Eating out is one of the great pleasures in life. It’s also one of the joys of travel. There’s nothing like a new city, new restaurants and new culinary experiences. For a city the size of Belfast the choice of places to eat is surprising. We offer everything from fine dining, brasseries and bistros to gastro pubs, cafes, coffee shops and some of the best fish & chips around. Have we whet your appetite? Good. Dig in!
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The smallest bar in Belfast, The Sagart is tucked away in Chapel Lane overlooking Bank Square.
The National and Sixty6
An intimate and unique setting with cocktail bar, nightclub and Belfast's biggest beer garden.
The ultimate student haunt in the Queen's Quarter, The Parlour Bar is renowned for fantastic entertainment and amazing wood fired oven pizzas.
Babel Rooftop Bar and Garden
Babel is a rooftop bar, garden and kitchen complete with panoramic city views across Belfast.
One of Belfast's most lavish cocktail dens, join Rita's talented bartenders and enjoy one of their many gins, a cocktail or light bite.
Enjoy amazing food and cocktails at Belfast's most stylish neo-classical bar, located in the city's Cathedral Quarter.
Established in 1870, The Garrick is one of the oldest pubs in Belfast. The Garrick offers
Rockies Sports Bar
If you're a sports fan, your trip to Belfast won't be complete without a visit to Northern Ireland's only Canadian sports bar.
An established watering hole on the Malone Road popular with locals and students alike.
Great party venue for stags/hens, office events and birthdays, offering golf, gaming and k
The Harp Bar, in the heart of the City's Cathedral Quarter, can be found in the former Hea
Lavery's Bar and Gin Palace
Lavery's is Belfast's oldest family-owned pub, at the heart of the city's social life for
Lavery’s Pool Room
On the top floor of Lavery's Bar is Northern Ireland's largest pool room, sporting 22 high
Sweet Afton Bar and Kitchen
Named after one of Robert Burns' famous poems, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Sweet Afton with delicious food, craft beers or cocktails.
BOOMBOX & The Maverick
Located on the corner of Union Street & Donegall Street in Belfast City Centre, BOOMBOX ni
Voodoo is well established as a Belfast hotspot, adding a bit of spice for those who like things a little different.
Basement Bar & Grill
The Basement has long been a mainstay of the Belfast food and drink scene, offering great food and live music.
One of Belfast's oldest and biggest bars, Robinsons hosts five venues under one roof.
A stylish and traditional bar on Belfast's Lisburn Road, boasting live music, cocktails, sport and a gastropub menu.
Revolucion De Cuba
This is Revolución de Cuba, the ultimate Cuban food, cocktail and fiesta experience.
The Chelsea is situated in the heart of the Lisburn Road, amongst the fine boutiques, art galleries and beauty salons of South Belfast.
If you're searching for a lively family-run bar in central Belfast, Morrisons is the perfect destination.
Sunflower Public House
A simple corner pub free of gimmicks or themes, and music is very much part of its life.
Situated beneath The Merchant Hotel, Ollie's is one of Belfast's most sophisticated nightclubs.
The Woodworkers is Belfast's new social bar and rotating tap room. They are proud to offer
Indulge in finger sandwiches, sweet treats and steaming pots of tea.
Food & Drink Events
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Tue, 30 Oct
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