Slap on that SPF, pack your sunglasses and swing by The Tipsy Bird's massive beer garden. It's a sight to behold on summery days, with punters taking over the tables to knock back cracking cocktails and refreshing beers while soaking up that all-important vitamin D.
Best Beer Gardens In Belfast
When the weather warms up, you know where we'll be - in a sun-soaked alfresco space. So that you can make the most of our city's outdoor drinking and dining spots, we've lined them up right here. From gorgeous bars with massive green spaces to rooftop spots and pubs offering street-side seating, here's our guide to the best beer gardens in Belfast.
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Looking for a top Belfast beer garden? You can count on Sunflower Public House for outdoor drinks. Along with wood-fired pizza and treats for your four-legged friends, this dog-friendly haunt touts a fabulous choice of Irish ciders or locally brewed craft beers.
Out of all the rooftop restaurants in Belfast, Tetto is one of the best. Taking the outdoor dining scene to new heights, this spot is home to sprawling city views and gorgeous decor. As for the menu? Get ready for sophisticated cocktails to enjoy alongside freshly made pizzas.
If sky-high drinks are what you're after, The Perch Rooftop Bar in Belfast city centre should be on your hit list. Think fruity cocktails, hoppy beers or freshly baked pizza in a converted Victorian warehouse - a space filled with foliage and comfy cushioned seating areas.
A popular place for outdoor drinks in Belfast, The Duke of York is a winner at all times of the year. Head inside the iconic pub during the colder months or mingle with Northern Ireland's finest with a pint in hand when the sun's shining.
One of the coolest beer gardens going, Town Square welcomes you with bottled ciders and beers, along with the likes of Magners, Rockshore, Hop House or Guinness on tap. If craft beer isn't your thing, go for alfresco brunching and live music.
A city centre beer garden complete with live sports, pints of Guinness and a tasty menu of steak? Lavery's has got everything you need. When you're not making the most of the outdoor space, head inside for a round of pool or comedy nights.
Filthy McNasty's is hiding one of the best beer gardens in Belfast city centre. Stripped back and layered in festoon lighting, the Dublin Road hangout is bringing you a secret terrace, craft cans, live tunes, pizza and more to enjoy while the sun beats down.
Not only does The Dirty Onion and Yardbird have live music, delicious rotisserie chicken and a great list of craft beers, but the city centre spot also has a heated beer garden for alfresco drinks all year round. During winter, you can even keep cosy by the open fire inside.