Eating out in Inverness – Johnny Foxes Pub

On Thursday four of us enjoyed dinner at Johnny Foxes Pub and Restaurant – it was great!

Courgette and white wine soup, served in a baked bap, was delicious. Two of us had fillet steak – tender, tasty and cooked just as ordered – you wouldn’t find better anywhere. The fish (haddock) and chips was also first rate. We had a very palatable bottle of Chilean red wine with our meal. The service from barman Tyce was excellent – friendly and efficient.

Johnny Foxes has live music every evening, with with the finest bands offering a wide range of Popular, Traditional, Scottish and Irish music.

Adjoining Johnny Foxes is the newest addition to the Inverness club scene, the Den, offering fabulous cocktails, tapas, and great music.

Johnny Foxes
is in a great riverside location near the centre of Inverness. Your Inverness B&B host will be happy to give you more information and to reserve a table for you. For a great selection of top Highland accommodation take a look at our Inverness guest house and bed & breakfast association website.

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Inverness Farmers’ Market

Inverness Farmers’ Market takes place on the first Saturday of each month on the High Street and the Eastgate between 9 am and 6 pm. A fine array of fresh local produce is on sale at the market. Fine cheeses, bread and baked goods, eggs, locally reared meet, fish, smoked goods, pickles, jams and preserves, fruit and vegetables and other examples of top quality Highland produce are available. Adding to the friendly atmosphere is the ceilidh music, performed from 12 – 2.00pm.

Many of the Inverness Farmers’ Market stall holders also supply several of our Inverness B&B and guest house members, who take great pride in being able to serve their guests the best of Highland products. For a great Scottish breakfast, book your Highland accommodation with one of our featured Inverness Guest House Association members!

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