From Torr Head across to Dungloe, there are a multitude of terrific places to eat, drink and enjoy local hospitality.
The Scenic Lough Foyle Ferry connects a plethora of new (and long established) brewing establishments. Boghoppers Brewery awaits you in Muff, just turn left when you get off the ferry or travel to Rathmullan and enjoy a tour of Kinnegar Brewing.
Along the Causeway Coast the Old Bushmills Distillery is a long established favourite visit especially for the taste test and the Glens of Antrim Craft Ale & Beers in Ballycastle are making a name for themselves with products unfiltered and bottled on the farm using spring water.
Every picturesque town and village along the Wild Atlantic Way and the Causeway Coastal Route boasts delicious local food and excellent service. The Scenic Lough Foyle Ferry connects the award winning Harry’s Shack situated right on the beach in Portstewart and Kealy’s Seafood Bar in Greencastle, serving food as fresh and exciting as the daily tide.