Cathedral Quarter 


Craic, atmosphere, bustling bars and contemporary restaurants - Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter has all the ingredients for a great night out. Named after the cathedral, the oldest part of the city has evolved from Belfast’s old trade and warehousing district to a bustling area with an impressive culture and arts scene.

Food & Drink & Entertainment

Hadski’s - This eclectic little dining room with a great kitchen counter is nestled between Hill Street and Donegall Street - you can taste an ever-changing menu of daily specials alongside some classic European dishes.


2Taps - Nestled in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter facing the magnificent Merchant Hotel, this little gem offers al fresco dining serving traditional Spanish tapas and fine wine. 


Coppi - Right in the heart of Belfast’s buzzing Cathedral Quarter, Coppi is Belfast’s first cichetti bacari/restaurant inspired by those found in Venice and named after cycling legend Angelo Fausto Coppi.


House of Zen - House Of Zen is an exciting venture which combines dark and moody elegant décor with a Chinese menu never before seen in Belfast.


4th Wall - This sleek, modern restaurant offering modern-Irish style of cuisine takes its name from the theatre term referring to the invisible wall separating actors from their audience and as it's right opposite the MAC arts venue in beautiful St Anne’s Square, the name is apt.


Duke of York - Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome of craic, music and humour.  


Bert’s Jazz Bar - Belfast’s and Northern Ireland's first authentic Jazz Bar offering live Jazz seven nights a week - located within the elegant Merchant Hotel, Bert's offers great live entertainment and mouth-watering food.  


The Dirty Onion - Belfast's oldest building, dating back to 1780 offers a modern take on a traditional Irish pub,  delivering a varied music programme seven nights a week.  


The John Hewitt - Named after the famous late poet and in the bustling Cathedral Quarter area this tradtional pub is perfect for the after-work drink and offers a great selection of craft drinks as well as live music. 
 

 

Titanic Quarter 

The Titanic Quarter is big, bold and beautiful, like a certain ship that once sailed out of here. 

Food & Drink & Entertainment

Titanic Belfast - Recreate some Titanic elegance by taking afternoon tea in the Titanic Suite, complete with the backdrop of the stunning replica staircase and fab views. Spoil yourself with five-star service and a delicious selection of classic scones and Cornish clotted cream, finger sandwiches, exquisite éclairs, tasty savouries and tea. 


Cast & Crew - Located in the heart of Titanic Quarter opposite Titanic House and the former H&W Headquarters Building, Cast & Crew, offers Great Food Everyday, dine-in or takeaway.


The Dock Café -There’s no price list at the cosy Dock Café. Instead, there’s an honesty box and customers choose what to pay. 


Thyme Restaurant, at Premier Inn - Open to the public, the hotel’s Thyme restaurant serves a full range of food, snacks and refreshments.


PRONI - Open weekdays and Thursday evenings, PRONI cafe provides cooked breakfasts, hot and cold food, pastries and refreshments.


Tedford’s - Tedford’s restaurant bears the name of one of Belfast’s old chandlers, sail and tentmaker firms and is housed in its former premises. It now overlooks the River Lagan but its frontage was once on the water’s edge. Steeped in the city’s rich maritime history, it’s the perfect place to enjoy some seafood and a night out in Titanic Quarter. 
 

Street food - Walking around Titanic Quarter will leave you hungry, so head for the Lagan Lookout where the street food vendors congregate – spot the Big Fish sculpture and you're there, and spot the quirky Wolf & Devour food truck and you’ll be laughing. Their al fresco lunches are legendary.

South13 urban sports park - If it’s urban, it’s here in this huge shipbuilding hanger turned sports and performance park. From BMX riding to skateboarding to free running, breakdancing, urban art, energetic events and DJ sessions, South13 is the home of counter-culture in Belfast. Check out the various art exhibitions encouraging local talent and take a break from the action at the cafe and restaurant.

 

 

Queen's Quarter

Food & Drink & Entertainment

Cafe Conor - Located across the street from the Ulster Museum and just a short stroll from the Lyric Theatre, Cafe Conor serves a fabulous mix of modern cuisine and classic dishes. This landmark restaurant welcomes customers for breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner.


Café Bedeck - This contemporary café, situated beside the Bedeck store, is the perfect place to take some time out and relax.
Enjoy a great cup of coffee or one of the cafe's speciality teas over breakfast, freshly prepared wraps, sandwiches and soups for a light lunch or a delicious range of cakes and sweet treats for afternoon tea.


Molly's Yard - Located in the heart of Queen's Quarter, Molly's Yard restaurant serving modern Irish cuisine has a relaxed and familiar charm.


Sakura Sushi Japanese Restaurant - Sakura is the first and only authentic Sushi Bar in Belfast. Sakura specialises in the wonderful culinary art of sushi as well as offering a variety of fusion food. 


Wellie Bar & Grill - From family fares, romantic dinners, special occasions, business lunches to a hen’s night warm up - the Wellie Bar and Grill or ‘Wellie Boot’ to the locals is the place to be. It also offers the cosy lounge to the heated ‘Sitootery’ for al fresco dining to exceed all dining needs.

 

Deanes at Queens - A stunning contemporary addition to the traditional architecture of Belfast's university area, this stylish restaurant overlooks Methodist College. Local, simple, hearty food is prepared to perfection by Great British Menu Chef Chris Fearon and complemented by the large range of fine wines and beers on offer in the extensive bar, including Deanes own 1993 Beer, marking 20 years of Deanes Restaurants. 


Buskers - Buskers has earned itself a famous reputation for students who like the option of dining al fresco with delicious tapas and cocktails – or enjoying hearty food with a home-cooked feel. Buskers places a huge emphasis on music, with music icons painted on the walls and live bands & performers playing throughout the week. 

The Belfast Empire - A converted church in the heart of Belfast, boasting the city's most diverse offering of entertainment. The Empire Laughs Back Comedy Club has been providing Northern Ireland with laughter for over 20 years featuring headline acts from the UK and international comedy circuit, top supporting acts, and open spots from across the country. The doors open every Tuesday at 8pm with the show kicking off at 9pm.

 

Gaeltacht Quarter

Food & Drink & Entertainment

Loaf Café and Bakery - Situated directly across from the Royal Victoria Hospital on Belfast’s Grosvenor Road, Loaf Café and Bakery serves great coffee and freshly-made, delicious food.
Less than 15 minutes walk from the city centre, it’s the perfect ‘off the beaten track’ meeting spot for locals and tourists alike, providing veggie, gluten-free and kids’ menu options along with free Wifi and phone charging facilities.


Goodfellas Restaurant & Pizzeria - Popular family run business situated in the heart of West Belfast. Extensive menu includes choices of Italian, European, Mexican and vegetarian dishes, all reasonably priced. Relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff add to the enjoyment of a good meal.

The Sagart - The #SmallestBarInBelfast. Established in December 2016, the Sagart is tucked away in the recently developed Bank Square area of the city. They serve a great selection of draught & craft beer, handpicked wines, sumptuous cocktails and local spirits.

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