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Avoca Belfast is a blast of colour, taste and excitement, with great shopping and tasty take-out from the foodhall.

Avoca Belfast is beautiful Aladdin's cave of gifts, toys, home ware, Irish fragrances and soaps. Famous for its Irish, hand woven throws and scarves created on 300 year old handweaving looms in their Mill in Avoca village, County Wicklow, Avoca is Irish family-owned.
Favourites include the Anthology designer women's wear collection, as well as exciting homewares, children's, gifts and more.
There's an extensive food hall, jammed with great baking and tempting goodies and of course, a large and very popular Avoca Café to chill out in between all that shopping, featuring lots of favourites from the award-winning kitchens.
Avoca
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41 Arthur Street,
Belfast.
BT1 4GB

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Stylish Avoca Cafe
  • Tasty deli and foodhall
  • Great shopping, from designer clothing to homewares
  • Gorgeous gifts

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