Pubs and Bars in Northern Ireland
Whether you’re after a quiet pint in a traditional pub, giggles over girlie cocktails or a hedonistic night of hardcore dance, Belfast’s nightlife scene has the lot (Club entry prices can range from free to around £10 depending on day and time).
The Cathedral Quarter, around City Hall, Golden Mile (Gt. Victoria St, Botanic Ave and Bradbury Place) and around Queen’s University are the main social hubs. A few authentic traditional Irish bars can also be found in the Docks area and just west of the city centre To help you navigate your way around the city’s bars strewn streets, check out this chapter’s handy sections.
Located in Northern Ireland's Cathedral Quarter, The John Hewitt first opened its doors in December 1999. The bar is unique in its ownership as it is owned by The Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre.
Robinsons Bar is one of Belfast's longest established bars and provides great choice for your night out with 4 venues under one roof – Saloon , Bistro, Fibbers, Bt1 and Pool Loft (Pool Hall). Established since 1895, Robinsons Saloon is a bar that will charm you with character.