Get the whole family together for a day out at one of Belfast’s attractions selling food or go for a meal in a family friendly restaurant. With the Eat Out to Help Out scheme you can enjoy 50% off food and soft drinks (up to £10 off per person) from Mondays to Wednesdays during the month August. Participating places include:

Lost City Adventure Golf

Crazy golf and pizza – the ideal combination for a family day out! Lost City Adventure Golf is participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, so after your little adventurers have tackled the jungle-inspired golf course you can save up to 50% on pizza, snacks and milkshakes (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) when you visit between Mondays and Wednesdays this August.

Book now at

Ryan’s Bar and Restaurant

Kids can tuck into tasty pizza, pasta and burgers at Ryan’s bar, where kids’ meals start from just £5.25 for one course and £6.95 for two courses. Visit on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in August for the Eat Out to Help Out offer, which can be used alongside their two adult courses for £11 (so you pay just £5.50), or book in on a Saturday and Sunday when kids eat for free!

028 9050 9850 to book.

Ryan's Bar
Aunt Sandras Candy Factory

Aunt Sandra’s

Stepping into Aunt Sandra’s Candy Factory is like stepping back in time, where you can watch old-time candy making at its best. Get the Eat Out to Help Out discount when you order hot drinks and sweet treats to enjoy in their seating area.

Pop into their seating area or visit for more details.


The Galley at Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is reopening on 1 August and you can enjoy the Eat Out to Help Out off in their on-site Galley Café. Then, explore the sights, sounds and smells of RMS Titanic and relive the story of the world’s most famous ship.

Book exhibition tickets at

Titanic Belfast
Villa Italia

Villa Italia

Villa Italia is full of rustic Italian charm, with murals, terracotta tiles and hanging grapevines making it feel like you’re in La Bella Italia itself! Little ones can choose between pizza, spaghetti and lasagne and you can get Eat Out to Help Out discount from Mondays to Wednesdays in August – bellissimo!

Book a table at:

Vertigo Titanic Park

If soaring without wings on the indoor skydiving wind tunnel has worked up an appetite – you’re in luck. Vertigo Titanic Park’s on-site Pizza Dock participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, so you can save money on a family day out filled with adventure.

Book an activity slot at

Pickie Fun Park Bangor Swans

Pickie Funpark

Book a visit to Pickie Funpark in Bangor and get ready for a day of family fun! The park contains a 18-hole mini golf course, giant pedal swans, train ride, children’s play area and a modern café where you can get Eat Out to Help Out discount when you visit between Mondays and Wednesdays in August.

Book your visit at


Deane and Decano

Deane and Decano on the Lisburn Road is a modern cafe and bar with a distinctly Italian flavour and varied kids’ menu. It’s open for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon snacks and dinner – visit on Tuesday or Wednesday for the Eat Out to Help out offer!

Book online at

Deane and Decano

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