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Madden’s

Madden’s

Maddens bar, found behind Castle Court shopping centre, is a Traditional Irish bar with some of the best Traditional Music to be found anywhere in the city. Nestled close to St. Mary’s and Bank Square, next time you want a ‘trad session’ why not call...
The Merchant Bar

The Merchant Bar

The Merchant Hotel in Belfast City is located in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter, surrounded by Belfast’s best bars and restaurants and close to the city’s shopping areas and transport links. From rare spirits to vintage Champagnes – not to mention a cocktail...
Bittles Bar

Bittles Bar

Bittles Bar is bar located near Victoria Square in central Belfast. It one of Belfast’s more curious pubs being ‘flat-iron’ in shape (see Flatiron Building in New York). It was built in 1868 and was originally called the Shakespeare, reflecting its...
The Duke of York

The Duke of York

Nestled along a narrow, cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, The Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome of craic, music and humour in contrast to the modern, fashionable establishments currently blowing into the surrounding streets. It was a pub for 200...
An Síbín

An Síbín

An Síbín may make you feel like you’ve returned to your Irish childhood, as behind the bar are shelves of classic Irish snacks and sweets—from containers of Clove Rock to boxes of Cornflakes. What’s more, shelves near the booths hold antique items such as clocks,...
McHugh’s Bar

McHugh’s Bar

McHugh’s Bar is ‘by far the oldest building to have survived in Belfast’… Built between 1710 and 1715’ Today the main bar at McHugh’s offers a homely feel with open fires and local music throughout the week. Around each corner of McHugh’s there is another...
Crown Liquor Saloon

Crown Liquor Saloon

Built in 1826, the Crown recalls a lavish baroque style that you don’t normally see in bars. It’s probably the most beautiful pub you’ll ever see. Try get here early and grab a snug – private areas that were created for people who preferred to drink...
Friend at Hand

Friend at Hand

The Friend at Hand is a unique whiskey off-licence combined with a mini-museum charting the whiskey distilling history of Belfast. Browse and buy from the biggest collection of Irish Whiskeys available anywhere and get exclusive access to our own brand 13yr old...
Bushmills Distillery

Bushmills Distillery

In 1608 The Old Bushmills Distillery received its license to distil “aqua vitae” from King James but the distillery itself wasn’t opened until 1784 and has changed hands over 5 times since. It is now owned by Jose Cuervo. The distillery is famous for...

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