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Oozing rustic charm, ‘home’ to traditional and modern live music, and just five minutes’ walk from Belfast City Hall; Granny Annies is the perfect venue for your gastro dining experience. Menus include some of Granny’s favourites.

Due to the current outbreak of Coronvirus (COVID-19) Granny Annies is temporarily closed.

Granny Annies is one of the renowned venues in Belfast for live music seven days a week. Kicking off the weekend with a traditional band on a Friday at 12 noon and continuing throughout the weekend with traditional and modern music sessions.

The award-winning beer garden can accommodate up to 80 guests and is open throughout the year.

Granny Annies offers a range of seasonal, freshly prepared food, a comprehensive wine list, cocktails including classic and signature, a selection of locally distilled gins and lagers on tap, all within a unique, relaxed and quirky surrounding.  Discover the tantalising gastro menus, which features fresh local produce sourced throughout the island of Ireland.

Food is served all day from 12 noon onwards. Don’t miss Granny’s traditional roasts, live music and sports on a Sunday.  This venue has a very family friendly atmosphere.

Enjoy all the great sporting events on Sky and BT Sport, shown on 11 flat screens in the bar area. Coverage includes football matches, rugby union and league, GAA, golf, boxing, horse racing and NFL.

Book now for private or corporate events, birthday celebrations, stag and hen parties or any other occasion being celebrated.

Pull Your Own Pint of Guinness (Guinness t-shirt, photograph in front of the Guinness Gate, Guinness certificate, Piece of Irish Peat in a branded bag. £10.00 pp. Monday to Thursday 3pm - 6pm).

Every Friday from 12.15pm trad and live bands throughout the afternoon and evening.

Visit the website for live music sessions, menus and sporting events at www.grannyannies.co.uk.
  • 81 Chichester Street
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT1 4JE

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Fantastic live bands seven days a week
  • Delicious gastro pub menus from 8am to late
  • Top sporting events shown on 11 screens in the bar area
  • Outside beer garden, open throughout the year
  • Wonderful, friendly, accommodating staff

A Night of Irish Trad Music with Irish Dancing at Granny Annies – Cancelled

0.59KM
09 Jul - 24 Sep 2020

Join Granny Annies for an evening of lively traditional Irish music along with brilliant traditional Irish dancers!

Granny Annies
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