The Cathedral Quarter offers some of the greatest bars that Belfast has to offer, its right near the centre so you don’t have to worry about travelling far. Throughout its cobbled streets you will quickly realise it is crammed full of amazing bars and restaurants perfect for celebrating in.
In the Cathedral Quarter you will find The Thirsty Goat, a classic Irish bar. but with a full and fruity menu of cocktails that might take you be surprise. Their drinks menu consists of gin, vodka, whiskey, rum, brandy and much more. So, no matter the lad’s preferences when it comes to drinks, The Thirsty Goat will have what they want.
But for something more upscale, you can hop across the street to The Cloth Ear, home to a swanky hotel and bar buzzing with atmosphere.
City Hall is one of Belfast’s most known buildings, but to make things even better, City Hall is surrounded by fantastic traditional bars which are perfect for laid back grooms. It’s one of the main social hubs and you can have a night out just here alone making it the perfect weekend experience.
HellCat Maggies is a warm and welcoming bar for guys to sit back, relax and drink the night away with their closest friends. The interior is filled with natural woods and traditional furniture, along with artwork that celebrates HellCat Maggie. If the lads love a bit of whiskey, then this bar will have them drooling.
For a rustic and traditional Irish bar that is guaranteed to keep the lads celebrating all night long, The Doffer is where you need to be. They serve plenty of drinks ranging from ales to cocktails and even have live music playing across the weekends.
An extremely short walk from the city centre is where you will find Franklin Street, Franklin Street is surrounded by great bars and can create the perfect experience for any kind of night out, especially during your night you will be able to find incredible venues in Franklin Street and the areas surrounding.
The Perch Rooftop Bar is located on the 5th floor of a historic building and is surrounded by feature windows and brick walls, making it very easy on the eye. Whether the lads want to sip on a cocktail or a cider, this bar has them covered. There’s an outdoor area which has beautiful views of Belfast for the days when the weather is on your side.
For a wacky club that’s worthy of hosting a party, head over to BT1. Claiming to be Belfast’s most popular and hippest club, BT1 offers amazing karaoke experience. If the lads want to sign out their favourite songs (or at least attempt to) whilst drinking the night away, then BT1 is a must.