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Voodoo is well established as a Belfast hotspot, adding a bit of spice for those who like things a little different.
Split into two bars, the intimate and relaxed bottom bar offers great food with a cajun twist and a fine selection of spirits, wines and beers, while upstairs provides the setting for a variety of live acts and DJs.
Voodoo aims to bring a different beat to the heart of Belfast City Centre. The building consists of the bottom bar and an upstairs club and venue. During the day, the bottom bar is a hive of shoppers, visitors and regulars seeking refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city. The new menu is a perfect blend of traditional and cajun style dishes at very affordable prices (Monday - Saturday, 12pm - 4pm).
At night, the bottom bar takes on a new feel with a very relaxed and moody atmosphere with regular DJs, open mic nights and singer song writers, adding to the ambience. Upstairs in Voodoo is the nightclub and venue where anything goes, from hip hop to drum and bass, hard rock to bluegrass, and even comedians and live theatre have graced the stage.
Top Reasons To Visit
- The Cajun lunch menu offers something a little bit different
- Local music is at the heart of Voodoo, come in and listen!
- Voodoo's famous Chilli Rum isn't for the faint hearted!