Plan the perfect date night at one of the Belfast restaurants participating in Eat Out to Help Out! Save up to 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks (up to £10 off per person) when you eat out on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesday in August. Participating restaurants include:

Berts Jazz Bar

Lose yourselves somewhere in 1930s New York in Berts Jazz Bar, a sleek venue with art-deco era design and a handpicked list of cocktails. The French bistro-style menu boasts dishes as sophisticated as the atmosphere around you, complemented by cool jazz melodies and exemplary service. Berts Jazz Bar is participating in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out initiative, so you’ll receive 50% (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) when you visit between Mondays and Wednesdays in August.

028 9026 2713 to book.

Deanes EIPIC

Indulge in Michelin Star-standard tasting menus at Deanes EIPIC, where you can also claim Eat Out to Help Out discount this August. The state-of-the-art restaurant on Howard Street has a modern yet intimate feel, providing the ideal escape from the real world to a place of exquisite dining and romantic luxury.

028 9033 1134 to book.

The Culloden Estate and Spa

Set in 12 acres of secluded gardens Hastings Culloden Estate and Spa promises the ultimate romantic getaway. Book into Vespers for elegant dining or the Cultra Inn for an Irish bistro menu – both serve high quality food made with the finest local produce. Hastings Culloden Estate and Spa is also offering Eat Out to Help Out discount from Mondays to Wednesdays during the month of August.

Book at hastingshotels.com/culloden-estate-and-spa.

AMPM

With an intoxicating bohemian atmosphere and irresistible food and drink, AMPM promises a romantic night out like no other. The frivolous artefacts hanging from the walls create a quirky feel, while the sumptuous Irish, French and European dishes and stunning cocktails promises an unforgettable dining experience. Book a table between Mondays and Wednesdays in August and receive Eat Out to Help Out discount!

Book at ampmbelfast.com.

 

AMPM
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Taylor and Clay at the Bullitt Hotel

Inside the stylish and chilled-out Bullitt Hotel you’ll find Taylor & Clay – a contemporary kitchen serving prime cuts of meat and seafood charred on its open Asador grill, and vegetables that are hand-grown and harvested by their chefs. Taylor and Clay is the perfect romantic hideaway in the heart of the city, and you can enjoy 50% off your bill with Eat Out to Help Out discount this August!

To book, email taylorandclay@bullitthotel.com.

Hadskis

Hadskis is another award-winning restaurant set on Belfast’s most photographed street, Commercial Court. The restaurant marries the best of European menus with Northern Irish produce, paired with fantastic beers, wines and cocktails. Get 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

028 9032 5444 to book.

Hadskis

Cutters Wharf

Belfast’s much-loved riverside bar is ideal for lazy afternoons or a romantic evenings by the water with someone special. Dine al fresco on the heated outdoor terrace or book a table in the first floor River Grill restaurant – wherever you choose expect delicious wining and dining, and 50% off food with Eat Out to Help Out this August.

028 9080 5100 to book.

The Great Room Restaurant

The Great Room Restaurant is a sumptuous space evoking effortless and timeless grandeur, situated in the former Banking Hall of the Merchant Hotel’s building. Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea or choose from the sumptuous a la carte menu. The Great Room Restaurant is participating in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out initiative, so you can dine decadently for less from Monday to Wednesday in August.

028 9023 4888 to book.

The Great Room Restaurant at The Merchant Hotel
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Belfast Empire

This popular music hall and comedy club in a restored church on Botanic Avenue promises a quirky night out with your other half. The venue has opened again for drinks and food, serving relaxed fare including their famous home-made pizzas and burgers. Book a table for a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in August and get 50% off your bill with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

02890 249276 to book a table or email info@thebelfastempire.com.

Grand Central Hotel

Hastings Grand Central Hotel is an impressive jewel in the heart of the city. During the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, enjoy two courses for £10 (after the discount is applied) in the stunning Grand Cafe.

For more information and bookings go to grandcentralhotelbelfast.com.

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Plus, selected hotels in the city are participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. That means you get 50% off dining in the hotels’ bars and restaurants from Mondays to Wednesdays in the month of August! See participating hotels below.

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