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The Errigle Inn

Ormeau Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT7 2GE
Photo of the The Errigle Inn from outside.


The Errigle Inn, situated on the outskirts of Belfast city centre features five bars, roof gardens, a beer garden and live televised sporting games.  Built on the grass roots of tradition The Errigle Inn provides great music from local talent across Northern Ireland and has a great friendly and lively atmosphere, guaranteeing a great time no matter the occasion.  

The buzz of this crowd will have any sports fan feeling right at home. Enjoy the live sport and chat about the game with friends new and old, or relax in the beer garden. With traditional music sessions to liven any mood, whatever you choose, make sure you’ve a cold pint in hand, and you’ll feel just like a local.

Known for its fabulous food and drink The Errigle Inn, provides a great location for any occasion, whether that's a private function, a corporate event, a great meal or a fantastic night out. 

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