LOST unveils Wirral’s newest dining and events experience

The latest addition to Wirral’s dining and events scene, LOST, has opened its doors officially this week with the launch of its first two supper clubs.

The much talked about new venue, which is located in Claremont Courtyard, adjacent to the ever-popular Claremont Farm, welcomed guests to its first Asian Fusion themed dining event with foodie partners Cheeky Chilli, followed by a kitchen takeover with a Latin American vibe courtesy of Matt Hardy and the team from Hardy’s Catering.

Owner, Dave Loughlin, has transformed the ancient barn into a stunning dining and events space, filled with twinkling lights, a feature stone staircase with glass floor and new wrap around mezzanine to create extra seating in the beautiful, beamed loft area.

Speaking about the transformation, Dave commented, “My construction company Cube 7 were based in the barn for several years and always felt it could make an amazing entertainment space.

“The stone walls, amazing acoustics and original features mean it’s totally unique and we can’t wait to welcome more guests over the coming months.”

Unlike a traditional restaurant, the venue will only be open for selected events and occasional private hire. The concept has been a big hit so far, with the first few supper clubs selling out overnight.

“We’ve been amazed and really humbled by the response so far,” said Dave. “Our first few nights, Asian Fusion, Day-of-The-Dead and Amalfi Coast, sold out almost immediately and our two Christmas Supper Clubs with members of the Liverpool Philharmonic – The Claremont Ensemble, playing songs from the Christmas movies & Christmas Carols are also fully booked.

“We’ve just added another November date with Hardy’s (Taste of Autumn – Saturday 10 November £65pp), we are hosting our Luxury Wreath Making Evening on 30 November and are looking to extend our Christmas programme, so keep your eyes on social media to catch the release dates.”

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