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!If any night feels like a bust, just head to Aether and Echo to turn it around without fail! The Dirty Onion The Dirty Onion bar is located in Belfast's oldest building (from 1780! The bar, in partnership with the award-winning cultural center An Droichead, also offers workshops in singing and various traditional Irish musical instruments, which are open to the public.
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.
For a wilder night at the upstairs club, a mixed drink is a must! The Bar with No Name The Bar with No Name is a great place to stop and grab a quick drink while waiting to meet up with friends, or while on your way to another Belfast bar deeper in the city center.
With fast service and a nice atmosphere, The Bar with No Name is a great place to stop for a drink and relax before beginning your real night out.
What to Drink: Pay tribute to Ireland with a deliciously fresh pint of Guinness. Limelight You can't spend time in Belfast, without a trip to Limelight, one of the country's most famous venues for live music!
From well-known DJ's to established music artists, the Limelight complex has some of Belfast's best weekly entertainment.
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.
What to Drink: As homage to the thousands of Jameson whiskey barrels and crates that passed through the building up until the 90's, enjoy a delicious Jameson Irish whiskey, straight or mixed. The Hudson The Hudson is another traditional-feeling Belfast Bar, that began as a tiny pub and has since expanded to take over three floors as well as has a huge outdoor, heated smoking area.