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New Loch Lomond Venues, Dining and More

Loch Lomond Venue, Dining and Food and Drink News

The Balcony Bar & Grill Restaurant, Loch Lomond Shores

The Loch Lomond area is soon to benefit from two new venues.

The new Balcony Bar and Grill (formerly the Kilted Skirlie) is due to open imminently at Loch Lomond Shores.

A family restaurant and bar run by the Burch family, owners Stuart and Jen are delighted to be opening their second restaurant in a unique spot at Loch Lomond Shores. They have run the much loved Drymen Inn since 2015 which has grown from strength to strength and have received rave reviews for their home made delicious meals, live entertainment and consistent warm and friendly hospitality.

The Shore, Loch Lomond

April will also see the opening of stunning new wedding, spa and dining venue, The Shore Loch Lomond, also at Balloch.

The Shore will offer luxurious, ultra-modern facilities for Weddings, Private Events & Celebrations for up to 200 guests. The venue brings a Spa with luxurious treatment rooms and a Restaurant which will offer a range of cuisines created using only the freshest, locally-sourced ingredients. With beautiful views over the Loch, the restaurant will be available for private dining for up to 100 guests. 

New Fine Dining Restaurant Opening to Public at Lodge on Loch Goil 5th April 2018

On the breath-taking shores of Loch Goil in Argyllshire, The Lodge on Loch Goil’s new restaurant will offer the very best of Scottish produce, all locally sourced and all prepared by rising young chef Daniel Holleren. Guests will be able to choose to dine in the loch-side conservatory, the Arts & Crafts dining room, or in the incredible Lodge on Loch Goil treehouse.Opening on 5 April 2018, the new restaurant will be open Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays throughout April moving up to four nights a week in May. Space will be limited and dining in the restaurant will require advance booking.

The Loch Lomond Coffee Co. - New Coffee Roasting Facility from the Oak Tree Inn family

In Balmaha, St Mocha was launched in 2014 by brothers Stuart and David Fraser, who are also partners in the family business The Oak Tree Inn.

Many visitors have commented positively about the artisan coffee served, but it was only a matter of time before Stuart and David would introduce their own coffee range.

At the end of 2017, Loch Lomond Coffee Co. was launched, with a specialist roasting facility and equipment.

As well as serving in the coffee shops, bags of coffee are also for sale, both in St Mocha and on the Loch Lomond Coffee Co. website.

The new coffee has been very well received by visitors and locals.

Find more food and drink choices and inspiration on our Food and Drink page.

*Header photo from the Balcony Bar and Grill Loch Lomond.

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