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The Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast - pub details

Crown Liquor Saloon
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Address: 46 Great Victoria St, Belfast, County Antrim, BT2 7BA [gmap]

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Probably the finest example - in the UK - of an immaculately kept public house, of a bygone era. Owned and looked after by the National Trust.

Gas lit, with snugs, mirrors - and an old world atmosphere. An unmissable place, when in Belfast.
croydonpeer - 13 Aug 2019 16:15
The best preserved Victorian pub / gin palace in the UK. That is reason enough for a visit, but of course it helps that they have a few decent cask ales on, also a few interesting bottles. And the food is good, served upstairs. A bit understaffed, though.
Sigmund - 3 Aug 2017 22:32
Worth a visit to admire the interior and have a quick Guinness, way too busy for more than that though. Nip across the road after to Brennans bar where they do some quality grub and a variety of beers.
Blastbeat - 3 Aug 2016 08:56
Owned - for nearly 40 years - by the National Trust, the Crown is a fine example of a Victorian Gin Palace.

Still lit by gas lamps, the Crown has ten booths or snugs - which can be booked in advanced for private drinks/meals.

Each snug (A to J) has an individual bell, for service - answered only at lunchtimes, these days. A relic of a bygone era.
mandraker - 30 Oct 2015 15:00
Beautiful pub - unfortunately covered in scaffolding outside, which stopped any photo opportunities.

Inside is just as lovely. A series of vanity alcoves, the likes of which I have not seen in a pub before.

Had a Belfast Ale in here - out of the all the pubs I visited, this was the only draught real ale found.

Definitely worth a visit.
Mappiman - 30 Oct 2015 12:40

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