Serving fabulous food and drink, The Errigle Inn features five bars, roof gardens, a beer garden and live televised sporting games.

The Errigle Inn has a reputation for serving fabulous food and drink. Set on the outskirts of Belfast City Centre, The Errigle Inn provides an ideal location for any occasion such as a private function, corporate event, a great meal and a fantastic night out.
There are five bars, an off license, roof gardens and a beer garden.
The Errigle Inn takes great pride in the quality and range of their products, constantly reviewing and adding to their offering. Food and drinks menus are updated seasonally, with regular additions to their range of spirits, liqueurs, beers, ciders and selection of wines.

Live Sports Coverage

The Errigle offers the best televisions and sports coverage that Belfast has to offer, as a dedicated Rugby Venue and the official sponsor of Ulster Rugby Women's XV. The atmosphere on big match days is amazing, with five bars and over 26 high-definition screens showing GAA, horse racing and soccer to name a few.


The Errigle Inn has over twenty different beers on tap that include not only big names like Guinness, Heineken, Becks, Carlsberg and Coors, but also a variety of craft beers and a few great quality draughts which are a little harder to come by in Belfast, such as Blue Moon, Samuel Adams, Erdinger, Peroni and Asahi.
They also host guest draught from local breweries like Hilden and Whitewater. Whitewater supply Hopplehammer, Belfast Ale and Belfast Black, and at Christmas the Errigle exclusively served Sanity Claus on draught.
All of their draught beer is dispensed through the state of the art Lancer system which has a significant effect on the quality of the product. The Lancer system has a number of key benefits. It provides energy efficient cooling for draught beer, cold rooms and bottle coolers.
Glycol chills the beer from the keg to the tap and each product can be set at the recommended temperature, meaning Guinness can be served at the optimum 4.3 degrees and ice lagers and ciders can be dispensed at zero degrees.
During the summer months, they even drop the temperature so that you can enjoy a thirst quenching ice cold pint at their outside terrace on those hot sunny days.
Since the installation of this system, the Errigle have seen a substantial reduction in their energy usage. Over the years they have endeavoured to improve their green credentials, cardboard is compacted and baled for recycling, and all bottles and plastic and used oil are recycled.
Errigle Inn
312-320 Ormeau Road,

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Great service and staff
  • Real Irish pub
  • Music and entertainment venue
  • Five bars under one roof
  • Official Ulster Rugby supporters venue
  • Private Functions

    Two private function rooms are available and are an ideal venue for any occasion. A special birthday, anniversary, christening or wedding; the Errigle can provide you with relaxing surroundings and professional service, making that special experience a memorable one.

    There are projectors and screens available in both rooms that can be used to add to your event by creating your own slideshow for your guests.

    With full bar facilities in each room and a great selection of finger food and buffet menus, they can accommodate your every need. They can cater for up to 175 people in the Arbele Lounge and the elegant Marble can cater for up to 90. They also have a great roof garden with BBQ.

    The Errigle Inn has worked alongside various charities to create perfect fundraising events. They can arrange entertainment to suit your event, with a long list of contacts who will help to make your event something special.

    Private facilities are offered for corporate meetings and conferences. They offer free WiFi throughout the building and the rooms each have HD projectors available for your presentations.

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