Review | Revolución de Cuba

Cuban Craze Revolución de Cuba has definitely hit the ground running since opening its doors to the Belfast public back in July this year. Drawing the crowds by its Latino vibe and decor to match with some excellent Happy Hour offers too! I’ve already been in since it opened for a few 2 for 1... Continue Reading →

Roasted and Toasted

So here's a shiny new wee gem of a place you'll have to visit. Roasted and Toasted (great name) opened back in April on Botanic Avenue, a place absolutely crammed with coffee and therefore competition. Does this place hold it's own in the mix? Absolutely! Follow @thebowtieblog R&T serves fantastic locally roasted coffee alongside a... Continue Reading →

Asda’s Super Summer Picnic Range

The Great Outdoors So it's mid-August already but there’s still plenty of time to make the most of what’s left of the summer. Plus we all remember how good the weather gets in September from back in the school days, sitting in the 'greenhouse' assembly hall on the first day of term. What better way... Continue Reading →

Stretching the Heart Muscles

Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke | Wake Up & Walk “Oh the Shame!!” Right so you park up at Asda or wherever and you head in to pick up a bit of shopping, milk, bread, roll on deodorant, light bulbs etc and to your absolute disgust, there before your eyes is a fellow shopper... Continue Reading →

Name that Beer

Multi award winning Browns Bonds Hill Group Chef Patron Ian Orr and Northbound Brewery owner David Rogers have joined forces to create a new beer but there’s one missing ingredient - its name. This specially crafted beer is a refreshing lager that is a perfect accompaniment to food. Made with Irish malt and Bohemian hops,... Continue Reading →

Foodies Fill the Food Hall

Well they certainly didn’t do anything like this back in my day at school! In our canteen you walked in to see big Aggie standing there in a tunic you could’ve used for a ten man tent, ladle in hand, face like thunder, looking at you like she would slap the living daylights out of... Continue Reading →

Summer Slushie at Ground Espresso Bar

The sun was out in Belfast today so I called into Ground to try one of their iced drinks they've brought in for the Summer. This one is a peach & summer berries flavour slushie, blitzed in the blender with ice and topped with a handful of little fruity millions chews. Refreshingly sweet and great... Continue Reading →

Hot Igloo

Working in Belfast city centre coupled with living not too far from it means that most of my eating out is done in the middle of town. So it was a nice change to be asked by 1vision PR (thanks folks) to try out a still very brand new restaurant up in Glengormley. Another plus... Continue Reading →

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