Halo Pantry & Grill

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Café / Restaurant

Located just inside the city walls, in the former Boyd's shirt factory (shirt factories are a big part of Derry's history), this unusual establishment quickly earned a reputation for quality food, friendly service, atmosphere and value

Halo Pantry & Grill

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