Tyrone restaurants , hotels and guesthouses can be used by Americans for accommodation and sustenance while they find out about their national history. A number of US patriots - including several Presidents - have connections to the county of Tyrone. The largest county in Ulster is far more than a vast museum for avid historians. With so much countryside alongside the urban centres of Tyrone, there is plenty to do. Valleys and hills can be explored and admired by road and foot before you settle down to a meal at a Tyrone restaurant.
Restaurants in Tyrone can be found in towns and villages. Omagh, Cookstown, Castlederg, Dungannon and Strabane all have their share of fine dining establishments and casual style bistros. There are also restaurants found in more rural settings, with beautiful scenery and views to admire. A fertile county in terms of its soil, the chances are high that the ingredients in Tyrone restaurant dishes will be locally sourced and freshly produced. You can find all kinds of cuisine in Tyrone restaurants, from traditional Irish and contemporary European to ethnic and exotic fare. Tyrone restaurants may be quaint family run establishments, or they may be fine dining establishments with world class chefs and cuisine. You can find great baked goods and pastries in Tyrone cafes.