4 Vicars Restaurant and Tea Room is situated in beautiful surroundings in Armagh, adjacent to the ancient Cathedral on Vicars Hill. This area is steeped in history and there are lots of attractions to visit before or after Lunch or Morning Coffee at 4 Vicars, including the Museum at No. 5 and the Armagh Public Library as well as the Cathedral itself. The restaurant consists of 3 intimate dining rooms all housed within a beautiful converted Georgian listed building. We also have a beautiful garden terrace overlooking Navan Fort which can be used, weather permitting.
4 Vicars aims to provide customers with the best dining experience possible, begining with the ingredients. Armagh is surrounded with lush green grass and fertile land. We are blessed with perfect growing and grazing conditions and therefore produce some of the best fruit, vegetables and livestock in Europe. At 4 Vicars we believe in sourcing the best local produce, cooking them simply and serving the true taste of Armagh. You can see this from our suppliers who are all local, talented and passionate people, making it much easier for us to give you the best that Armagh and 4 Vicars can offer.
The day at 4 Vicars begins with homemade scones, muffins, pastries and daily changing homemade treats all served with lovely fresh coffees and teas supplied to us locally by Koffy in Newry and Suki Tea in Belfast.
Lunch at 4 Vicars begins at 12 and serves a balanced menu of light and healthy dishes as well as some hearty filling ones all from locally sourced ingredients and all made freshly.
After lunch, from 3pm onwards, 4 Vicars will be the perfect place for an afternoon coffee or tea a nice slice of cake and a chat with a friend or colleague or an informal business meeting.
4 Vicars is open for dinner on Friday and Saturday from 6pm we will showcase the best of Armagh food and aim to be the perfect place for a romantic meal for two, a family catch up, a business supper or any other occasion.