Bobbin Café operates from Belfast City Hall serving great coffee and delicious food from one of Northern Ireland’s most iconic buildings. The café provides training and work experience places for people with a learning disability or autism. All of the café’s profits go to its parent organisation NOW Group. Open from 9.30am until 4.30pm.

Guilt Trip

Guilt Trip is a multi-roaster coffee shop, so they continually rotate what they have in stock. They offer espresso based drinks, batch brew filter coffee and manual pour-over coffee. However, they only serve and sell GT exclusives and coffee beans which are limited exclusively to Guilt Trip, so you’re guaranteed the most awesome coffee experience!

Queens Café Bar

Enjoy delicious breakfasts and coffees from 9am, with everything from a traditional Ulster Fry to loaded pancake stacks, followed by a traditional lunch menu of all your favourite pub classics. Queens boasts an extensive range of wines, beers and cocktails available throughout the day.

Yellow Door Deli

The Yellow Door is all about food. Passion for food and the fantastic local produce in our part of the world is core to everything that is the Yellow Door. With three retail deli outlets across Belfast and Lisburn you’ll be spoilt for choice!

2 Royal Avenue

2 Royal Avenue is a cultural space with a little something for everyone. The coffee shop, which is open daily, serves a range of indulgences including Fairtrade hot drinks and delicious sweet treats prepared by local bakers. With plenty of space and comfortable seating, it’s the perfect place to meet up with people or simply take a breather from your busy day.

The Lamppost Café

The Lamppost Café is a family run café inspired by the life and work of CS Lewis. The café has two floors; downstairs is the lively teashop, with Narnia décor and a 1930’s vibe. Upstairs is the Writers Room, a reimagining of CS Lewis’ writers study. The Lamppost Café is also dog friendly, so bring along your pooch to enjoy lunch or breakfast in this homely and welcoming hidden gem.


Concerned with more than flavour, Starbucks strives to fill its menu with responsibly sourced coffee, cocoa and tea. Indulge in their range of hot and cold breakfast options, or treat yourself to a cake or bake. With a selection of full leaf teas on offer, you’re sure to find whatever you’re looking for on your next Starbucks visit.

The Pantry

Located in the Grand Atrium on the ground floor of Titanic Belfast, The Pantry provides a range of options for breakfast, lunch or an early dinner, as well as a special ​kid’s menu for the little ones in the family to enjoy. Guests can choose from a selection of hot drinks, bottled beers, wines and soft drinks to accompany their food.

Loaf Café and Bakery


Loaf Catering and Café is a social enterprise that produces ‘food with purpose’. They serve a range of delicious foods including their award-winning sausage rolls and other locally sourced, freshly prepared dishes as well as a selection of hot drinks and sweet treats. Through Loaf’s Café sites they provide training and work experience for people with learning disabilities and autism.

The Crafty Vintner Tasting Room

Open from 9am every morning, start your day with a delicious coffee and sweet treat to sit-in or takeaway. The Tasting Room is family friendly and the perfect place for a catch-up with friends and family throughout the week. Brunch is served Monday to Friday 12-3pm and Saturday & Sunday 10am-3pm.

Coffee House at Linen Hall Library

The licensed Coffee House is open for light refreshments from 9.30am Monday – Friday. It offers a range of specialty freshly roasted coffees, high quality sandwiches, soups, stew, salads, paninis, baked potatoes, and a range of puddings and pastries.

An Lon Dubh Coffee Shop

Operating from the Raidió Fáilte building, An Lon Dubh Coffee Shop boasts a welcoming, bilingual coffee shop. The coffee shop serves responsibly-sourced and locally-produced tea and coffee, home-made soup and sandwiches and other delicious treats. Vegetarian and vegan options also available.

Grand Café

The Grand Central Hotel houses the vibrant and contemporary Grand Café. This dazzling space, perfect for a long latte, bistro bite or simply a glass of Sauvignon has its own exclusive cosmpoiltan vibe, with an understated and laidback coolness that’s countered by its spirited Belfast charm.

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