With Belfast City's largest beer garden, The National is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a drink from the extensive menu, or head upstairs to the club and/or roof terrace for even more great vibes.
What to Drink: It's hard to choose just one from the wide-ranging menu, but a Pint or a glass of white wine are perfect to enjoy on a casual night with friends! Aether and Echo Aether and Echo is one of Belfast's most enjoyable bars that as an unparalleled vintage, yet classy feel.
Choose from enjoying your drink inside at one of the several bars, or in the outside downstairs or upstairs smoking areas--known as The Secret Garden and Roof Terrace- which are eccentrically decorated (and heated! Filthys also has its own club, The Gypsy Lounge, to take your night to the next level.
What to Drink: To match the quirky environment enjoy a vibrantly colored cocktail, or take it one step further and participate in one of Filthys cocktail master classes to make your own delicious and colorful concoction. The National The National is another Belfast bar that not only has a great inside space, but also a fantastic outside space to sit and enjoy the night and the company of friends after a long day of exploring Belfast (or a long day of shopping).
What to Drink: Grab a few friends (or if you're brave enough just yourself) and order a shot ladder to kick off the night. The Botanic Inn (The Bot) The Bot is one of Queens University students' number one destinations for a night out.
With a traditional pub-feel downstairs, a bustling club upstairs, and a wide selections of drinks to choose from, you can't go wrong with a night at The Bot.
Monday-Wednesday are some of the best nights to visit the bars and club at Limelight, and the live music/DJ sets never fail to have you wake up the next morning with memories of a great night.
Side Note: if you find yourself in Belfast for Halloween night, Limelight is the place to be!
What to Drink: In order to epitomize the Perch's elegant environment, order a glass of Prosecco to sip on and take in the gorgeous Belfast city views. The Duke of York If in Belfast, a trip to the Duke of York is a must!
What to Drink: Any pint, or for the quickest service order a bottled Corona and Lime to enjoy at one of the outside tables. Filthy Mc Nastys Filthy Mc Nastys is a Belfast must visit bar.
Filthys has quirky furniture and décor that instantly welcomes visitors.
One of the best qualities of Belfast, Northern Ireland is the fantastic nightlife.
With a seemingly unending amount of bars and clubs, it is hard to choose just 17, but below are 17 Belfast Bars and clubs that are sure to guarantee a memorable St. The best part is that most are in walking distance of each other, making it easy to make a few stops on your night out; and, if you're brave enough, choose your favorite 12 and make it through the 12 pubs of Belfast! Laverys Grab a friend and head to Belfast's oldest family-owned pub, Laverys and enjoy one of the venue's four bars.
Highlight of the night is the staff coming around with a ~free~ slice of wood-fired pizza. What to Drink: Grab a friend and split one of their £9.95 pitcher deals- try the Long Island Ice Tea or Sex on the Beach Pitcher! The Eglantine (The Eg) The Eg is a bar popular with Queens University Students as well as the areas' locals.