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Dining Out - County Armagh

Known as the Orchard County, Armagh’s connection with food is renowned.

Places To Visit

Armagh City Hotel, Armagh

Hotel with every modern convenience. State of the art conference facilities of which is the largest outside Belfast. The ultimate in luxury, contemporary decor and spacious layout.

Ashburn Hotel, Lurgan, Craigavon

Experience hospitality at its best in our family owned 3 star hotel, hygiene rating 5. Located convenient to Lurgan town centre, railway station and motorway. The hotel has 13 ensuite bedrooms, lounge bar, restaurant and gallery bar for private hire.

The Planters Tavern, Waringstown, Craigavon

This former coaching inn in the village of Waringstown in a quiet, rural setting uses high quality Ulster produce, including local beef and poultry.

The Four Trees, Moira, Craigavon

Situated one mile from the M1 (Moira turnoff) which is approximately 20 minutes from Belfast. We serve gastro pub food in our main bar dining area. We also have a barn available for private functions. We have our five star food hygiene rating.

The Yellow Door Deli, Portadown, Craigavon

Chef/Proprietor Simon Dougan cooks with verve and panache in his new premises. This deli/coffee shop specialises in the best of Northern Ireland produce, with a wide selection of continental specialities also available.

Downstairs@turners, Armagh

Downstairs@turners, basement Brassiere/wine bar, is the jewel in the Crown of the Charlemont Arms Hotel, which specialises in modern Irish cuisine and is complemented perfectly with an extensive wine list and the world famous illy coffee.

Groucho's On The Square, Richhill, Armagh

These premises have been evolving for some 350 years into what may be one of the finest Café Bars in Ulster. Be it Italian specialist coffee, home cooked food or something a bit stronger from our extensive listing of world brands.

Uluru Bar & Grill, Armagh

Uluru Bar & Grill is an award winning restaurant based in Armagh city’s historic marketplace area. Awarded for its casual dining, the Australian neighbourhood style restaurant celebrates authentic cooking with an Australian twist.

The Moody Boar, Armagh

At The Moody Boar we are working for sustainability, value, local produce and most of all flavour.

Gilberry Fayre, Gilford, Craigavon

Gilberry Fayres' traditional family friendly restaurant in Northern Ireland is full of “olde worlde” charm, incorporating the original 150 year old schoolhouse features with a modern, fresh approach to food preparation. As soon as you walk in you will experience the natural charm and character of the building, feel the comfortable, cosy atmosphere and breathe the tantalising aromas of freshly prepared food, leaving your mouth positively watering with anticipation.

The Pot Belly Restaurant, Gilford, Craigavon

The Pot Belly Restaurant is housed in a converted Linen Mill dating from the 1800s and is situated on the Banks of the River Bann. The Restaurant exudes the charm and atmosphere of its rich history and derives it’s name from the Pot Belly Stove in the dining room.

Sinton's at the Bridge, Aughlish, Enniskillen

Welcome to Sinton’s at the Bridge. Located in the idyllic award winning village of Scarva on the borders of County Armagh and County Down, owners Graeme and Julianne Morton have brought their considerable experience within the hospitality industry to this newly purpose built restaurant

Montagu Arms Bar and Restaurant, Tandragee, Craigavon

Situated in the historic town of Tandragee, only a stone’s throw from Tandragee Castle, the Montagu Arms offers the perfect setting for a well run guest inn boasting top class bar, restaurant, lounge and bedroom facilities

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