Gallery Cafe Bar
The Gallery Cafe Bar brings the industrial chic of New York’s meatpacking district to the streets of Belfast and can seat up to 150 people throughout its eclectic space. The Gallery, which is split across a ground floor (The Hall), mezzanine level (The View) & outside (The Terrace), is open all day, with late nights on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and offers a breakfast, lunch and bistro menu.
Award-winning Head Chef Conor O’Boyle has created a diverse menu, reflecting the cafe’s cosmopolitan theme which includes locally sourced and organic dishes.
The food offering is complemented by an extensive drinks menu, featuring organic coffee, teas & a selection of wines from JN Wines, one of Northern Irelands most successful wine merchants.
A bespoke cocktail menu featuring signature cocktails and boasting the best gins in Belfast, has been created by barman Neil MacDonald, three times nominated Pubs Of Ulster Bar Tender of the Year.
In a nod to the history of the area, the cafe is showcasing a range of artworks from established artists such as Colin Davidson, Brian Ballard, Neil Shawcross, William Conor, Terry Bradley, JB Vallely & Markey Robinson as well as up and coming local artists such as Francis McCrory, Hanna Johnson and John McMacken.
For years, the Dublin Road was a focal point for famous artist including William Conor, Paul Henry and Gerard Dillon.
The Gallery Cafe is also available for private bookings including corporate events, private parties, celebrations with an HD projector and screen available for presentations & screenings.