Belfast has a rich and vibrant nightlife, with everything from traditional pubs to clubs featuring top DJs. The Crescent Townhouse Hotel is just minutes away from some of the city’s best bars including The Empire Music Hall and the MClub.
Ye Olde Eglantine Inn
Ye Olde Eglantine Inn or The ‘Eg’ as it’s affectionately known has been serving the Upper Malone Road area for years. More recently it has become Belfast’s ultimate student venue with its close proximity to Queen’s University.
As well as providing a range of entertainment including Quiz nights and sports events, The Eg also offers good, honest, homemade food served from 12-8pm daily.
Located on the banks of the River Lagan, Cutters Wharf is renowned for its laid back atmosphere. Cutters Wharf has something for everyone – from al fresco dining and TV screens for sports to the cosines of the casual downstairs bar and the restaurant with riverside views.
Be sure to catch the Viking Boat Race, BBQ parties and Beach Volley Ball events at Cutters Wharf.
In the heart of the Queen’s Quarter and offering entertainment every night of the week, The Parlour Bar is worth a visit. With big leather sofas and famous pizzas from the authentic wood burning oven, you’ll feel right at home in the Parlour.
Our entertainment ranges from commercial dance, RnB, acoustic sets to some of the city’s best up and coming bands as well as a big screen to enjoy football. Come on in and see us!
Just a stone’s throw away from the Crescent Townhouse Hotel is one of Belfast’s finest live music bars, The Empire. Playing host to some of today’s biggest stars including Snow Patrol, Sigur Ros and REM’s Peter Buck, the Empire Music Hall has a reputation for showcasing rising talent.
But that’s not all that’s available at the Empire – join us at the Comedy Club every Tuesday evening or pop in for some pub grub and watch sports on the big screen or listen to some live music.
Established in 1895, Robinson’s Bar houses five very different bars in one large Victorian building. The basement is home to the intimate and quirky BT1 (named after the area’s city centre postcode) – it’s a melting pot of strikingly different individuals.
A popular meeting place for a chat and sociable drink, the main Robinson’s Saloon is full of charm and character. Visitors order some lunch or sup a pint surrounded by relics from the ill-fated Titanic.
Now open on Bradbury Place, in the heart of Belfast’s Queen’s Quarter, Alibi’s focus is on bourbon served with a twist and excellent customer service.
The new two-floor venue with three-floor smoking terrace, is open 7 days a week from 16:00hrs, offering the very best in liquor, food and music.