Ballymoney..A Stone's Throw Away from the Causeway!
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.
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.
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.
One of the oldest and most historic districts in Belfast.
Located at Gracehill Golf Club and a two minute walk from the famous Dark Hedges, the Bell Tower Bar and Restaurant offers a very tasty, reasonably priced menu served by helpful and friendly staff under the expertise of chef Graham Henry.
The Pub On The Pier at Donaghadee, winners of The Best Ulster Welcome and Seafood Pub Of The Year, serving tasty bar snacks all day with fresh fish, delicious local beef, pork, lamb and game for lunch and dinner.
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.
Sunflower is a simple corner pub, it is free of gimmicks or themes, and it is one of the few remaining. It is instantly recognisable by the security cage on its front door, a relic from 1980’s Belfast. Music is very much part of the pub’s life.
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.