Horatio Todd's is named after a very well known local pharmacist who ran a shop in the area. Inside the décor is traditional with a modern twist, with walls and shelves adorned in old pharmacy flyers and prescription bottles from the shop of the late Horatio himself. The bar offers a huge selection of premium beers, wines and spirits as well as an excellent cocktail list, while the restaurant serves sophisticated dishes made with locally sourced produce.
Horatio Todd's is situated in Ballyhackamore. It is a comfortable, welcoming local pub and restaurant providing quality drinks, food and entertainment.
The community of East Belfast where Horatio Todd's is located has an extremely diverse and interesting history. East Belfast was the birthplace of the famous author and scholar C.S Lewis who wrote the fabulous stories "The Chronicles of Narnia"; George Best, the world famous footballer; and the singer Van Morrison also came from the local area.
The staff at Horatio Todd's are friendly, professional and eager to get to know their customers.
The restaurant at Horatio Todd's serves sophisticated dishes made with locally sourced produce. They offer an exciting and delicious menu and there is plenty on offer to suit all tastes. They have won awards for their food and have been voted "Best Food Pub" in the Belfast Pub of the Year Awards.
Horatio Todd's has won several awards including "Best Style Bar" and is the perfect setting to enjoy a drink or two. The bar offers a huge selection of premium beers, wines and spirits as well as an excellent cocktail list. They often have feature cocktails on offer. These are changed regularly and have proved to be extremely popular.
Mid week entertainment at Horatio Todd's is relaxed with acoustic sessions while at the weekends the DJs take over with a mix of funk and lounge beats. Horatio Todd's love to entertain and are renowned for holding various parties and events throughout the year.
Directions to Horatio Todd's
Head out of Belfast City Centre on Victoria Street then over the bridge to Middlepath Street , then continue straight on to Newtownards Road and follow along to Upper Newtownards Road, no 406 (on left).