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Lavery's Belfast

Laverys Gin Palace, Bradbury Place, Belfast, County Antrim, BT7 1RS
Lavery's Belfast


Lavery's is Belfast’s oldest family run bar and the centre of nightlife in the North of Ireland for over 90 years. With four very different venues under one roof, we promise something for everyone.

Lavery’s Public Bar has long been a favoured drinks emporium for more seasoned individuals, a place to meet, eat, drink, converse and have almighty craic with the punters and staff.

Lavery’s Back Bar and Beer Garden is home to the more musically and artistically minded. It’s Belfast’s bohemian bar and offers a unique blend of people, atmosphere and entertainment. There are various nights dedicated to numerous styles of music with free admission every night.

Mister Tom’s Lounge plays host to a selection of nightclubs throughout the week and by day at the weekend becomes a relaxed dining area with the option of live sport on our HD plasma screen TVs.

Lavery's Ballroom and Roof Terrace
Laverys Ballroom offers a new dimension in recreation and entertainment in Belfast. Complete with 18 pool tables, open air roof terrace/smoking area it combines the practicability of a classic billiards hall with the dynamic of a modern club facility ensuring maximum satisfaction for both cue and club enthusiasts.

We pride ourselves on the high standard of traditional Irish and contemporary food served. Extensive menus are available from 12:00-22:00 in Lavery's.
Major sporting events are shown on big screen plasma TVs with regular associated promotions.

Menu Type: Traditional Irish and Contemporary Food

Age Restriction: 18+

Child Friendly: Before 19:00 if accompanied by adult

Decor Style:
Each venue has its own style
Public: Traditional Victorian Style Bar
Back: Rustic
Mister Tom’s Lounge: Modern Alternative
Ballroom: Eclectic

Licensed and Type: Full Entertainment Licence

Number of Seats: Overall capacity 1,700

Tea Coffee Service: Yes

Private Dining Room: On request

Private Dinning Room Capacity: 180

Public car parking: On street

Lavery's Bar Belfast is accessible – for full details of their accessibility features, see Laverys | AccessAble

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Children & Infants

  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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Opening Times

* Monday - Thursday 16:00 – 00:30
Friday 12:00 – 01:00
Saturday 12:00 – 01:00
Sunday 13:00 – 00:00

Kitchen Hours
Monday - Saturday 16:00 – 22:00
Sunday 14:00 – 21:00


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