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11A Fountain Street, Belfast, BT1 5EA, Co. Antrim
Opened in 2011, Voodoo is an exciting new addition to Belfast's nightlife and music scene. Split over two floors, the downstairs houses our intimate and relaxed bottom bar. While upstairs is our club and music venue where anything goes, from hiphop t
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Belfast international airport departures, Belfast, Co. Antrim
An informal bar in the departure lounge perfect for watching the footie or just relaxing with friends over a pint.
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St Anne's Square, 20 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD, Co. Antrim
Q Bar & Grill is the modern European restaurant at the Ramada Encore in Belfast's new cultural centre, Cathedral Quarter. Its central location - walking distance from the city centre - means it makes an ideal stop off after a day in the city or a
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29 Chichester Street, Belfast, BT1 4JB, Co. Antrim
It has been said that the famous 18th-century Shakespearean actor David Garrick - who coincidentally was involved in the wine trade before he succumbed to the lure of the stage - once visited this bar for a drink, but that seems a highly unlikely not
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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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2-4 Winecellar Entry, Belfast, BT1 1QN, Co. Antrim
Whites Tavern has two very different venues under the one roof. Downstairs, the belfast traditional pub, playing traditional Irish music in an old fashioned setting (open fire, vintage wooden floors, etc..)
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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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