5 Top Belfast City Centre “Shopping” Bars
November 30, 2017 Chris Caldwell 0 Comments
If you like a bit of rock n roll between buying shampoo in boots and bra’s in Primark then this is your place. A wild west saloon meets a New Orleans Voodoo shop, this is an intimate bar where you can sit by the window and watch the world go by. They have a decent selection of beers and usually a few offers on both food and drink.
Located just down the side street of Tesco and across the road from the award winning Mourne Seafood restaurant, this is a great spot for some more traditional Norn Irish boozing. Expect low ceilings, Irish music and the best hot toddy in Belfast city centre! This Christmas they’re also boasting a Christmas tree made out of Jawbox gin bottles that has to be seen to be believed!
Based in the ever-expanding Cathedral Quarter, this is an ode to the original Harp Bar that was featured in the “Good Vibrations” film. The Harp bar has music on 7 nights week and the interior is very decadent indeed. There’s loads of room and the staff are always friendly, this is probably a good place to finish off for the day. Just don’t forget to take all your shopping bags with you when you leave!