One of the few spit and sawdust boozers left. Full of old blokes in dunchers watching the races. They even sell Buckfast by the glass. Unbeatable for the character. And unbeatable for characters.
Within stumbling distance of the McNichols and en-route to the kitchen, large food orientated pub, split level, is extremely dark inside and would make a good rock pub, if it didn’t have a bit of reputation. Not a bad boozer, worth the visit for the lunch
The oldest bar in Belfast, in the courtyard behind Monaco and within stumbling distance of Bridge Street, again a traditional looking bar but I think it lost some of its charms after being done out and then being burnt out. Still dark and cosy. Foods pretty good but of note is the hand-drawn Guinness, the […]
Large super pub on the site of the old northern Whig building, classy inside and large, has a fixation with food, the beer isn’t too bad, worth popping into seeing the statues liberated from the former USSR