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McCrackens Cafe Bar

4 Joy's Entry, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 4DR
McCrackens Cafe Bar

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Neatly tucked away in historic Joy's Entry sits McCracken's Café Bar. The entry, which runs between High Street and Anne Street is named after Henry Joy McCracken an 18th century political reformer and United Irishman who, it is said, walked to the gallows from the Old Belfast Jailhouse.

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* 11.30 - Late

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