Albert Clock. Cave Hill. Harland & Wolff. Stormont Castle. The Odyssey Arena. St. George’s Market. You may recognise some of these places but there’s a whole lot more waiting to be discovered. From the birthplace of the Titanic to our iconic city hall and everywhere in between, you’ll find a cornucopia of historic landmarks and fantastic attractions.
~Things To See and Do, Explore Belfast~
~Food and Drinks in Belfast~
Belfast have a huge range of options for food and drink. Belfast restaurants can come as a delightful surprise to the uninitiated. The range and quality of dining here on the Northern Ireland's capital is dazzling. Belfast has a thriving dining scene, one which has been ranked as among the world's top 6. The city's plates are well served with a tasty selection of local and international nosh. Many bars and hotels also serve great gourmet food.
SAPHYRE restaurant in Belfast is a fabulous hidden gem set within a converted Grade B listed Church. The Belfast restaurant on the Lisburn Road.
Located in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter, The John Hewitt first opened its doors in December 1999. The bar is unique in its ownership.
Situated on the top floor, GRILL at The Four Winds offers a panoramic of Belfast City and beyond. It is quickly establishing itself as a restaurant that serves a wide range of dishes
~Shopping, Health & Wellbeing in Belfast~
Make sure to discover Belfast’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
Belfast has independent shops dotted throughout the city, though there are some streets with more shops than others. There are also a number of specialist shops, including jewellers, art galleries, toy stores, antiques dealers and seaside gift shops, as well as countless boutiques.
~Latest Belfast Lifestyle & Culture News~
Walking the same halls as JFK, living in the same dorms as Malia Obama and listening to a speech from the President of Harvard University outside the Widener Memorial Library where Legally Blonde was filmed, Co Down student Cormac Savage said that there isn’t a minute that goes by that he isn’t “totally overwhelmed and in shock” of where he is starting his university career. Belfast Telegraph …
Adam’s Fine Art and Auctioneer’s autumn season of sales includes the At Home auction on September 21, offering collectors of all experiences a chance to purchase a very special item. There’s a range of furniture, furnishings and paintings of many different periods to suit many different tastes. Belfast Telegraph …
As families move up the ladder in search of more space post-pandemic, properties of this size and quality are currently hard to find. Belfast Telegraph …
Iconic retro sweets Opal Fruits made a temporary welcome return to Northern Ireland’s shops, including all four original fruity flavours. Launched in the Sixties, the chewy and tangy sweets wrapped in bright yellow packets were a favourite for many. When the brand changed their name to Starburst in the late Nineties and mixed up the flavours, it sparked much debate among fans. So this brief comeback is a nice trip down memory lane for grown-up sweet lovers. But what is it about old sweets that excites us so much? Sunday Life spoke to three local, traditional sweet shop owners about our ongoing love for old-style treats, and how the sweets from bygone days still retain their charm after all these years. Belfast Telegraph …
It took Londonderry father-of-three Gary Doherty to lose everything he had ever worked for to discover what he wanted in life. Belfast Telegraph …
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