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Bittles Bar offers the charms of a traditional Irish pub, along with a decent food menu; they're particularly strong on fish, chicken and steak. Most of the food is only served at lunchtime, but soup and sandwiches are available all day. Unofficially referred to as the "smoothing iron" on account of its triangular shape, it's just as intriguing inside. The walls are covered with artworks of over 100 paintings. It also sports a literary theme, with special attention and respect offered to Irish heroes such as James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde.
A casual gastropub, Titanic is located at Little Donegal Street, and sits cozily in the heart of downtown. With a rustic ambiance, that features dimly-lit interiors, the place seems good for an after-work drink or early dinner. A friendly staff greets at Titanic, where you can let your hair down, and relax over the awesome food and chilled drinks. While here, do try their Roast Crispy Supreme Chicken, Chefs Lasagne Al Forno, Slow Braised Lamb Shanks and Beer Battered Fish & Chips. A range of sides, soups and starters are also available along with the eclectic variety of mains.
Benedicts bar is designed in the classical Gothic style. Located close to Belfast's landmarks, shops and nightlife, it has wide marble arches, a wide balcony and high-backed seating that can easily manage 500 customers. This bar, located inside Benedict's Hotel has a restaurant upstairs and offers promotions and prizes. Catch the best Irish bands live on the same days and if you are lucky you will be served complimentary tapas! The DJ plays only on the weekends.