Packed with locals, White's Tavern gives customers a cosy, homely feel as they sip on their pints in front of an open fire. White's also crowns itself as Belfast's oldest public house. Why don't you decide for yourself which bar has the most elbow-wear.
Adorned with numerous knick-knacks across four rooms and three floors, The Hudson is swiftly becoming one of the cities most popular new bars. One of Belfast's only craft beer bars, The Hudson even has its own brew for those hops enthusiast to salivate over.
Drink up at Berts Jazz Bar
Slip under the radar for a little late night jazz, curtesy of The Merchant Hotel. They own Berts Jazz Bar, and they've channeled art-deco into everything here; from the decor to the cocktail menu. They do have some really good jazz acts on every now and then - check out their entertainment schedule here. Alternative to the alternative: If you'd prefer something a little less glossy, The John Hewitt Bar serves up local ales, ciders and spirits, with a side of live music.
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Temporary Hours: Friday & Saturdays - Lunch: 12 until 3:30pm. Dinner: 5pm until 9pm. Precautions have been taken to help fight Covid-19.