The Morning Star bar and restaurant is a must for anyone wanting to see a living museum piece of old Belfast. The Morning Star is easily identified by the superb Victorian sign hanging from a grandly exuberant iron bracket jutting out from the corner of the bar.
Another great rarity is the Winged Lion of St Mark sitting proudly on the corner. The building is historically listed and can trace its history back to 1810, when it was mentioned in The Belfast Newsletter as being one of the terminals for the Belfast to Dublin Mail Coach. The downstairs bar has its original mahogany counter with its old terrazzo floor.
Fresh daily seafood menu available. Specialty steaks available up to 24oz. (largest). We cut to any size. Own in-house butcher producing home-made sausages.
Local and guest beers available plus weekly promotional beer prices.
Self-service buffet lunch, served daily from 12 - 4pm Monday to Saturday.
- Fresh daily seafood menu available.
- Speciality steaks available up to 24oz. (largest). We cut to any size.
- Own in-house butcher producing home-made sausages.
- Local and guest beers available plus weekly promotional beer prices.
- Self-service buffet lunch, served daily from 12-4pm Monday to Saturday.
Join The Morning Star in a carnivorous week-long event, showcasing the best of Irish beef produce, and the expertise of the master in-house butcher, all paired with local craft drinks.
Dates: 8-16 October, 12pm - 10pm.
To book, phone 028 9032 9310.
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This offer is part of Eat and Drink Belfast Restaurant Week. For more information, visit www.visitbelfast.com/restaurantweek.