Mark's Alehouse
Recommended Pubs and Restaurants in Belfast South

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There are a total of 14 premises in this area.


The Bridge House
The Bridge House 35-43 Bedford Street
Belfast
BT2 7EJ
(028) 9072 7890 (T)
www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/the-bridge-house (W)

A big change since the no smoking. Patio doors at the front allow access for the smokers under a canopy. The premises has large fire exit doors (ramped for wheelchairs), disabled toilet, and a low level public phone. There is a lift to the upper floor for the disabled (ask at bar for details). Downstairs has large front windows, low and high tables, comfortable sofas with coffee tables and lots of modern paintings. Money has been spent here, and it shows. Lavish toilets includes a baby changing area (ask at bar for details). Beer & food quality and prices are the usual Wetherspoon's consistency. The barstaff are well trained and friendly. Very busy most nights with a great mixture of people of all ages. Good, everchanging range of ales and the odd Beer & cider festivals.

ALEHOUSE WINNER


The Errigle
The Errigle 312-320 Ormeau Rd
Belfast
BT7 2GE
(028) 9064 1410 (T)
http://www.errigle.com/ (W)
info@errigle.com (E)

This busy pub has gone through several upgrades. The main bar is a large open L-shape with a small dining area towards the back. They serve food every day. Good selection of draught beers with two handpulls. It has a wood floor and coloured glass screens. Bookable functions rooms. Roof garden (with BBQ). Upstairs are the Arbele & Marble bars, while downstairs is the Oak Bar with its original Irish oak floor and art deco its glasswork and Lloyd Loom furniture. They serve cask ales with, currently, five handpumps. There is a discount scheme for SPBWNI members.


The Bus Stop Cafe
The Bus Stop Cafe Shane Retail Park
Boucher Road
Belfast
BT12 6UA
07716 121923 (T)
thebusstopcafe.co.uk (W)

Quirky cafe opposite Homebase at the start of Boucher Road. Excellent place to have a good old Ulster fry for breakfast (or even lunch). Stop off for a cuppa and browse the papers. Downstairs is the kitchen area and while upstairs has limited seating it is comfortable and light & airy. The girls who run it are very pleasant.


Molly's Yard Restaurant
Molly's Yard Restaurant 1 College Green Mews
Botanic Avenue
Belfast
BT7 1LW
(028) 9032 2600 (T)
www.mollysyard.co.uk/ (W)

The restored stables of College Green House off Botanic Avenue are now home to Molly's Yard restaurant. Opened in late December 2005, Molly's Yard is already a favourite haunt of South Belfast residents and Staff at the university.

Using local and seasonal produce the menus will appeal to all the senses with more than a passing nod to the ales on sale at the bar!

The restaurant occupies Victorian buildings which have been painstakingly restored by Hearth, an organisation dedicated to preserving historic buildings at risk.

Molly's Yard opens from midday Monday - Saturday. The bistro menu is available to diners from 1200 - 9.00pm with a dinner menu available in the evenings from 6pm. For lunch or dinner reservations call 028 90322600.

Alehouse WINNER


FREE PINT OF CASK ALE WITH A MAIN MEAL FOR SPBW MEMBERS!


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