A fresh bite of business
Nigel Smyth CBI, Colin Neill Pubs of Ulster, Janice Gault NI Hotels Federation, Rachael McGuickin Visit Belfast, Lisa Keys IOD, Paul McMahon Belfast Chamber of Commerce, David Gavaghan Titanic Quarter Ltd.
Northern Ireland’s business leaders have joined forces to support the local restaurant industry and are urging other businesses to do the same during Belfast Restaurant Week, which starts this Saturday, the 4th of October.
The Institute of Directors, Belfast Chamber of Commerce, CBI Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce, Titanic Quarter Ltd., Pubs of Ulster and the NI Hotels Federation are all behind the major citywide event, which showcases the great range of choice of dining out options across Belfast.
Now in its third year, Belfast Restaurant Week showcases the city’s vibrant restaurants, gastro pubs and café culture and also shines the spotlight on the great quality of local produce available right on our doorstep. In addition to Restaurant Week menus and exclusive food events, there will also be culinary inspired fringe events, including ‘Taste and Dine’ in the grounds of Belfast City Hall (4th and 5th October 2014).
The Belfast City Council initiative, supported by Visit Belfast, will offer special menus across 65 of the city’s restaurants, cafes and gastro pubs in addition to over 45 themed food events. For more information about Belfast Restaurant Week, eating out offers and promotions, go to visit-belfast.com/food
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