awards.

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Founded in 2014, BLPA recognises and showcases the work of established and emerging photographers, both professional and amateur of all ages, while also highlighting the relevance and importance of photography to raise awareness and inform. The awards are a unique visual celebration of British life, in all its richness and diversity, creating an enduring visual record of the spirit and essence of our nation and its people at work, play and in the community. Whether an intimate portrait, a poignant moment, or sequence of innovative and illuminating images that tell an important story.

There are ten categories covering everything from street life, rural life, portraiture to Brits on holiday and a special award for the best documentary feature. Documenting daily life has been a tradition for over a century, so just like the great documentary photographers of the past and present, we want to encourage photographers to elevate the commonplace and familiar into something compelling or fascinating through the craft, creativity and discipline of photography.

The exhibition will be open everyday 10am-5pm.
Please check here for more specific information.

This exhibition is free to enter with a suggested donation £3 per person.

We have been able to bring this exhibition to the Red Brick Building through the generous sponsorship of Courtenay Investments.

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 Click on the image to go to our Jazz Sessions page.   

Click on the image to go to our Jazz Sessions page.



Local, seasonal and delicious


Local, seasonal and delicious

introducing our new Head Chef, Matt Brooks

A selection of delicious courses from our new February menu – seasonal, local and totally yummy :-)

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Burns the Bread Bakery, Glastonbury
Glastonbury Spring Water
Lievito Bakery, Lovington
Marshalls Elm Farm, Street
Orchard Pig Cider and Juices, West Bradley, Somerset
Partners in Cream, Glastonbury
P&K Meats, Street
Tasty Leaves, East Pennard



A David & Co, Bishop Sutton
Bath Ales, Warmley, Bristol
Blagdon Butchers, Blagdon, Somerset
Fussels Fine Foods, Rode, Somerset
La Chasse, Zeals, Wiltshire
Somerset Brandy, Martock, Somerset
The Bay Tree, Wincanton, Somerset
The Fine Food Company, Wincanton, Somerset
The Organic Cake Company, Bath
The Real Olive Company, Bristol
The Sausage Shed, Stembridge, Somerset
The Severn Project, Bristol
Think Drinks, Highbridge
White Lake Cheese, Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Wild Beer, Evercreech, Somerset

Fenton Poultry, Holcombe Rogus, Devon
Kingfisher Brixham fish suppliers
Miko Coffee, Exeter, Devon
Otter Ales, Honiton, Devon
Purbeck Dairy, Dorset
Samways, Bridport, Dorset
Three Choirs Vineyard, Newent, Gloucestershire