The Clockhouse in the Leighinmohr House Hotel, Ballymena is one of County Antrim’s leading eateries. Fronted by renowned chef William Mills, the Clockhouse brings the very best of locally sourced produce together to make dishes you'll truly love.
Gourmet ice-cream at Glenarm Castle Estate on the Causeway Coastal Route, freshly made with milk from a local pedigree shorthorn herd. Expect lots of popular flavours with a few tasty surprises as well as sundaes, waffles, milkshakes & hot drinks.
This traditional Georgian hotel in Carnlough, located midway between Belfast and The Giant’s Causeway, offers elegant dining in the Frances Anne and Tapestry Room restaurant or casual dining in the cosy Coach House Bistro and Arkle Bar.
This is one of Antrim's oldest traditional pubs. One can enjoy fresh home cooked food complimented with the finest selection of beers, wines and spirits. There is an acoustic singing session on Thursday evenings and live music every Saturday night.
An extensive menu of fresh locally sourced, quality ingredients served in our spacious, relaxing Grill Bar.
Calling in for an ice cream at The Rinkha is a must for anyone exploring the scenic treasures of Islandmagee, The Gobbins and the Causeway Coastal route. Delicious homemade ice cream since 1921!
The Garden Restaurant situated within Ballygally Castle Hotel has the character and charm you would expect of a 17th Century Castle.
Glass House Bistro of Carrickferugs is based in the Museum and Civic Centre. Food Standard Agency 5 star. Irish cuisine. Outside catering.
Ownies Bar and Bistro is one of Irelands finest Gastro Pubs, it offers the highest standards of service and food and drink while maintaining the warm atmosphere of an Irish Pub. It is famous for its seafood chowder and its home made Deserts.
This small but cosy Cafe/bistro is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner (Friday-Saturday) and does take-away food as well. For lunch, soups salads and irresistible cakes are on the menu. Nix is a modern and fresh place to eat, drink and socialise.