Description

Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome, craic and music.

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.
Discover live music from Thursday - Sunday; traditional, acoustic and rock. In 1998, internationally-acclaimed Northern Irish band Snow Patrol played their first gig in the bar.
The extensive smoking area outside is festooned with award-winning flowers and plants.
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Commercial Court,
Belfast.
BT1 2NB

Top Reasons To Visit

  • The area outside is festooned with award-winning flowers
  • The murals at Commercial Court
  • Sample the extensive selection of Irish whiskeys
  • Traditional bar crammed with mirrors & memorabilia
  • Live music

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