Housed in the restored 19th century stables of College Green House, Molly's Yard first opened it's doors in December 2005 and just 3 months later won it's first award as 'Best Newcomer Ulster' from the Restaurant Association of Ireland. An enclosed and cosy courtyard outside offers a fantastic spot in the summer months to sit and enjoy the sun in peace just yards from the bustle of the city. Diners have the choice between a laid-back downstairs bistro or the rustically elegant upstairs restaurant. An Irish inspired menu awaits you featuring local produce such as beef, sea bream and venison. Molly's Yard is the site of Belfast's first (and Ireland's smallest) micro-brewery, and an interesting drinks list featuring such tipples as Belfast Blonde, Molly's Chocolate Stout and Headless Dog is a key attraction here.