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Wines, spirits, ales and stout.
Neatly tucked away in historic Joy's Entry sits McCracken's Café Bar.
Robinsons is one of Belfast's longest established bars and houses 5 differing venues under 1 roof.
A funky student bar.
Situated on the Ormeau Road, the Parador is a bar with distinctive character.
The Belfast Empire is the heartbeat of Belfast’s live music scene.
The Filthy Quarter: Filthy McNastys, The Secret Garden, Filthy Chic and The Gypsy Lounge.
The Coach Inn has been an important stopping point for loacl customers.
Situated in the heart of Belfast's city and built in 1720 Kelly's Cellars is Belfast's oldest pub.
Historic and traditional Belfast bar.
A “traditional-meets-modern” award winning, welcoming and innovative pub in Ballymena.
If you enjoy a sociable drink and good music among friends then head for Macken's.
Katy's Bar is at the hub of Belfast's most exciting music venue. In 2012 along with the whole complex the always welcoming Katy's Bar enjoyed a simple, subtle refurb. This was followed by The Rock Garden, a brand new roof terrace.
Relax and enjoy a drink in the Saloon bar before tapping your feet in Fibber Magees - enjoy free folk and traditional music 7 nights a week. Enjoy a meal in the Bistro, Karaoke in the spotlight in BT1 or party in Roxy nightclub.
A funky student bar. Drink specials change all the time, but you'll always find wine, shooters and cocktails on offer.
A converted church in the heart of Belfast, boasting the city's most diverse offering of entertainment. Regular gigs include the Comedy Club, Blues Club and Supper Club.
The Filthy Quarter is host to Belfast's favourite venues; Filthy McNastys, The Secret Garden, Filthy Chic and The Gypsy Lounge.
Open 7 nights a week and free live entertainment daily.
The Coach Inn has been an important stopping point for local customers, and also those passing through Omagh.
In the heart of Belfast's city centre, this pub has maintained the friendly atmosphere of over 250 years ago. With a long tradition of quality beer and fine food, Kelly's Cellars offers all customers a chance to enjoy the perfect pint of Guinness.
Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome of craic, music and humour.
A “traditional-meets-modern” award winning and innovative pub in the centre of Ballymena, which offers a friendly welcome and has established itself as a popular drinks and entertainment venue with celebrities, locals and visitors of all ages.
A traditional cosy pub, good music, good craic, everyone welcome!
Due to the COVID-19 virus, many Saint Patrick’s day events and celebrations are cancelled for 2020. Please ensure you check with event organisers before travelling. However there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the Saint Patrick’s Day bank
When it comes to whetting your whistle, sometimes it’s good to go off grid and away from the bright lights and hotspots. Sshhh, here are some of Northern Ireland’s finest ‘hidden’ watering holes.
There’s music in the air here. It’s what makes the city special. £15 per person individual rate. Belfast, County Antrim. Fully guided tour.
There’s a real cocktail revolution taking place in Northern Ireland. With a new generation of mixologists and a massive movement in locally produced spirits, this is the best time to check out our charismatic cocktail bars.
With an eclectic and ever-evolving array of artists, music fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to Northern Ireland's live music scene. Whether you're sitting back to some blues, rocking out in a bar or singing along with the crowd, you're sure
Northern Ireland’s nightclubs are legendary. Whether it's dancing to a guest DJ, sitting back in a VIP booth, or getting to know the locals outdoors, there is no way you can skip this unmissable aspect of nightlife culture.
Craic, atmosphere, bustling bars and contemporary restaurants - Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter has all the ingredients for a great night out. But it’s not all about modern culture, it's also steeped in history.
Northern Ireland has some wonderful dog-friendly restaurants, pubs and bars. We know pets are part of the family, so we've got a list of the bars and eateries that will welcome your furry friend just as warmly as you.
After becoming the first UK City of Culture, Derry~Londonderry was thrown into the spotlight as a place for diverse cultural experience. Now regarded as the Halloween party capital of the world, this vibrant destination offers a matchless setting
Once you’ve covered the big tickets, rove out a bit and you’ll discover there’s an enormous assortment of surprises to be found in and around Belfast.
When the weather is good, Northern Ireland's natives love a beer garden. here are some of the best places to enjoy a drink 'al fresco'.
Northern Ireland - Embrace a Giant Spirit Here are some of our giant experiences in Belfast for you to try. From battleships and iconic libraries to music trails and an exciting foodie scene, this electric city has it all for your short break.