Irish folk music, roaring fireplaces and pints of Guinness are all on the menu at these traditional boozers. Keep calm and stay cosy this winter with our pick of the best classic pubs in Belfast.
Best Things To Do This Winter In Belfast
Home to some of the best quirky bars, cosy pubs and seasonal events in Northern Ireland, Belfast city centre is a gorgeous place all year round. And in winter? It's no exception. From alternative Christmas markets and virtual parties at home to rooftop movie pop-ups and bottomless Sunday roasts, this is our list of unmissable things to do this winter in Belfast.
Looking for ways to spice up your winter date night in Belfast? Avoid the chill and stay indoors with our collection of online cocktail classes and virtual drinks events. Think gin, whiskey, mulled wine and more.
While late nights are out and social-distancing is in? It's time to make the most of the city's lively brunch scene. Dig into eggs benny, bloody marys and mimosas on tap at these must-visit weekend spots.
Skip the airfare this winter because CARGO by Vertigo is bringing a slice of the Alps to Belfast. Setting up shop in the Titanic Quarter, this sprawling space is the sociall-distanced spot that's complete with mulled wine, craft beers, comfort food and bookable private gondolas.
Themed lunches, seasonal afternoon teas, Instagrammable decor and a winter staycation all under one roof? It can only be Bullitt. From the Taylor & Clay restaurant to Babel rooftop bar, there's plenty to do at this hotel; whether you're treating yourself with flatmates or a date.
Providing you with post-lockdown sips in a quirky setting, Santeria is the bar bringing you a piping hot menu of Irish coffees, Hennessy-infused Cafe Royals and Baileys hot chocolates. Our pick? The Calypso coffee that mixes Kahlua with espresso before topping off with fresh cream and cocoa.