Ever wondered what pizza toppings the people of Belfast go crazy for the most? And what toppings do people hate to see on their pizzas? Irish pizza store chain Four Star Pizza trawled through more than 750,000 pizza orders from its 61 stores across Ireland (including 15 in Northern Ireland) to get the lowdown on what’s hot (and what’s not) in 2020 when it comes to the country’s … Continue reading Belfast’s favourite pizza toppings revealed!
The impact of the Covid 19 coronavirus has had a devastating impact on local businesses, particularly those in the hospitality sector – and Belfast has been no exception to that. Many cafes, restaurants and bars were unable to open for months due to the global pandemic, but now most have been able to reopen. But it’s still tough times for restaurant owners. That’s why the … Continue reading Eat Out to Help Out Belfast – Everything you need to know
Far removed from the hipster coffeeshops in Belfast city centre, a little cafe on the Falls Road in West Belfast is putting it up to the Guatemalan roasters with top notch coffee fixes and great grub as well. Hatch, next door to St Dominics school, has been one of our go to spots for a tasty brekkie and flat white in the last couple of … Continue reading Hatch: Great breakfast and coffee in West Belfast
Craft beer fans in Belfast are in for a treat this winter with the arrival of a series of award-winning beers from Cork-based microbrewery Eight Degrees in bars and off-licenses around the city. The popular range of beers is now available in a range of top local bars, restaurants, hotels and off licences, following a new partnership with drinks company, Dillon Bass. We attended a … Continue reading Award winning Cork microbrewery sets up shop in Belfast
When we think of street food, we envisage the bustling back streets of Bangkok or a roadside family stall in Mexico City – but one Belfast chef is keen to put his city on the map. Gary Quinn, owner of the Taquitos food truck parked up daily on the Belfast waterfront, opened up the business in 2018 and has seen it go from strength to … Continue reading Belfast chef leading street food revolution with city centre taco van
One of Belfast’s best traditional pizza joints, Little Wing has established itself in recent years as the first choice for many when they’re craving some lovely saucy carbs at reasonable prices. The pizza is cooked with fresh ingredients in their huge wood-fired ovens, and Little Wing has seen its success propel it to new locations outside of Belfast, namely in Lisburn, Bangor and Enniskillen. Available … Continue reading Little Wing – Little Prices, Big Flavours