Belfast’s pub scene is legendary, and steeped in history, from Gerry Adams pouring pints at the Duke of York in the late 1960s to Mumford and Sons playing their first gig in the same venue 40 years later. Wherever you go, the beer, music and staff are all top notch – even the bouncers are nice!
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