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Bittles is a traditional laid back Irish bar and on reflection one of my favourites in Belfast. It’s very small being at the tip of an iron shaped building but there’s plenty of character packed in. The landlord John was always buzzing around chatting to customers recommending beers and making sure everyone, locals and visitors alike, were OK. There is no cask ale but they do have a range of bottled beers including many from local breweries - try Molly’s Chocolate Stout or Headless Dog from the College Green Brewery. They also serve an excellent Irish Stew that is good value for money. The split level bar has an arty theme with paintings and drawings of famous Irishmen by local artists.

Address: 103, Victoria St, Belfast, BT1 4PB
Directions: Near the Victoria Square shopping centre
Phone: 028 9031 1088
Theme: Eating and Drinking

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jun 15, 2008
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