Standing proudly between Central Library and the Belfast Telegraph newspaper is this family-owned colossus of an entertainment complex. Dating back to 1896, the listed building once housed a furniture company which provided RMS Titanic's beds with mattresses. The traditional red brick and dark wood interior pays homage to the ship's Belfast roots with photos, stories and framed newspaper cuttings dotted throughout.
A feature fireplace, live weekend music sessions and classy pub grub served in snug booths themed on TItanic's interior (Tue & Wed 12:00 - 18:00, Thur-Sat 12:00 - 21:00, Sun 14:00 - 20:00) evoke a welcoming atmosphere. While the resident mixologist concocts cocktail lovers a night to remember with masterclasses and a stylish list of drinks - you simply must try the Titanic Cocktail. Plasma TVs, free wifi and newspapers keep sports and news enthusiasts in the know... as befits the bar's proximity to NI's most famous newspaper.
And when you've a spare moment surveying the Titanic collectibles and ephemera, head upstairs for some snooker or American Pool on its suite of 28 tables. Ladies can also spoil themselves with beauty, tanning and nail treatments. Even the first-class passengers didn't get this much pampering!