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Robinsons Bar exterior

1. Robinsons Bar, Belfast


Relax and enjoy a drink in the Saloon bar before tapping your feet in Fibber Magees - enjoy free folk and traditional music 7 nights a week. Enjoy a meal in the Bistro, Karaoke in the spotlight in BT1 or party in Roxy nightclub.
The Speckled Hen / interior

2. The Speckled Hen, Lisburn


Our food philosophy is to offer a wide selection of wholesome traditional fare with a contemporary twist complimented by fine wines, beers and spirits. Not forgetting coffee. All presented in a warm and friendly setting.
Pavilion Bar, Belfast

3. Pavilion Bar, Ormeau, Belfast


Established in 1899, The Pavilion or "The Big House" draws its clientele from all over the city and beyond, and is a must for all who wish to experience a traditional Belfast pub with three floors, three bars, in one Big House with five-star food.
Kiwi's Brew Bar

4. Kiwi's Brew Bar, Portrush


Something is most definitely brewing in Portrush. Beer is making a quiet and classy comeback.
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5. Coppi, Belfast


Right in the heart of Belfast’s buzzing Cathedral Quarter, Coppi is Belfast’s first cichetti bacari/restaurant inspired by those found in Venice and named after cycling legend Angelo Fausto Coppi.
Anchor Bar Complex, Portstewart

6. Anchor Bar Complex, Portstewart, Portstewart


Situated within easy access to Portstewart's picturesque promenade and all of the local amenities, the Anchor Bar Complex, incorporating the Anchorage Inn, Anchorage Bistro and Aura Nightclub, is known throughout Ireland for its convivial atmosphere.
Union Street Bar & Restaurant interior

7. The Union Street Bar, Belfast


The Union Street Pub and Restaurant opened its doors as a bar in December 2003 and the restaurant was launched in January 2004.
The Nerve Centre

8. The Nerve Centre, Londonderry/Derry


The Nerve Centre is Northern Ireland’s leading creative media arts centre, boasting a wide-ranging programme of arts events, cutting edge projects, creative learning centres, training opportunities and state-of-the-art production facilities.
The Halfway House

9. The Halfway House, Banbridge


The Halfway House is situated on the A1 Northbound, halfway between Belfast and Newry making it a welcome stop off point for tourists and locals alike. This unique venue is perfect for an intimate dinner for two or a party with friends.
McHughs Restaurant exterior

10. McHugh’s Bar & Restaurant, Belfast


McHughs is within a grade A listed building, built between 1710 and 1720, making it officially the oldest building in the city of Belfast, enjoying a long history and a sometimes colourful reputation.
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