24 Hours in Belfast // Titanic Quarter
January 24, 2017 Laura Caldwell 0 Comments
Belfast is growing at a rate of knots, and with so much to see and do, we thought we would give you the run-down of how to best spend your time in our wonderful city. So without further ado, here is PastieBap’s guide to 24 hours in Belfast’s up and coming Titanic Quarter.
Titanic by name, Titanic by nature, Belfast’s Titanic Quarter is one of the world’s largest urban-waterfront regeneration projects. Master-planned over 185 acres on the site where RMS Titanic was designed and built, Titanic Quarter is redefining what it means to work, live, play and stay in central Belfast. We can help you build your future among the inspiring legacy of Belfast’s maritime and industrial past.
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Cast & Crew
Start the day off right with a sumptuous breakfast at Cast & Crew on the Titanic Quarter’s Queen’s Road to fuel you up for the day ahead. From the same people who brought you the award-winning James Street South and Hadskis, Cast & Crew is located at the former First Trust banking building and offers a much more laid-back all-day brunch Monday – Friday from 8.30am – 5pm and 9am – 5pm at the weekends. Cooking with local ingredients and serving up both traditional and modern fayre, Cast & Crew is the perfect spot to wake yourself up with a coffee or two before exploring what Belfast has to offer.
1 Olympic Way
Belfast BT3 9EP
NI Science Park
Queens Rd, Queen’s Island
Belfast BT3 9DT
Run by volunteers, the Dock Cafe works on an honesty system, so there’s no price list, you just pay what you want. An ideal spot for a quiet lunch by the Lagan, you can enjoy freshly ground coffee, award-winning locally sourced Sukí tea and a bite to eat while uploading your Instagram-worthy Titanic Quarter pics to social media thanks to the free wi-fi on offer here too. Be sure to pop over to see the nearby SS Nomadic, the world’s last remaining White Star Vessel while you’re here.