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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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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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29-31 Queen's Square, Belfast, BT1 3FG, Co. Antrim
McHugh's bar dates back to 1711, making it the oldest surviving building in Belfast. Standing in the historical heart of the city, McHugh's has watched as Belfast flourished from a small settlement into a thriving industrial centre in the18th and 19t
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59-63 Botanic Avenue, Belfast, BT7 1JL, Co. Antrim
In the heart of Belfast's Boulevard society on Botanic Avenue, Madison's boasts dynamic yet unobtrusive contemporary European quality.
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38-40 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7BA, Co. Antrim
Established since 1895, Robinsons Saloon is a bar that will charm you with character.
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Off Talbot Street, 35 Hill Street, Belfast, BT1 2LB, Co. Antrim
Nick's Warehouse opened at the end of 1989 and immediately established a regular following among the business community as a favourite lunchtime venue with it's excellent food, attention to detail and efficient informed staff. Over the years Nick's h
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1 Victoria Square, Belfast, BT1 4QG, Co. Antrim
The Kitchen Bar is a vibrant bar in Belfast City Centre and one of the most historical pubs in Belfast. The original pub, dating back to 1859 was the favourite watering hole for the star performers of Belfast's famous music hall, The Empire.
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2-6 Donegall Square West, Belfast, BT1 6JA, Co. Antrim
In the heart of the city, this hip and extremely funky style bar has brought sophistication and class to the epicentre of Belfast. Specialising in coffee and cocktails from dawn to dusk and offering a tantalising all day menu, Apartment simply has so
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7-21 Bradbury Place, Belfast, BT7 1RQ, Co. Antrim
From Portavogie haddock to McAtamney beef, Benedicts Restaurant endevours to offer an eclectically modern restaurant menu whilst maintaining our commitment to use only the finest local produce.
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40-42 Botanic Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland (Queen's Quarter), Co. Antrim
Summer's here yet again, what with its attendant beer gardens, wasps and lashings & lashings of whatever cold, crisp liquid that's your weapon of choice. Long lazy days in the beer garden are in order and with tons going on; the Empire is the be
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23-27 Malone Rd, Belfast, BT9 6RU, Co. Antrim
Trading since 1867 The Botanic Inn, which is more affectionately known as 'The Bot', is the flagship outlet of The Horatio Group.
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2-14 Little Donegall Street, Belfast, BT1 2, Ireland
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12-16 Bradbury Place, Belfast, BT7 1, Ireland
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2-4 Elmwood Avenue, Belfast, BT9 6AY, Co. Antrim
The Parlour Bar has been a home away from home for students in Belfast for over ten years. We offer entertainment every night of the week, and are synonymous with good food and great drink promotions. Just across the road from Queen's University, we
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159 Stranmillis Road, Belfast, BT9 5AJ, Co. Antrim
Opened in 1999, Indie Spice Belfast is the eldest member of the Indie Spice family. Keeping up their reputation for relaxed dining in a pleasant and chic atmosphere, Indie Spice Belfast has all you would expect to find at any of their establishments.
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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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