This historic 17th-century tavern is in Winecellar Entry, an old trading alley where Mercury newspaper was founded in the 1850s. It enjoys an established reputation for fine home cooking. Live music. Listed in A Taste of Ulster Guide.
Whites Tavern proudly lays claim to being the oldest tavern in Belfast. The atmosphere is easy going and friendly, with traditional peat burning fires and many old Belfast artefacts on display.
The food menu caters for most tastes with the emphasis on fresh quality produce. Whites also hosts a good entertainment programme ranging from traditional sessions to funky house nights. The venue now boasts a beautifully restored courtyard, perfect for mulled wine in the winter or alfresco lunches in the summer.