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Riverhill Courtyard, 26 West Princes Street, Helensburgh

Riverhill Courtyard, Helensburgh © food and drink Glasgow blog

From the folk at Riverhill Deli and Cafe and Riverhill Coffee bar comes, Riverhill Courtyard. Much bigger than the other venues and well worth a visit.

Riverhill Courtyard, Helensburgh © food and drink Glasgow blog
Riverhill Courtyard, Helensburgh © food and drink Glasgow blog

We ventured in for a quick peek and drink before a gig and weren’t disappointed.

Large open area with mixed tables and bar seating. Upstairs mezzanine level too.

Riverhill Courtyard, Helensburgh © food and drink Glasgow blog
Riverhill Courtyard, Helensburgh © food and drink Glasgow blog

A large selection of wines as well as Schiehallion on draught, lots of bottled beers and cocktails. We didn’t feel pressured at all to eat or to order more drinks.

Riverhill Courtyard, Helensburgh © food and drink Glasgow blog
Riverhill Courtyard, Helensburgh © food and drink Glasgow blog

Good relaxed atmosphere, fruity wine – I had the Tierra Alta Sauvignon at £3.95 for 175mls. The chaps went for a pint of Schiehallion and a bottle of The Ridge, both Scottish beers from Harviestoun.

A full menu is served and it seemed popular too.

Will be back!

 

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