EAT THE STORY
It’s not the destination; it’s the food journey. Here are a few top stops along the way.
Taste & Tour
A food or drink tour is a great way to get to know Belfast. This local outfit delivers the best of the city, including a Gin Jaunt and a Whiskey Walk. But bring a fit liver.
Bull & Ram
Dry-aged beef tops the menu at this busy Ballynahinch restaurant situated in a restored Edwardian butcher shop. The Sunday lunches are the talk of the town.
This bakery and vegetarian café in Ballycastle touts the health benefits of traditionally made sourdough bread, which is baked directly on the oven floor.
Causeway Coast Foodie Tours
On the Catch & Sea tour, you can catch your own breakfast as you and the dolphins watch the sun rise over the Mull of Kintyre.
A wooden shed at the edge of the dunes on the beach in Portstewart serves up unexpectedly elegant mouth-watering food on rough tables that book up very quickly.