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2/14 Little Donegal Street, Belfast, BT1 2JD, Co. Antrim
Titanic Pub & Kitchen nestled between the Belfast Telegraph & Central Library Just 300 yards from the new "MAC" centre on the edge of Cathederal Quarter.
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1 Hill Street, Belfast, BT1 2LA, Co. Antrim
Situated at the Potthouse building on the corner of Cathedral Quarter's Hill & Waring streets, 21 Social offers three floors of exquisite libations, delectable eats and carefully curated sounds.
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81 Chichester Street, Belfast, BT1 4JE, Co. Antrim
Victoria's was launched onto the Belfast Bar scene on 29th April 2011. An exciting Boutique Bar which adds a touch of glamour and romance to the heart of Belfast. Situated beside the multi million pound Victoria Square, Victoria's is not only a place
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119 May St, 1st Floor, St. George's Market, Belfast, BT1 4FG, Co. Antrim
St George's Market Bar & Grill have recognised an opportunity to offer a dining experience based on traditional cooking and menus, using the freshest local produce from individually selected suppliers. All their meat is sourced from Quality Assur
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4 Queens Arcade, Town Centre, Belfast, BT1 5FF, Co. Antrim
One of only a handful of bar/restaurants that has seen it through the hard times in Belfast, Queen's Café bar is almost an institution as city centre eating and drinking establishment.
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46 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7BA, Co. Antrim
You will find The Crown Liquor Saloon in Belfast within a short stroll of Europa Hotel, Grosvenor Road and Glengall Street - however, you won't find another like it.
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12 - 18 Bradbury Place, Belfast, BT7 1RS, Co. Antrim
The Lavery family bought the bar in 1918 from two brothers called Kinahan. Kinahan's was a spirit grocer's and a stage coach stop for the Belfast to Dublin coach and was renamed after the Lavery family soon after the purchase.
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