BelFeast, Belfast Food Festival, Northern Ireland

Updated On: November 07, 2023

BelFeast, Belfast Food Festival,

Food, Food and More Food at BelFeast

Belfast Food Festival know as BelFeast is a new three-day food and drink festival based in and around the Cathedral Quarter. Showcasing the best of Irish Food and Drink; delivered by the team behind the amazing Belfast Culture Night. So no wonder it was an excellent weekend. We tried artisan food, street food, went on food tours and listened to talks in streets and in local restaurants, cafes and bars. Belfast has amazing chefs so it was great to see local ingredients mixed into amazing meals across the city.

Food is something that everyone enjoys and that’s why this has become such a popular festival as people want to try different delicious foods. If anyone is coming to visit Belfast we highly recommend planning your trip around the festival. As this event is about showing every great thing that is related to the local food and drinks industry. Second, it’s held in one of the most famous historical destinations in Belfast that tourist love to check out. So it’s a win-win situation where you can enjoy food and check out the history of the place.

Unmissable Three-Day Event

Showcasing local restaurants, cafes, and bars is one of the things that this Belfast festival is created for. But there is so much more for you to experience. Such as the artisan food market, the street food village, the foodie tours, and the talks. This brilliant three-day event brought people to the city to enjoy Irish foods with a great atmosphere, and interesting talks. This year BelFeast food and drink festival was held around the Cathedral Quarter in Belfast from 23rd March to 25th March.

Have you ever been to BelFeast Festival in Belfast? Tried any of the amazing food? We would love to hear your experiences 🙂 if you didn’t get the chance to attend this year festival then you should definitely to be there next year.

Also, don’t forget to check out some of our other blogs post that might interest such as; Culture Night, Festival of Fools, Commerical Court, Belfast Spring Continental Markets, St Georges Market, Best restaurants in Belfast, Famous Irish Dishes, Belfast Cookery School.

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