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Dog Friendly Food Tours Belfast

Dirty Onion, 3 Hill Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 2LA
Dog Friendly Food Tours Belfast

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Dog Friendly Food Tours are a new fun walking experience for dog owners. The tours take in dog friendly venues in Belfast.

The tours are designed to inform participants of what is going on in the area along with a little history, while enjoying the company of other dog owners. Each venue stop on the tour welcome dogs. The tour price includes food and beverage, a bespoke dog bandana and dog treats.

Venues (more information to follow)
The Dirty Onion is the meeting point for the tour where tour guests will enjoy a welcome tea/coffee and meet and greet with other tour participants. The tour will conclude at the Dirty Onion also, where guests will be treated to their signature chicken wings served up with a beer and whiskey pairing.

The tours allow a maximum of 10 dogs on tour for health and safety. Whether you are a local or on holiday with your dog, you will have a great time on tour, meeting new people and other dogs along with a variety of food, craft beers and refreshments.

(Please note there is only one dog per human on tour).

Meeting Point - The Dirty Onion, every Sunday @ 11:45

Check website for upcoming tour dates.

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Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Online Booking
  • Prior Booking Required

Guide Prices

£45 per person

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Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

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