A new year ushers in a new chapter. Inverness, the wider Highlands and Moray have a line-up of eateries slated to open in 2023 that will get you excited (and hungry).
Expect everything from quirky coffee trailers to whiskey distilleries to delicious grub from global chains.
Here are some places to look out for year-round to keep hunger at bay.
News broke that TGI Fridays is considering opening more takeout restaurants in Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow in January 2022. It all hinged on the success of Dundee Venture, which opened that same month.
Inverness is currently not in service on Fridays yet, but this is an opening that could be found in Inverness in 2023.
Local fans of the chain are looking forward to enjoying favorites like glazed chicken strips and perfectly stacked burgers from the comfort of their own homes.
Inverness’s Victorian Market Food Hall has welcomed a string of fine foodies in recent months.
These include Sushi Inverness, Moonshine, vegan takeout Salt and Fire, Bad Girl Bakery, Good Girl Greengrocer, and the Highland Street Food pop-up unit, which opened to extend the success of the Highland Food and Drink Trail Street Food Zone. increase.
With some units still sitting in empty spaces, expect more businesses to set up shop and serve delicious grub throughout the year.
If you’re a fan of coffee, this is for you.
Currently under construction but slated to open its hatch in the coming months, The Coffee Clan is a coffee trailer serving customers throughout Moray.
Coffee, specialty teas, hot chocolate, mouth-watering baked goods and much more to indulge in.
Trailers are available for rent and are available for both private and corporate events. For more information, visit the business’s Facebook page.
Family-run whiskey specialists Gordon & McPhail are spending £20m on a project that will open a new distillery in Speyside this summer.
The distillery became known as Cairn. The name reflects the location of the distillery on the gateway to Speyside overlooking the Cairngorm Mountains.
Work began on site in July 2021, and by the start of September 2022, the building structure was nearly complete.
Eastgate Shopping Center
Among the exciting openings scheduled for 2023 is a new upscale food court at the Eastgate Shopping Center.
Dubbed Loch and Larder, the new setup will focus on quality local ingredients with a street food twist.
Scottish Kitchen – the concept of Scottish national chef Gary MacLean – anchors new developments. Expect the remaining outlets involved to be revealed at a later date.
Already a subscriber?Sign in
[5 potential Highland and Moray food and drink openings in 2023]