Pub Trail Map
The Duke of York
7-11 Commercial Court, Belfast
The Duke of York is a traditional Belfast bar crammed with original mirrors and memorabilia, boasting cold beer, great Guinness and the largest selection of Irish whiskeys in Ireland.
The Morning Star
17-19 Pottinger’s Entry, Belfast
A visit to the Morning Star bar and restaurant is a must for anyone wanting to see a living historical 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.
7-21 Bradbury Place, Belfast
Benedicts Bar attracts beer lovers, wine lovers, dance movers and cocktail shakers from all over the country every night to enjoy some of Ireland’s best live bands during the week and the finest of Belfasts DJs at the weekend.
38-42 Great Victoria Street, Belfast
Robinsons Bar is one of Belfast’s longest established bars and provides great choice for your night out. It is one of Belfast’s oldest and biggest bars and hosts five venues under one roof. Listen to live folk & traditional music, or if Karaoke is your thing, you’ll find it here every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The ultimate student haunt in the Queen’s Quarter, The Parlour Bar is renowned for fantastic entertainment and amazing wood fired oven pizzas. Not only will you be entertained, the reasonably priced food is a must with an excellent menu of the highest standard and accompanying drinks promotions.
The Deer's Head
1-3 Lower Garfield Street, Belfast
The Deer’s Head is Belfast city’s first ever brewpub with a fully functional on-site craft brewery, Bell’s Brewery. Steeped in history and tradition, walk around this iconic building to discover nods of history painted across its walls. Inside this saloon bar you’ll find Bell’s Brewery on full display, where you can observe the entire brewing process, up close and personal, from the comfort of your seat.