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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.
Dirty Onion and Yardbird
The Dirty Onion is Belfast's oldest building, with real Irish music and craic seven nights a week.
Perch Rooftop Bar
Belfast's highest rooftop bar, The Perch is located in the historic Linen Quarter, beside sister bars Rita's, Sweet Afton and Chinawhite.
A stylish and traditional bar on Belfast's Lisburn Road, boasting live music, cocktails, sport and a gastropub menu.
Duke of York
Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome, craic and music.
Babel Rooftop Bar and Garden
Babel is a rooftop bar, garden and kitchen complete with panoramic city views across Belfast.
Crown Liquor Saloon
The most famous pub in Belfast. You won't find another place like it.
Basement Bar & Grill
The Basement has long been a mainstay of the Belfast food and drink scene, offering great food and live music.
Voodoo is well established as a Belfast hotspot, adding a bit of spice for those who like things a little different.
Bridge House, JD Wetherspoons
With some of the best value local food and drink in Belfast you can't afford to miss The Bridge House Wetherspoons.
Cave is a wine bar next door to Ox Restaurant, where you can indulge in light bites, charcuterie and world wines.
Visiting East Belfast? Then you have to dine or have a drink in the award-winning Horatio Todd's Bar and Restaurant.
A unique venue in the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter, you are guaranteed a very warm Belfast welcome at The John Hewitt.
One of Belfast's oldest traditional Irish pubs, Kelly's Cellars offers live traditional music, pints of Guinness and Irish stew.
The Cloth Ear is the five-star Merchant Hotel's cosy public bar in the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter.
Come down to Robinsons Bistro on the last Saturday of every month and indulge in a delicious dinner set to the sound of the Ireland String Quartet.
Serving great food in excellent surroundings.
The Chelsea is situated in the heart of the Lisburn Road, amongst the fine boutiques, art galleries and beauty salons of South Belfast.
The Fountain Tavern is a very traditional pub with Tudor design and has a warm and friendly atmosphere.
A traditional bar with an open fire and snug seating in Belfast city centre.
At the heart of Belfast, The Points creates a truly Irish experience that reflects the city’s culture and history.
Red-bricked and 'flat-iron' in shape, Bittles is a wonderful example of a traditional Victorian Bar.
Featuring the Secret Garden beer garden, live music, DJs, cocktails and open mic nights, Filthy McNastys is one of the biggest live entertainment venues in Belfast.
A converted church in the heart of Belfast, The Empire hosts regular gigs and comedians from the UK and international comedy circuit.
Serving fabulous food and drink, The Errigle Inn features five bars, roof gardens, a beer garden and live televised sporting games.