Bushmills is a heaven for whiskey buffs and on the Causeway Coast is generally one of the major tourist magnets. Full of trinket and food shops, if you're looking for a decent place to eat at reasonable price and a relaxing atmosphere then I'd recommend the Distillers Arms.
Good quality food, including some use of local produce (Irish Lamb Shank, Bushmills) and an attractively priced wine list makes for a good evening. A good level of service and a calm environment that makes you feel welcome without having to rush through the courses and turn around the tables for the next booking. It isn't fine dining and nor should it be; attention to detail holds it back but if you're in the area and want something more than fast food or a chippy then this is worth the trip.
Some pictures below but the album is public in case you want to see more.
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