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Giant tastes and adventures

Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. A couple having a meal with a pint of Guinness in an Irish bar and restaurant
    Mid Ulster’s plentiful supply of fresh, local ingredients and homegrown produce is destined for your plate. Whether you’re in the mood for a quick bite, a night of fine dining or a pint of Guinness, you’ll find what you’re looking for at our eateries and bars.
  2. A collection on drinks glasses sit on a table at a distillery
    Raise your spirits by sampling award-winning small batch gin, rum and whiskey made with care at our local distilleries. Book a distillery tour, enjoy a wee drink of a handcrafted spirit and pick up a bottle or two to take home as a memento of your visit.
  3. A griddle with soda bread in the foreground with two women and a child in the background standing in a kitchen
    Get hands-on at one of Mid Ulster’s cookery schools. Take a baking class, learn how to prepare healthy meals from scratch or have a go at cake decorating. You’ll find something for all the family, so everyone in your party can cook up a storm.
  4. COMING SOON
    Fed & Watered
    Our Fed and Watered experience guides you round some of the best food and drink on offer in Mid Ulster. The perfect spot for breakfast, lunch at one of our many superb cafes and bistros, then fine dining or traditional cooking for dinner.
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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Friels Bar and Restaurant is currently run by the fourth generation of the Friel family. The bar has been in the family name for over 150 years. In the bar, you will get a real feel of the old world, with pictures and memorabilia of bygone times
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  2. Bakehouse NI is a small cookery school set in the countryside near the village of Bellaghy. It provides “at home” cookery experiences based around traditional Irish cookery using local ingredients.
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  3. Winner of Best Gastro Pub and Best Wine Experience at the Irish Restaurant Awards 2018, The Brewer's House aims to serve excellent food and drink with quality ingredients sourced from the best local suppliers where possible.
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  4. Take a tour and discover how Science, meets nature and turns to Art at distillery with a difference, where you will be charmed and fascinated, inspired and exhilarated.
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  5. Our Blackwater Bistro with informal, relaxed ambience is the ideal place for something to eat. Open daily. It is the ideal location for an informal lunch, afternoon tea or evening snack with colleagues, friends or family.
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  6. This licensed restaurant welcomes family’s of all ages and can also cater for coach parties with prior booking essential.
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  7. 62 bedroom 3 star hotel on the banks of the Ballinderry River. The Glenavon House Hotel serves Sunday Carvery, A La Carte as well as bar snacks. Last orders 21:30.
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  8. Nominated for a Fréd award as ‘Best Cycle Café’, Allen’s of Caledon has researched the best local producers. We offer breakfasts, lunches & homemade treats, award-winning coffee, & a selection of teas and hot chocolates.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
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