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1. The King's Head, Belfast


The new King's Head Kitchen and Bar reopened in March 2004 after an extensive refurbishment to the existing premises that Botanic Inns acquired in August 2001.
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2. Laverys Bar & Gin Palace, Belfast


Lavery's is Belfast’s oldest family run bar and the centre of nightlife in the North of Ireland for over 90 years.
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3. Pavilion Bar, Ormeau, Belfast


Nicknamed "The Big House" by the locals, due to its' three storeys, The Pavilion Bar draws its clientele from all over the city and beyond, and is a must for all who wish to experience a traditional Belfast Bar.
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4. After Hours at Titanic Belfast, Belfast


TITANIC Belfast in association with U105 is lighting up Friday nights in the city with an enhanced gallery experience, tapas dining offering and evening bar complete with live entertainment.
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5. Café Vaudeville, Belfast


Café Vaudeville on Arthur Street represents a spectacular transformation from its original historical function as a bank.
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6. Jenny Watts, Bangor


As Bangor's oldest and most revered public house - since 1780, we are responsible for reinventing the art of conversation in a warm and entertaining environment.
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7. 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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8. Molly Brown's Kitchen & Bar, Newtownards


Molly Brown’s Kitchen & Bar has brought quality and style to Newtownards. Offering top cuisine, excellent live music and a great place to socialise it is a one stop shop for a great night out.
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9. The White Horse Inn, Saintfield, Ballynahinch


The White Horse Inn dates back over 200 years as an old coaching Inn and currently operates as a busy Bar & Bistro in the thriving market town of Saintfield.
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10. The Dirty Onion, Belfast


The Dirty Onion is Belfast's oldest building, dating back to 1780, the building was used as a bonded spirit warehouse from 1921. It was then known as ‘STACK N’ – a reference to its position on the north side of Waring Street.
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