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Although a little off the beaten track, Teddy’s has been a hit with locals and visitors since it opened in Bangor in 2010. It’s on the corner of Castle street and looks inviting, with a smart, freshly painted black and white facade and picnic benches outside ...
Set smack bang on the historic town square in the North Down village of Comber, Peter and Emma McCleery's attractive café bistro has earned a loyal following since opening in 2006. It’s warm, friendly and casual - but the food is taken seriously and, un ...
With a farm shop for some good food shopping, a garden centre and gift shop to mosey around, and a restaurant with one of the best views of any on the island, the Harrison family’s scenically located one stop shop is a popular destination for a day out. The long-e ...
Ronan and Jennie Sweeney (Balloo House, The Parson’s Nose) have done it again, sprinkling their magic over this stylish reinvention of the former Lisbarnett House in Lisbane village. Since purchasing the run down pub in 2012 they have invested over £1 millio ...
Here in the village of Lisbane, close to the shores of Strangford Lough, one of County Down’s prettiest little treasures is to be found at the thatch-roofed Old Post Office, which dates back to the 1840’s. Having lain derelict for many years, this listed bui ...
Opened by Niall McKenna of James Street South in June 2015 and a first for the Titanic Quarter, Cast and Crew is all urban funk and industrial chic - just the setting for brilliant street-style food. Bare tables, tin can utensil holder, black milk jug ...all the ...