Northern Ireland Restaurants

The Northern Whig

  • 2–10 Bridge St. Map It
  • Central District
  • European

Published 08/11/2015

Fodor's Review

Housed in an elegant former newspaper building in Belfast's historic Cathedral Quarter, the Northern Whig is spacious and stylish. Three 30-foot-high statues of Soviet heroes that once topped Communist Party headquarters in Prague dominate the wood-and-leather interior. In the evenings, one wall slides away so you can watch a jazz band, or a DJ playing laid-back blues, soul, or retro music. The food is brasserie style—not astonishing, but good. The environment, wine selection, and bar are the main draws, though.

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2–10 Bridge St., Belfast, BT1 1LU, Northern Ireland

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Published 08/11/2015


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