We’re located in a magnificent grade A listed building that dates back to the 1880s. While now one of the most famous pubs in Belfast, we were once one of the iconic Victorian Gin Palaces in the city. Today, you can still enjoy many of the stunning original features, having been lovingly restored by the National Trust.
Our impressive façade is one of the city’s most popular photo spots, and it only gets better when you step inside.
The long, red granite topped altar style bar takes centre stage, with its huge casks and polished brass taps, while the mosaic tiled floor and decorative carved ceiling are truly eye-catching.
Originally designed to protect Victorian drinkers from the prying eyes of the busy Great Victoria Street, the stained-glass windows are etched with fairies, pineapples, fleur-de-lys, and clowns. The traditional gas lighting also still remains.
They don’t build pubs like this anymore.
For even more history, the city’s famous Titanic Experience is close by – why not call in after visiting us?