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Restaurants in County Down

The majestic Mountains of Mourne, the Ards Peninsula and almost-landlocked Strangford Lough dominate the ancient, atmospheric landscape of County Down, one of Ireland's great family destinations, with golden beaches, natural harbours and lots to see.

The lough and the 200-mile coastline from Bangor to Warrenpoint provide mussels, oysters and excellent fish for the local pubs and restaurants. County Down also takes in parts of Belfast, south of the Lagan river - so urban eateries also have their say.

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Grace Neill's - Donaghadee
The ancient beamed bar is the hub of the place, while a trapdoor leads from the high-ceilinged 'library' to a tunnel once used by smugglers bringing bounty from the nearby harbour
  
Restaurant 23 - Warrenpoint
Situated in the centre of the town (often dubbed the 'Gateway to the Mourne Mountains'); currently the 'hot ticket' in Warrenpoint, this swanky new arrival is the latest venture from Ray and Andrea McArdle
  
Fontana - Holywood
To find this discreet little restaurant, you need turn off Holywood's main drag, down a narrow lane, then up a flight of stairs. The kitchen deals in sunny Mediterranean dishes
  
Balloo House - Killinchy
A team from Belfast's hot spots including Cayenne and Ta Tu is making its mark on this sumptuous, ultra-relaxing country house set in lush grounds away from the hubbub of the city
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Annahilt Annalong Bangor
Crawfordsburn Donaghadee Dundrum
Hillsborough Holywood Killinchy
Kircubbin Newcastle Newtownards
Portaferry Portavogie Warrenpoint


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