Babel Rooftop Bar and Garden
Located on the top floor of Bullitt Hotel, Babel is the perfect rooftop haven for all your alfresco needs. This trendy outdoor garden and terrace has it all; panoramic views, creative and classic cocktails, plus homemade sourdough pizzas from their seasonal pop-up kitchen, D’oh.
No booking is required for the rooftop bar, and you can now reserve a table inside for laid back beats and tasty food.
Belfast’s original rooftop bar can be found in the Linen Quarter. Sitting on the fifth floor of the historic Linenhouse Building, you can access it using an old service lift that emerges to a beautiful garden filled with bird cages and all things avian. Perch at the bar or take a seat outside, then choose from a delicious selection of gin serves and seasonal cocktails as well as fine wines and beers.
The upstairs level and roof terrace at The National brings this listed bank building back to its former glory. With plush furnishings it evokes the glamour of a Victorian gentlemen’s club, and the roof terrace overlooking the Cathedral Quarter is accessed by the original stone and wrought iron staircase. Drinks include innovative cocktails alongside premium spirits, beers and an impressive champagne list.
Bars with a View
Venture to this indoor bar on the top floor of the Grand Central Hotel for unforgettable views of Belfast and beyond. At 22 levels from the ground, The Observatory is the tallest bar in Ireland and makes for an extraordinary experience, with breathtaking views of the city centre, Titanic Quarter Belfast Lough, Cave Hill and more. Cocktails embrace experiential mixology and include a delightful range of bespoke drinks named after Belfast landmarks.
No booking required.
The Loft at Ten Square Hotel
This luxurious lounge on the seventh level of Ten Square Hotel offers beautiful views of Belfast City Hall from its French-style doors. Choose from a dazzling range of cocktails, fine wines and champagnes. Or book in for an indulgent afternoon tea with a view.