Food and Drink Events
From food and drink festivals to cookery demonstrations, celebrate the flavours of Ireland at these Taste the Island events.
Armagh Food and Cider Festival 2019
An international extravaganza featuring multiple can’t-miss events in venues right across Ireland’s Orchard County, the Armagh Food & Cider Festival.
Titanic: The Musical Afternoon Tea
Titanic Belfast in collaboration with Belfast Operatic Company presents Titanic: The Musical Afternoon Tea!
Taste the Island Menu at James St.
As part of Taste the Island, James St. is offering a delicious themed menu from September right through to November.
Culture Night Belfast Street Feast
As part of the Ireland-wide “Taste the Island” celebration, Belfast is bringing together the best of local food and drink traders for Culture Night and Day.
Taste the Island Cookery Demonstrations at James St.
To celebrate Taste the Island James St. are hosting complimentary demonstrations throughout September, October and November.
A Taste of Titanic
Taste your way through the story of RMS Titanic with their signature 2 hour food tasting tour, the ultimate combination of culture, history, food and fun!
Irish Gin Tasting at James St.
Join James St. for an evening of gin tasting and delicious food.
Sherry Evening at James St.
Come along to the Grill Room at James St as they celebrate International Sherry week in association with Direct Wine Shipments.
Belfast Restaurant Week 2019
Belfast Restaurant Week is returning this September with tasty food offers, delicious cooking demonstrations and much more.
Combining food and drink deals with overnight hotel stays, treat yourself with these special Taste the Island offers.
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Taste the Island Foodie Offers
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Off the Eaten Track
Venture from your normal port of call for mealtimes and discover Belfast’s one-of-a-kind eateries. Or, make something yourself using food produce made and stocked right here in the city.
Food and Drinks Experiences
Explore Belfast's food and drink attractions, tours and events.
St George's Market
St George's Market is one of Belfast's oldest attractions and one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland.
The Belfast Gin and Spirits School
The Belfast Gin and Spirits School offers an opportunity to see the first spirit to be distilled in Belfast in the 21st century first hand. Immerse yourself in unique experiential learning.
A working brewery with licensed restaurant in a beautiful and historic setting at Hilden House, located in the village of Hilden, close to Lisburn.
The Echlinville Distillery on the Ards Peninsula became Northern Ireland's first licenced distillery in over 125 years, distilling its first spirit in 2013.
Taste and Tour
Enjoy a four hour fun and food filled guided walk to some of the top food and drink spots in Belfast.
Rademon Estate Distillery - Shortcross Gin
Rademon Estate in Co. Down is one of the oldest historic estates in Ireland, a haven in a unique setting and the home of Shortcross Gin.
Foodie Guide to Belfast
With restaurants, bars, food markets and artisan producers tucked away in every corner, Belfast is nothing short of a foodie haven. Here’s our guide to food in the city.
Local dishes made with local products: Belfast’s restaurants offer an incredible culinary experiences and a true taste of the city.
Belfast Restaurant Voucher
Treat a loved one to this voucher, which allows you to choose from 50 mouth-watering eateries from Michelin Star fine dining and quirky restaurants, to gastro pubs and cafés.