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Pats

Pats

Old world pub situated in a courtyard leading to the new Call centre development on the banks of the lagan. The main entrance takes you to an old-style pub, dark and cavernous with the smell of peat wafting from the open fire. You can sit either in the traditional area by the fire chomping down […]

Muldoons

Muldoons

Belfast’s second most Nautical Bar (hhharrrrrr). Unspoilt, good Guinness and well worth a look (again before some prick in thick-rimmed glasses (who thinks spending Daddies money on a bar indicates entrepreneurship) buys it, rips it apart and turns it into a “pre-club bar” (whatever the frig that is.). Second opinion: Another traditional pub (not a […]

Morrisons

Morrisons

Another pub that is etched in everyone’s memories, either for being allowed in and having a good time or getting turned away for the most ludicrous reasons. Near the Ulster hall and a short jaunt from Blackstaff square and Katy Daly’s. It has been done out recently and no longer looks like an old shop, […]

Monaco

Monaco

The Monaco bars are another pretty famous stomping ground in Belfast, the front bar is every bit the traditional Irish affair with high ceilings, and seating along the walls , if you take a swing around to the back bar (or the lounge) this is were the food is served, better lit and heaving a […]

McHughs

McHughs

One of three contenders for Belfast’s oldest pub. It’s utter rubbish of course as it only opened about 7 years ago. As a Botanic Inns bar, it has a “theme” this one is their take on the gastro-pub as the entire top half of the place is devoted to a restaurant. Of course “gastro” in […]