The Ulster Museum of Belfast has launched a new restaurant called Wynne & Pym.
The restaurant is named after both John Cumming Wynne, the architect of the original museum building, and Frances Pym, who designed the museum's Brutalist-style extension in 1972.
"New And Improved Opportunity To Savour The Best Of Local Produce"
National Museums NI chief operating officer Colin Catney commented, "We are delighted that we are able to offer our visitors a new and improved opportunity to savour the best of local produce in the unique setting of the Ulster Museum at Botanic Gardens."
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