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Art Restaurant

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Art Restaurant

Why Art? this is a question we are asked frequently. What does the name stand for? We are quite simply all about ART and its provenance, promoting all the art our province has to offer. We personally feel we have so much talent in and around Bangor that we believe it is quite literally worth singing and dancing about.

We display and sell (commission free) local artwork in our restaurant, we only play local musicians music through our sound system, or live in our restaurant. We are even happy to take bookings on their behalf. And, arguably most importantly in a restaurant, the ingredients making the art on your plate comes from no further than 20 miles away, if grown in northern Ireland that is. If we can make it in our kitchen we do and we even sell our own range of sauces and preserves, as well as our own brand coffee too.

 

Our Address

50-52 High Street,
Bangor, Co. Down, BT20 5AZ

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Contact Us

Telephone: 02891 450452
Website: http://www.artbangor.co.uk/
Email: info@artbangor.co.uk
Facebook: /ArtRestaurantBangor

 
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