Atlas Restaurant Group, a Baltimore-based national hospitality company, is pleased to announce that Loch Bar, their premier seafood concept, will join Philadelphia’s buzzing food & beverage scene in Fall 2023. The splashy seafood destination will bring one of the largest raw bars to the city of Philadelphia, serving lunch, dinner, and brunch on the prominent corner of Broad and Spruce Streets, at the ground floor of Arthaus Condominiums.
“We are incredibly grateful to be able to introduce Loch Bar to the city of Philadelphia. We have always been excited by the art, culture and culinary scene that defines Philadelphia, and feel that Loch Bar will be a welcomed addition and natural fit for the market,” said Alex Smith, Founder and President of Atlas Restaurant Group. “We are bringing something new to the table, both literally and figuratively, and are eager for Philadelphians and visitors alike to immerse in the full Loch Bar, and by extension Atlas Restaurant Group’s dining experience.”
Located along the Avenue of the Arts at 301 S. Broad Street on the ground level of Dranoff Properties new luxury residential building, Arthaus Condominiums, Loch Bar will be ideally positioned within Philadelphia’s most lively, and artistically focused and creative neighborhoods. Directly across the street to the world-renowned Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, and surrounded by venues such as the Wilma, Suzanne Roberts, the Miller, Academy of Music, and Clef Club, Loch Bar will become a key player in creating and adding to the unique vibrancy of the Avenue of the Arts and its surrounding area.
“Not only will Loch Bar serve as a home-base dining spot for Arthaus residents, but also a landmark dining destination for business and community leaders, theatergoers, neighborhood residents, tourists, and more, bringing a new life and energy to the Avenue of the Arts,” said Carl Dranoff, President & CEO of Dranoff Properties. “We are thankful to have played a role in bringing Loch Bar to Philadelphia and in introducing Atlas Restaurant Group as they embark on this new market.”
In addition, Loch Bar plans to utilize herbs grown within the greenhouse and sky garden atop Arthaus Condominiums for select dishes and cocktails.
More About Loch Bar:
Loch Bar Philadelphia will be the 4th Loch Bar location in the country.
Loch Bar first opened in 2016 inside the Four Seasons Hotel overlooking Baltimore’s picturesque Inner Harbor.
In 2018, Loch Bar opened in the center of Boca Raton’s bustling Mizner Park.
In 2019, Loch Bar opened Houston’s exclusive River Oaks District.
Loch Bar’s menu incorporates seafood dishes that have become synonymous with the Mid-Atlantic region and boasts an expansive whiskey list, local craft beer, handcrafted cocktails, and more.
Open concept with 13.5-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, looking out over Broad Street and Kimmel Center.
Loch Bar Philadelphia will be 5,198 square feet, allowing seating for up to 170 people.
Loch Bar will be an “all-day restaurant” open from 11am – 2am 7 days a week, for lunch, happy hour, dinner, weekend brunch and late-night dining options.
One of the pillars of operation at Atlas Restaurant Group is entertainment – Loch Bar will hire local artists to play live 7 nights a week, creating a wonderful parallel and nod to the history of the restaurant’s location, being the original site of Philadelphia International Records and what many call the birthplace of “The Sound of Philadelphia”.
If you like what I do, throw me a coffee or a stiff drink!
I’m a *REAL* person and your support means the world to me!
Food enthusiast. Travel lover. Social media maven.
Independent Journalist. Food marketing/PR expert.