A Recipe for Recovery : Tourism and Hospitality
Free Webinar

Tuesday 17 November 10.00am to 11.30am
Michael Deane, DEANES Restaurants

This webinar is especially suited to the hospitality and tourism sector. Michael Deane will share how he adapted his businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic and will outline his plans for moving forward.  Michael is one of the most recognisable faces of Ireland’s hospitality industry.  As proprietor of seven diverse restaurants in Belfast, he shares the credit for transforming the city’s food culture.  Join this webinar for useful insights and suggestions on how to become resilient and get your business on the road to recovery.

Michael Deane is one of the most recognisable faces of Ireland’s hospitality industry. Proprietor of seven restaurants in Belfast including the Michelin Starred Deanes EIPIC, he shares credit for transforming the city’s food culture and holds the record for the longest-lived of Northern Ireland’s Michelin Stars with a total of nineteen stars to date.

2020 marks twenty-three years of Deanes Restaurants in Belfast.  Prior to this, Michael owned Deanes on The Square in Helen’s Bay where he gained his first Michelin Star.

Over the years Michael himself and Deanes Restaurants have achieved a string of accolades including Restaurant of the Year on several different occasions, including in 2016 when Deanes EIPIC was named Restaurant of The Year in Ireland and Michael was hailed Entrepreneur of The Year in Ireland.

He is also well known for his contributions to local charities including The Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children, The Chest Heart & Stroke Association and The Princes Trust in which he mentored scores of young people carving out a better life for themselves.

Michael puts his consistent success down to a winning team, who under the watchful eye of Michael Deane, take responsibility for providing the best local food.

This event has already taken place. Please visit Mid Ulster District Council website to view a recording of the session.

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