A Guide for Picky Eaters – Best Restaurants in Belfast

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A Guide for Picky Eaters – Best Restaurants in Belfast

If you’re anything like me, you wouldn’t necessarily call yourself a picky eater, but all your friends and family would. I can’t help it; I like what I like and to be honest I’m too afraid to try something new when I go out in case I don’t like it; and then still have to pay for it or think the waiting staff are judging me for not eating the food.

Belfast has an abundance of gorgeous restaurants in stunning locations, admittingly I haven’t tried them all, but the ones I have ate in, I would highly recommend. Top Blade, Zen, Goodfellas, AMPM and Harlem are all but a few you should try.

So, in the name of research, I took myself out to dinner to create this guide for my fellow picky eaters!

Top Blade

Located in St Annes Square in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter, Top Blade is the perfect location for an intimate date night or a night out with friends. The stunning rustic interiors set the mood as soon as you enter the restaurant and the whole experience is a pleasant one.

There wasn’t anything on the menu that I wouldn’t eat, it all looked and sounded delicious. And even better, it is very reasonably priced. They cater for all dietary needs, with vegan main and side options too! They also have a great drinks menu; I highly recommend trying the raspberry mojito.

Top Blade is definitely worth a visit for your next outing in Belfast. For a party of two, which included 2 mains, 2 sides, 2 sauces one dessert a cocktail and a pint it came to around £60!

Goodfellas

Calling all Pizza lovers! Located in West Belfast on Kennedy Way, Goodfellas is the perfect restaurant for a casual dinner, or if you fancy a take-away, they have a brilliant ‘to go’ service.

Freshly made pizzas are never a bad idea, and I can honestly say I have never had a bad meal in Goodfellas. The Cajun Chicken pizza is a personal favourite. They have a huge selection of food, from pasta to pizza there is plenty to choose from.

And two words, Garlic Potatoes. If you know, you know. These are a ‘need to get’ if you ever visit Goodfellas.

 

Zen

Situated on Adelaide Street, Zen is another brilliant restaurant in the heart of Belfast City Centre. With only a 10-minute walk to the Cathedral Quarter, it is the perfect place to start your night out.

Zen offers a huge selective menu from sushi to simple Chinese cuisine and a fabulous cocktail menu. I know this doesn’t sound like the place for picky eaters, trust me I thought the same thing. I went with a group of friends, and we all ordered something different so we could all have a little bit of something. It really pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I’m glad it did. It was amazing.

Some of the things we ordered were, salt & chilli chicken, honey chilli chicken, chicken curry, veggie curry, crispy duck pancakes (my personal favourite), a few different types of sushi and loads of sides.

For a party of 7, the food and three rounds of drinks came to £40 each (including tip) which we thought was brilliant.

For your next girls or guys night out I would 100% recommend Zen, from the boujee interiors and the most wonderful staff it will really push picky eaters out of their comfort zone, but for the best!

Harlem

Situated on Bedford Street, Harlem is a quirky and intimate little restaurant, just behind Belfast City Hall. It’s perfect for brunch or a quiet dinner.

The food is absolutely stunning, with such a good selection of starters, mains and sharing platters. There wasn’t anything on the menu that did not sound delicious.it is also very reasonable priced for being right in the City Centre.

Harlem is the ideal spot to drop in for a quick shopping break, having a catch up with friends or having a nice meal before a night out.

 

I hope this guide has helped my fellow picky eaters for when it comes to choosing their next meal out in Belfast. There are so many wonderful places to choose from, these are just my top choices for different types of nights out and occasions.

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5 Ways to Make Your Business More Sustainable

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5 Ways to Make Your Business More Sustainable

Even with everything that is going on in the world, there is still a huge focus on how everyone can do their part in being greener to save the planet. Small businesses can surprisingly have a big impact on the environment, so it is up to business owners if they want that to be a positive or negative one.

A lot of customers are very eco-conscious and look to see if businesses are doing their part in being more sustainable. It is a great thing to promote as a small business owner.

We have complied a list of ways in how you can become more eco-friendly

Switch to a Paperless System

Recently a lot of businesses have made the switch to paperless systems, it is a great way to effectively reduce waste. In the UK alone 9.9 MILLION tonnes of paper are used each year. Only 80% of this figure is recycled, according to Recycling Bins.

The switch to paperless can help make your business more streamline, instead of paper receipts opt for email receipts. (This way customers always have a copy!) It is very useful if any documents need signing, it saves the hassle – and CO2 emissions- of having to post out documents, wait for a client or customer to sign them, and then send them back. DocuSign is a great service for signing online documents.

At some stage though you are going to need a piece of paper. So, make sure you are purchasing locally and sustainably sourced, recycled paper.

Green Shipping Methods

Be sure to use a size-appropriate box when packaging your items. There is no sense using a box ten times the size of the item being shipped. Use packaging that is as compact as possible, reducing cost and wastage!

Instead of using bubble wrap or Styrofoam, which aren’t recyclable, opt for shredded paper to use as package fillers. This way you are putting office waste to use while omitting non-recyclable materials.

Reduce Commutes

Get your employees involved! Offer a few days working from home if you have returned to the office. This is a great way of having less cars on the roads, therefore, reducing CO2 emissions. Another great way to do this is to offer a ‘bike to work’ scheme, where employees can be reimbursed on any biking equipment they buy to cycle to work. Another good incentive is a carpool or travel card to encourage employees to use public transport getting to work.

Eco-Friendly Packaging

While on the topic of sustainable materials, another great way to be a greener business is opting for easily recycled packaging than plastic packaging. Swap out single use plastics for materials that breakdown more quickly. Using starch-based products, like biodegradable packing peanuts are a great option as they easily breakdown with just water.

Make your packaging an experience, it is a great way to build brand awareness while making it sustainable and memorable! The more functional, sturdy, or useful your packaging is the more likely your customers might find a future use for it.

Opt for recyclable and recycled materials, even Amazon have made all their packaging fully recyclable, they changed their adhesive tape to materials that can be 100% recycled.

Its great to see big brands like this make an effort to be more sustainable and hold themselves accountable for reducing their carbon footprint.

Recycle in the Office

When in the office its important that everyone does their part in making an effort to recycle. Having separate bins for paper, general and recyclable waste will prevent from all rubbish being thrown into the one bin. You don’t have to limit your recycling to just paper and plastic. You can offer recycling options for metal, certain food wastes or even electronic waste too! Having more options in your office will ensure that you are optimising your company’s recycling efforts.

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A Guide on How To Reduce Your Screen Time

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A Guide on How To Reduce Your Screen Time

In an ever-increasing digital world, it can be difficult to find some away from a screen. Its particularly hard if you work 9-5 Monday to Friday behind a screen, have long commutes where you need to pass the time, or have a crippling TikTok addiction. But in this digital age, it is important to take a step back and try reducing your screen time where you can.

Set Yourself Limits

A good way to set limits is to track and monitor how long you’re spending on your phone. Like everyone else, over the first lockdown I was spending nearly 8-10 hours a day on my phone, which is terrible! So, a good way to monitor and set limits is using the setting app on your smart phone. This allows you to see the amount of time you are on each app daily and you can then set limits of how long you can use the app. Once your times up, it will close the app. Now, you can always go into the settings app to request more time, so you need to have the will power to stay out!

Staying Active

The busier you are, they less time you are going to have to spend on your phone! Try fill your evenings with wholesome activities, whether that be going for a walk/run, meeting up with friends for a coffee or finally starting that new book that you bought months ago. You will feel a lot better mentally and physically if you make the most of your free time, instead of aimlessly scrolling through your phone for a few hours. Especially if you work an office job or one that requires a lot of work behind a screen, you won’t feel like you’ve gotten a break if you spend the whole evening on your phone too.

Establish Device Free Zones

It is too easy to walk about your home like a zombie on your phone, scrolling through social media, online shopping or reading articles. So, establish whereabouts in your house the device free zones will be. A few good ideas are the kitchen table, so everyone can have a conversation over dinner, the bathroom (I think we can all admit we’re guilty of doing this) and the bedroom. Not using your phone before bed is a particularly important one, the blue light that comes from our phone screen can affect the quality of our sleep. I don’t know the science behind it, but some articles recommend not using your phone for 30 minutes to an hour before getting some shut eye.

Try Reduce Notifications

Try make your phone less appealing so you won’t want to pick it up every 10 minutes. A good way of doing this is changing your phone to greyscale. If it isn’t visually stimulating with lots of colours, you won’t want to look at your phone. And a drastic way of reducing notifications is deleting your most used apps until you need to get a certain task done. That way if you do pick up your phone there is nothing to scroll through! There is a less dramatic option too, you can turn off push notifications for your less used apps, if you’re phone isn’t pinging with a notification you will not be tempted to check it. Another good tip is turning off any notifications for group chats, especially during work if the GC is going off every two seconds it can be very distracting and will only tempt you to check you phone! That way, you can spend your lunch hour getting caught up.

 

Let us know on our social media channels if you have any other tips or tricks to try reducing your screen time. We’d love to hear from you! Find us on Facebook, Instagram & LinkedIn.

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How To Land your Dream Job

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How To Land your Dream Job

It is a cut-throat world out there at the minute, competition for jobs has never been higher and a lot of companies are looking for extensive experience. Whether you’ve just graduated from university or are currently employed and looking for a change, here are some tips to help you land your dream job.

Manage your Expectations

As tempting as it might be to apply for high level jobs that come with an appealing salary. You should step back and assess whether you are really the best candidate for the job. Coming out of university there is no doubt that you’d have an extensive knowledge of marketing (or whatever your degree was in) and unless you completed a placement year, all your experience is theory based. And while you may have hundreds of wonderful and exciting ideas, that doesn’t make you the best person for the job. Having years of experience will get you the higher paid jobs, so starting off at entry level jobs is a great way to get your foot in the door.

This leads on to the age long question, how do you get experience if no-one will hire you?

Learn from your mistakes

It can be incredibly disheartening when you’ve put a lot of effort into application forms and interviews only to be unsuccessful in getting the job. But take every experience as something to learn from, as for feedback on areas you could improve in, then when you land your next interview you will be a lot more confident in what you need to say/do.

 

It can be tough competition out there, but if you can do everything you possibly can to try gain experience, further your education or add to your skill set, be patient and the job that is meant for you will not pass you. You just need to prove that you’re the best person for the role and you will be an invaluable asset to the team.

Happy job-hunting!

Gain as much experience as possible

If you’re just finished university it can be tough to compete with people who have been on the career ladder for a few years. You need to show that you can be an asset to the team you hope to join. That could be completing an internship, starting a blog to showcase your work or doing online courses. This can be tough though if you’re working full-time, but if you are good at managing your time, it is achievable.

Internships are a great way of learning and gaining experience as you are being mentored by an experienced worker in your chosen field. If you work full-time an internship might not be for you. If you hope to get into marketing a good way of gaining experience could be:

Starting a blog on topics you’re passionate about

Reaching out to small businesses and offering your services to run their social media channels

Complete online courses, a lot of the Further Education Colleges in the North offer free online courses that you can gain qualifications in, in a range of sectors. They range from marketing, accounting to web design.

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Roadtrip of County Down

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Roadtrip of County Down

Stroll around Castle Ward

Castle Ward is a 18th-century National Trust property located near the village of Strangford, most famously home to the famous Winterfell Castle movie set from Game of Thrones.

As well as the incredible medieval architecture, the gardens and grounds at Castle Ward are beautiful, there’s many trails you can follow through the gardens.

You can visit the castle and go on a Game of Thrones tour, seeing the medieval walls, castle tower gate, beautiful landscapes and never-ending views out across the lough. The tour brings you to see over 20 key Game of Thrones filming locations, including the Winterfell Castle, the tower window Bran Stark ‘fell’ from, the Winterfell Crypt and the courtyard where the Stark family greeted King Robert.

Hike the Mourne Mountains

The Mourne Mountains is the tallest mountain range in Northern Ireland. Slieve Donard is the highest, stretching to 850m tall. For beginners wanting to hike, there are many routes you can take through the peaks. If you’re looking for an easy hike with great views, you can park at Carrick Little and walk along the easy trail to Ben Crom and back. This 3 hour route takes you right through the middle of the mountains without having to exert yourself too much.

If you’re not familiar with the mountains, the hike up to Slieve Donard or Commedagh are the easiest to follow, with a marked path the entire route. The terrain is easy to walk on and you have less chance of getting lost.

For more advanced hikes, peaks like Bearnagh or Binnian are great if you like a challenge! The paths are a little more rough and harder to find your way. But with plenty of research on trails and a good group around you, you’ll have a great time!

 

Explore Tollymore Forest Park

Tollymore Forest Park is 630 hectares of forest at the foot of the Mourne mountains. It boasts panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and over to the sea. It’s the perfect spot to have a stroll along the river, have a picnic or get lost for hours in the trees! As well as being right beside the picturesque town of Newscastle, Tollymore has amazing facilities, with a coffee truck and camping sites available.

Soak up Nature at Strangford Lough

 Strangford Lough is a unique spot to visit at any time of the year with a wide variety of wildlife! There are many little islands just off the coast of the mainland that you can explore, some via road and some via boat.

If you go exploring down to the shore at low tide you can see the amazing diversity of life lurking within the rock pools.There are over 2,000 different types of marine creatures living within the Lough. This can be found all along the edge of the lough, but the best shorelines to explore are Ballyhenry Island and Kearney Village.

 

Go for a dip at Helen’s Bay

Located just outside of Belfast, Helen’s Bay is a stunning beach popular for cold water swimming and paddle boarding. The backdrop looks onto Crawfordsburn Country Park where there are many trails through the beautiful woodland. From Helen’s Bay you can walk for miles along the coast. In one direction you can go along to Bangor passing Smelt Mill Bay and Carnalea Beach Bay, then the other way take you to Hollywood via Grey Point Fort and Seapark Bay Beach.

 

We hope you get to enjoy a beautiful roadtrip around County Down! For more tips such as this, sign up to our newsletter to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

 

 

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Top Staycation Spots on the North Coast

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Top Staycation Spots on the North Coast

After such a tough year being stuck at home, we are all in desperate need of a holiday! With travel abroad still up in the air we are forced to look at staying a little closer to home – when you live in Northern Ireland that is definitely not a bad thing!

To help you plan your Northern Ireland Staycation, we have put together our top destinations in the North Coast – places for you to explore, relax and have a merry time!

Ballycastle

First up we have Ballycastle, on the north-eastern tip of the country. Not only does Ballycastle have beautiful coastal scenery, but it sits on the edge of the Glens of Antrim, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This little seaside town lies between 2 incredible sights, the first being Fair Head. This part of the coast is a 5 kilometre stretch of mountain cliff, whose rock face is formed into long vertical columns, somewhat like organ pipes. Being up to 100 metres high in places, Fair Head is thought to be one of the biggest expanses of climbable rock in Northwest Europe. For those not as brave (or mad), the walk along the cliff edge is absolutely stunning, taking in incredible views over Rathlin Island and right down the coast.

The other sight sitting just north of Ballycastle is Kinbane Castle. The castle stands on a narrow limestone headland projecting into the sea. Not much of the castle is still standing, but the landscape surrounding it is.

Once you’ve finished all your exploring, Ballycastle is unique for its independent shops lining the main street. From cafes to pizzerias, florists to clothing shops, be sure to check out the great mix of local businesses.

 

Bushmills

Bushmills is a little village just down the road from the Giant’s Causeway. It is known for its old, quaint shops and pubs, as well as being home to the famous Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery. If you’re looking for a cosy night with a glass of wine by the fire, the Bushmills Inn Hotel is the perfect spot. Or for a modern brasserie style dinner, the Tartine Distillers Arms offers a warm setting for great food, local ales & wine.

If you’re visiting the Giant’s Causeway, you can’t get much closer than staying in Bushmills. Aside from the main attraction, the walks along the cliffs past the Causeway are beautiful, stretching right around to Dunseverick Castle. This rocky path hosts views across the whole coast with some of the most breathtaking scenes in the north. On your way back to Bushmills there is a quirky little food truck called Mini Maegden. They serve incredible toasties and are a must try when you’re in the area!

 

Portstewart

Portstewart has always been a popular destination on the North Coast, walking along the promenade with your ice cream from Morellis in hand. If you look a little further than the main street, Portstewart is home to great spots to explore the coast and grab a bite to eat.

If you’re looking for a beautiful walk along the sea, the walk from the town center to Portstewart Strand is stunning. Starting with the dramatic cliff face and curling round to the serene sand dunes at the strand. When you’ve finished your walk, Harry’s Shack is a little wooden restaurant sitting right on the beach. It’s the perfect spot for an afternoon pint of dinner overlooking the sunset.

In recent years Portstewart has had some great businesses open its doors, particularly coffee shops. Guilt Trip is a quirky spot along the Promenade with its specialty being their incredible, freshly made donuts – with every flavour you could imagine! Or if you’re looking for somewhere just outside the town centre, Lost & Found are perched right on the sea. Enjoy their tasty coffee and treats sitting outside with a view of the ocean. No better spot to relax!

 

Here at Quest we hope you get to enjoy a beautiful staycation on the coast! For more tips such as this, sign up to our newsletter to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

 

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Top Tourist Attractions in Ireland

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Top Tourist Attractions in Ireland

Here are 6 of the top tourist attractions we recommend visiting if you’re travelling to Ireland in 2020.

 

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

St. Patrick’s Cathedral is Ireland’s largest church, and for a country with some large and spectacular churches, as you can imagine it’s quite the spectacle. It’s still very much an active cathedral, with several services taking place every week. It’s a place where history is alive and all are welcome. Try and catch one of their free guided tours that take place daily. There’s so much history to take in, it helps to have a knowledgeable guide.

Killarney National Park

If you enjoy nature, you’ll love Killarney National Park. The vast unspoiled landscape allows you to feel like you’re taking a step back in time. There are three lakes and acres of indigenous forest to explore. If you’re fortunate enough, you might spot a red deer or some of the breeds of wild birds that roam freely throughout the park.

 

Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher stretch for almost 5 miles and stand an impressive 700+ feet overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. I might be biased, but I think it’s one of the most impressive views the British Isles has to offer. On a clear day, you can see for miles out to sea and watch the colonies of seabirds going about their day.

 

The Guinness Storehouse

No list of the top tourist attractions in Ireland is complete without mentioning the national treasure – the Guinness Storehouse. If you ever wanted to know everything from how Guinness became the most famous drink in Ireland to how it’s made, a tour here will clue you up. The tour ends with a stop at the Gravity Bar on the top floor. Here, as you can probably guess, they serve Guinness. The first pint is on the house, most people will tell you that’s reason enough to visit.

 

Giant’s Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway was created by a volcanic eruption around 60 million years ago and provides one of the most interesting landscapes Ireland has to offer. After the eruption settled, tens of thousands of hexagonal columns were formed. It sounds simple, but it’s hard to describe in words or even show its true majestic form in images. It’s something to see in person to fully appreciate. More than 1 million people visit the Giant’s Causeway every year, making it one of Ireland’s most popular tourist destinations.

 

Trinity College

Visiting a college might not be top of your list of priorities when visiting a new country, but Trinity College isn’t your usual college. Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1952, Trinity is the oldest university in Ireland. Some of the most influential and famous people who studied at trinity include; Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, Mary Robinson, and Joe Duffy to name a few. Taking a walk around the college gives you the opportunity to see and experience what so many of these famous people did. There are also some interesting treasures to find.

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Stunning Walks For All Abilities | Northern Ireland

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Stunning Walks For All Abilities | Northern Ireland

Belfast Castle Estate

Belfasts iconic castle has beautiful grounds with walking routes to suit all abilities. Chose to walk the castle grounds, forest park or summit cave hill and snap the breathtaking views overlooking Belfast.

 

Divis Mountain

The Divis Mountain has arguably a collection the best views of Belfast and surrounding areas. Views of Lough Neagh, Belfast and Cave Hill. A gravel path allows for a wide range of abilities with more experienced wakers also being able to leave the path for more adventurous hikes. Plenty of wildlife and history with information points scattered across the walking trails.

Ligoniel Dams

Explore the historic mill dams located on the edge of Belfast. Lots of wildlife on display and a fantastic fishing community. The paths are very well maintained with frequent litter picks and locals helping to cut away any overgrown hedges. Another great location for all abilities to discover the great outdoors.

 

Lagan Tow Path

Beautiful and peaceful walk along the river. Flat paths make this the ideal place for those not looking to summit mountains. The path features open spaces and woodland shelter to provide a range of experiences throughout the path.

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Best places to live in Northern Ireland

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Best places to live in Northern Ireland

You can either opt to immerse yourself in the daily bustle and lively nightlife of a busy city like Belfast. Or, retreat to remote locations with the kind of views you’d expect to see on a postcard. Not many countries offer this kind of diversity within such a short distance. To help you decide where to move, here are some of the best places to live in Northern Ireland. Each oozing in charm and with its own benefits to rival anywhere in the world.

 

Holywood, Co Down

Just 15 minutes from the centre of Belfast, Holywood is a seaside town offering a wide range of activities, beaches, shopping, and more. Named as the best place to live in Northern Ireland by The Sunday Times in 2019, it’s no longer a secret that Holywood is the best place to live, work, and visit in Northern Ireland. You really do get the best of both worlds living in Holywood. You can enjoy the beach, browse boutiques, and stop at coffee shops on the weekends. While retreating to the suburbs in the week.

 

 

Belfast

Capital cities aren’t for everyone. They are often expensive, busy, and over-commercialised, but this isn’t the case with Belfast. Belfast has managed to stay true to its Irish roots. There are numerous landmarks and buildings that have been protected or restored, and the locals are passionate about the history of the city. You can still experience modern, world-class attractions too. There are two very different sides to Belfast, where the locals live, and the tourist hot spots.

 

Hillsborough, Co Down

If you’re looking for a location in Northern Ireland where you can live amongst historic landmarks, hike and explore across sweeping Irish countrysides, and retreat to your own little heaven – Hillsborough offers all of this and more. Hillsborough is famous for its walking tours, and its Castle and Fort. As a resident, you can explore the various lakes and forest areas, there are numerous places to eat and drink, and a close-knit community to take part in.

Portrush, Co Antrim

Portrush is another seaside spot that bridges that gap between being a fun place for tourists to visit, and a great place for residents to live. There’s a large student population as it’s easy to commute to the University of Ulster from Portrush. This accounts for the vibrant nightlife and busy amusements and arcades along the seafront at weekends. For locals, it’s a historic town rich in history with plenty of unspoiled scenery to enjoy and secluded areas to explore.

 

Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh

Enniskillen is a town in the civil parish in County Fermanagh. Famous for its lakes and waterways, it’s a location for anyone looking for somewhere quiet and picturesque to live. It’s frequently mentioned in lists of the best places to live in Northern Ireland, yet only has a population of around 61,000.

 

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5 Fun First Date Ideas in Belfast

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5 Fun First Date Ideas in Belfast

1. Lets Go Hydro

If your both up for a bit of craic (and can swim), then why not head down to Let’s Go Hydro’s inflatable water park. This is an ideal date for both adults and teenagers as you will be guaranteed a day of laughter. Let’s go Hydro features an XXL Tower slide, climbing walls, hurdles, floating trampolines, free falls and much more.

2. Ice Skating at Dundonald Ice Bowl

Get your skates on and take to the ice for one of the best dates you will ever go on. Will your date be one of those people who think they can skate, and are quickly mistaken when they fall on their face? Or will you fall in love when they show off their professional moves. Whatever it is, public sessions of ice skating at Dundonald Ice Bowl are available 7 days a week.

 

3. The Lost City Adventure Golf

Get a taste of adventure and take your date to play some mini golf. The Lost City Adventure Golf is perfect for a chill, fun and relaxed date. And why stop there, if you think it’s going well, why not treat them to some food and enjoy drinks and pizza at the amazing Tiki Bar. The Lost City Adventure is perfect for all ages and open 7 days a week.

 

 

4. Canoeing / Kayaking

For a calm and peaceful date, you can hire a canoe or a kayak for use at Shaw’s Bridge. This is a great date and is an amazing way to get to know each other without distractions.

Hire of boats include; buoyancy aids, paddles and all other required equipment. You will also have a chat with a member of staff who will share some tips, safety briefing and coaching if required before setting off.

 

5.  Odyssey Bowl

f you’ve got a competitive streak in you, why not go bowling? Odyssey Bowl is the best in the business and offers 20 luxury lanes for your entertainment. As well as bowling, The Odyssey offer, arcades, pool tables and a delicious food and drink menus. Odyssey Bowl have Glow Bowl from Wednesdays to Saturdays for a whole new bowling experience.

 

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