We founded Pizza on the Square out of a deep love for real food, for food that is fresh and authentic.The restaurant offers a range of pizzas, cocktails and fine wines.Pizza on the Square is located right beside Belfast City Hall at 1 Donegall Square West. You literally can’t get any more central than that. The Scottish Provident Building is a stone's throw from the city's key bus and train networks.
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Our kitchen team serve traditional food made from locally sourced seasonal ingredients. We are open lunch and dinner throughout the week serving tasty classics and modern temptations. Make your Sunday a true day of rest and pop down for brunch or a Sunday roast with all the trimmings (and none of the washing up!).Kids menu available for the little ones and we welcome your four legged friends too.Relax and be entertained with live music 7 days a week. ( Please note Open Table is for food reservations only)
A licensed premises for over 100 years and steeped in Belfast history, Henry’s is the regeneration of a old favourite. Named after Henry Joy McCracken, Henry’s has been created to keep alive an old spot from the past, amongst the ever expanding and wonderful new. Join us for tipple, tales and some grub from the entries.
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The clue is in the name....and for the juiciest, most flavorsome steaks around, no matter how you take it, it's hard to beat a Josper-cooked steak! The secret is our Josper grill, a very particular style of Spanish charcoal oven, which is regarded by chefs worldwide as the finest method of cooking super tender steaks, while locking in all those wonderful flavors. So whether it's Sirloin or Rib Eye you prefer, the unique smoky, barbecue-style taste of our locally sourced, prime aged steaks is, we believe, out of this world! If, however, steaks are not your thing, then fear not, as we also offer a wide-ranging & amp; varied menu and quick & easy Light Lunch menu.
James St. is the culmination of Niall McKenna and his fine dining and more casual restaurants into one great dining experience. Operating from these premises since 2003, James St. offers some of the best locally sourced meat and fish produce, cooked alongside classic dishes such as chowder, crab & chili linguine for starters. Main Course come from the grill where steaks, sit side side the freshest of local fish. Desserts take a turn towards a classic souffle, baked alaska as well as a great selection of Irish cheese. The refurbished restaurant offers a comfortable bar area for bar and lunch time snacks as well as pre and post dinner drinks, alongside a private room on the ground floor called The Grill Room, as well as their long-established First Floor Private dining room. The extensive bar area will host a range of local drinks as well as a large selection of Irish Whiskeys.The James St. team look forward to welcoming you to this new chapter of dining out in Belfast.
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The Restaurant at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast. The menus are carefully thought-out using the finest local produce, passionately created, lovingly prepared and proudly presented.Awarded an AA Rosette for culinary excellence at fantastic value, with pre-theatre menus, a la carte menus, and private dining. You’ll love it. Venison and trout and hake and halibut and duck and you get the idea. We are proud to members of Taste of Ulster & Restaurants Association of Ireland.
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Long thought to be the building where our entries namesake was held as a prisoner before being hung in Cornmaket, The Jailhouse as it is now known has been frozen in time for the last 70 years nearly forgotten about completely. Restored as part of the Joys Entry project, the aim was to keep as much of the original character of the building as possible. Brick walls, inscribed beams and original windows, take a closer look and see what history and tales you can find while you sip on tipples and nibble on rations. Time Served Well.