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The Dirty Duck

Kinnegar Road, Holywood, County Down, BT189JN
The exterior of the Dirty Duck


The Dirty Duck situated looking over Belfast Lough, known for their delicious food and cold pints is a great spot to meet with friends and have great times while embracing the beautiful view. 

During the winter months, cozy up with the warm fire and embrace the friendly atmoshphere while enjoying great home comfort food, and  at the weekends come enjoy some live music from talented musicians from across Northern Ireland and embrace a great nights craic with company from the Locals. 

Why not fully immerse yourself  in that view of Belfast Lough, by sitting in the quack shack beer garden, where you can order food and drinks to your table outside, feeling the fresh air, looking on to the lough and hearing the water whilst having great times with friends. Does sound good!

Settle in to either the beer garden or the cosy downstairs bar with some cold pints, good home cooked food and unbeatable company in the perfect place to unwind on any evening.

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