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Named after one of Robert Burns' famous poems, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Sweet Afton with delicious food, craft beers or cocktails.

Taking its name from one of Robert Burns' famous poems, Sweet Afton presents all the best parts of a traditional pub experience, including delicious food, craft beers and cocktails, all within a mellow, warm and welcoming environment.

Sweet Afton Belfast is located in the historic Linen Quarter, beside sister bars The Perch, Rita's and Tutti Frutti.

Its a bar and restaurant combined like no other in Belfast, with the theme of Burns' poem running through the interior décor with rich colours and dark wooden features covered by written poetry.

The venue features a beautiful large centred bar surrounded by high and low raised seating areas, and boasts numerous televisions and screens in highly visible areas around the bar. From football and rugby, to golf and GAA, Sweet Afton seeks to screen sport for all enthusiasts; details of what is being shown can be found on the social media channels throughout the week. Live musical entertainment is a regular fixture from Thursday to Sunday, including bluegrass, fiddle and banjo, and acoustic two-pieces.

The bar has a robust drinks offering, including Happy Hour from 4 to 8pm, Sunday to Thursday, and a regular rotation of monthly drinks offers, including beers, wines and cocktails at reduced prices.

Food includes dinner, lunch, weekend brunch, Sunday roasts and bar snacks. Guests can also enjoy specials on a daily basis. Details of daily specials can be found on the Sweet Afton social media channels.
  • 12 Brunswick Street
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT2 7GE
Sweet Afton Bar and Kitchen
  • 12 Brunswick Street
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT2 7GE

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Live music Thursday-Sunday
  • Food served 7 days a week, with daily specials
  • All major sporting events shown on big screens throughout the bar
  • Happy Hour 4-8pm, Sunday-Thursday
  • Drinks of the Month Offers, including wine, beer, gin and cocktails
  • Happy Hour at Sweet Afton

    Enjoy Happy Hour offers at Sweet Afton, 4 to 8pm Sunday to Thursday

     

    £3.50 pints*

    £5 gin and tonic**

    £5 glass of prosecco

    £4.50 glass of wine

     

    *Including Guinness, Harp, Hop House, Smithwicks Red, Carlsberg

    **Tanqueray

  • Sweet Afton Monthly Offers

    Cocktail of the month £7

    Beer of the month £3

    Wine of the month £4.50

     

    Above offers are available every day, all day long. Full details of monthly offers can be found on the Sweet Afton social media channels.

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