Fodor's Expert Review Kelly's Cellars

Central District Local Interest–Sight

Steeped in history, this circa-1720 pub just off Royal Avenue is brimming with character, including a filling bowl of tasty beef stew at lunchtime. Two centuries ago it was the meeting place of a militant Nationalist group, the Society of United Irishmen, whose leader, Wolfe Tone (who was a Protestant), is remembered as the founder of Irish Republicanism. Traditional music and plenty of local banter make the pub particularly lively on weekends although there's music every night except Monday.

Local Interest–Sight

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30–32 Bank St.
Belfast, BT1 1HL, Northern Ireland

028-9024–6058

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