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Housed in a (for Belfast) fairly unique "flat-iron" building, this small bar is famous for both its quirky, triangular shape and its eclectic range of artwork celebrating Ulster's political and sporting celebrities.
While the staff can appear a bit taciturn to newcomers, the bar serves...More
The rudest barman I have ever met
Lovely bar, but John the barman/owner? Is the most ignorant man ever put on earth. Never before have I heard anyone speak to customers in that way. It's almost as if he doesn't want...More
Nice old style pub with a good range of drinks. If you like your whiskey there’s a great selection. Friendly bar owner with good banter. It was busy but the barman went out his way to fetch us extra stools and look after our group
Small but packed with atmosphere, history and character. It's famous for its grumpy barmen but on the day we came they were very charming. The walls are covered in political and cultural art and the bar is stocked with very good whiskeys.
See if you...More
Once of the nicest bars in Belfast, Northern Ireland is Bittles.
We discovered it during our last trip three years ago and we were looking forward to going back.
The bar is located in a wonderfully restored historic building next to a major shopping centre...More
This Bar is worth a look at first and foremost because of the wedge shapped building. The inside is also nicely decorated with mural style art. I would however skip the drip. The bar keep is a little rude, note sure if he was trying...More
An attractive and interesting bar/pub, particularly because of the artwork on display.
Interesting selection of varied customers, though the turnover seemed high.
There's a wide range of bottled craft ales (and some on pump) but what a price! Why do they charge £2.50 a half...More
Often have passed here without looking in . Did for first time on a Saturday afternoon. Good craft beers and was talking to barman and John McDowell. Strongly recommend. Nice atmosphere and walls excellent reading.