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Weekending in Belfast soon. Any top tips greatly appreciated!
Quick run round the bog side with a union flag in your hand should raise the adrenalin levels.
A couple of discreet bars in the New Lodge. If you do visit, tell them that I'm sorry about the baton round and everything.
And ask them if they return it or sign for it as the QM is still going on about kit going diffy!
Funny - I'm sure he said Belfast. Have they moved it?
Botanique Garden up by the uni is handy if you're into scruffy students
If you want to go just out of town try the Bally Mac
New Forge if you fancy a crack at a police chick
but for normal good night out you can't beat the Crown or Beaten Docket
Mind you that's all 20 years ago in my long hair days
Belfast is really good mate and we now have some great spots
Cafe Vaudeville, Cloth Ear, The Apartment,
You should also go and try a pint in the Crown Bar which is good craic
Deanes / 10 Square / Zen
If you want lovely food try James St South rather upmarket I only ever use my corporate card in there for business guest's. Couldn't pay for it myself
There is also a fantastic Teppanki Bar near the Waterfront on the banks of the Lagan.
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I would go to Benedicts always packed on a weekend
This is my list of where to go. Im English-accented and lived in Belfast and never had any trouble. These are the places I would recommend and are trouble free in my experience..
Whites Tavern . Gleaming Bar. Oldest in Belfast. Real character and used by all sides of the fence.
Irene and Nans
You could go to the Oddessy Arena,The's a few good bars in there,The Belfast Giants Ice Hockey team & a cracking Chinese Resturant,The Red Panda.
Another good bar is The Errigle bar on the Upper Ormaea, Been in there loads of times with no hassle,The is a TA Camp about 1/2 mile away on Sunnyside Street where I dump my car if I'm going to Belfast on a session.
Cheers Fellas. I'm really looking forward to it now.
Try taking a trip out of town down the A2 towards Bangor, stop off in Holywood & see if the Railway Inn & the SeaHorse are still going strong. If you get as far as Bangor, see if the Coachmans is still there on the seafront - used to be good for Grab a Grannys on Wed & Sat nights.....
the coach in Banbridge
if you dont pull there
avoid it..... most things close around 1am for some reason.
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