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Loch Bar Philadelphia Opens


A symphony of seafood along Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts, Atlas Restaurant Group’s popular seafood tavern, Loch Bar, has opened at Arthaus. 

For those familiar with the harmony of seafood and the fine arts, it’s time for a symphony in Philadelphia. Loch Bar, a famed gem from the Atlas Restaurant Group, is set to make its debut on the corner of Broad and Spruce Street, right in the heart of the Avenue of the Arts. Housed at the ground level of the luxurious Arthaus Condominiums at 301 South Broad Street, this esteemed seafood tavern is tuned to be the latest rave in the city’s food scene.

The Loch Bar is located just across from the iconic Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Surrounded by other popular venues such as the Wilma, Suzanne Roberts Theatre, and Clef Club, it is situated right in the epicenter of artistic brilliance. The culinary mastermind, Executive Chef Michael O’Halloran, a Philadelphia native, leads the kitchen and brings his innovative twist to traditional seafood fare. The ship is steered by the experienced General Manager, Lynn Rinaldi, who has over two decades of experience in the industry. With such a talented team at the helm, expect nothing but excellence at the Loch Bar.

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With its grand opening on Friday, October 13, 2023, the Baltimore-born restaurant finally graces Philadelphia, boasting one of the city’s largest raw bars. Offering everything from lunch to late-night dining seven days a week, Loch Bar promises an array of culinary experiences that will satiate your seafood cravings.

Loch Bar Philadelphia will be open from 11:00am to 12:00am Sunday through Thursday, and from 11:00am to 1:00am on Fridays and Saturdays, with happy hour available from 4:00pm to 7:00pm Monday through Friday. 

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The Loch Bar is the ideal dining destination, capable of hosting up to 170 guests with ease. For those who prefer dining under the sky, a seasonal outdoor dining option is available. The luxurious ambiance is accentuated by 13.5-feet floor-to-ceiling windows that offer awe-inspiring views of Center City. Music lovers will be thrilled with live local music performances seven days a week, paying homage to the restaurant’s historical location, which was once the site of Philadelphia International Records.

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