Ballycastle wine bar is the toast of town]

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Ballycastle  wine bar is the toast of town] thumbnailCathy Fox, Counterpoint and George Williamson, Bushmills Inn, pictured at the Hospitality Business Awards at Titanic Belfast.

MORE than half of Northern Ireland's top 100 hospitality businesses hail from County Antrim. On the North Coast, The Bushmills Inn, Central Wine Bar in Ballycastle, Mary McBride's in Cushendum, The Ramore Wine Bar and Harbour Bar in Portrush and The Fullerton Arms in Ballintoy were amongst those honoured at Hospitality Ulster's inaugural Top 100 Hospitality Business Awards at Titanic Belfast. The coveted list, compiled by industry body Hospitality Ulster, in conjunction with a panel of top industry experts, was unveiled at a prestigious ceremony hosted by comedian Tim McGarry and attended by VIP guests including boxing legend, Carl Frampton. From Michelin starred restaurants and five-star hotels to buzzing city centre nightclubs, gastropubs, quaint country pubs and hotels, Hospitality Ulster's Top 100 shines the spotlight on Northern Ireland hospitality at its best.


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