This family-friendly restaurant in Street commenced its journey on November 18, 2021, breathing new life into a historic 1920s theatre house that has long served as a local entertainment hub for Street's residents. Mark Tobin, the proud owner of The Loft, embarked on a mission to uphold the property's cherished heritage and offer a distinctive gathering space for the community, catering to all generations. With this in mind, one of the pivotal facets of its transformation was to emerge as a family-friendly restaurant, positioning itself as a vital part of the local community.
The Loft radiates a vibrant atmosphere, making it an ideal destination for celebrations and gatherings. It has an eclectic menu that caters to diverse tastes and budgets. Moreover, it's available for private hire seven days a week, offering a plethora of menu options that can be customised to suit any occasion, from casual finger buffets to elaborate five-course banquets. The versatility of The Loft extends to hosting a wide range of events, including corporate functions and wedding receptions. As a testament to its commitment to the community, The Loft actively supports local community groups and charitable initiatives.
When the weekend arrives, The Loft seamlessly transforms into a late lounge party venue where music and dancing enliven the atmosphere. For a more exclusive experience, tucked away at the rear of the balcony, you'll find Marion's—an intimate haven available for private events, where you can enjoy a quiet drink in one of its serene corners.
When it comes to food, you can expect to see the menu change with the seasons. Starting off are some deep fried breaded calamari and garlic mayonnaise and sticky chicken wings in BBQ sauce. There are a good option of burgers on the menu, along with steaks, and dishes like a penne pasta ratatouille and roast shoulder of somerset pork. The desserts are equally delicious, with a daily cheesecake, vanilla creme brulee and dark chocolate and cappuccino mousse on the menu.