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Bittles

Address: 103, Victoria St, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 4PB [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20235) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Interesting little boozer, well kept with good selection of beers. Barman friendly enough. Overtly political paintings adorn the place which did give me some sense of unease though - Brits in a strange city e.t.c, worth a visit however.
Blastbeat - 3 Aug 2016 08:50
Great little bar serving some of the rarer Northern Irish and Irish Keg and bottled beers. Friendly bar-staff.
zipdiskdude - 24 Nov 2015 21:52
Walked down here to go to the Kitchen Bar which is over the road. This looked far more interesting, so headed in.

They don't seem to do real ale in NI - but they do have a fine collection of Irish Whiskies in here.

1 regular - the rest tourists. Myself included.
Mappiman - 30 Oct 2015 12:35
An attractive and interesting place to visit for the tourist, particularly because of the artwork on display. Interesting selection of varied customers, though the turnover seemed high.

Wide range of craft (bottled) ales plus some on tap...but what a price! Why do they charge £2.50 a half for Guinness and £2.75 for a 'guest'? I was gobsmacked when I handed over £10 to buy two pints and had to find another £1 to pay up! Yes, it's a very nice bar, but such prices are taking the proverbial - it's NOT London! Probably explains the high turnover of customers.

Interestingly, after an initially friendly welcome, our sedate drinking and playing of cards (after we asked permission) was eventually called into question - apparently, we were occupying valuable drinking space at our table - we moved on, ultimately unimpressed. Pity.
esp2006 - 28 Oct 2015 12:09
Walking past this place, I was struck how it had an uncanny resemblance, to the Flat Iron building in New York, architecture wise.

That is where it ended sadly, as upon entering we were confronted with pictures and posters of Paisley and Thatcher. Couple behind the bar were friendly and chatty. Just didn't feel comfortable with the posters. (I can't stand Thatcher or Paisley.)
realalerules1983 - 27 Jan 2014 12:42

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