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Lavery's is Belfast's oldest family-owned pub, at the heart of the city's social life for almost 100 years. Perfectly located a short distance from both the city centre and the vibrant Queen's Quarter, it's a versatile, lively entertainment venue...more
We came here because it was recommended in the hostel and they offered us a discount. I wish we hadn't took it. The burger was way too cooked and it had no flavour at all. It was too turistic and people was yelling all the...More
I think almost everyone in Belfast of a certain age remembers a certain age whenever Lavery's was the best. You could do certain things, enjoy a certain lifestyle, peace was respected, love was had. Then the bouncers got tough on certain things and weak on...More
The bouncers were very rude, would not vist. My friends and I went to the thirsty goat for a few pints and the bouncers then stated that we were too drunk. They then verbally abused two of my friends for there appearance. Was disgusting!! I’ll...More
A large venue, with a couple of rooms and levels, including a rather cool beer garden, Lavery's is located about a10/15 minute walk from the city centre, in the Queens Quarter.
If you like Rock, Metal, Soul, Funk, and Indie, then check out the DJs...More
Before entering the bar I was told brusquely by the bouncer I could not take my bottle of water in which I had nearly finished drinking in anycase.. First night I went in was ok, nothing to shout about and the bar staff seem more...More
Was in Woodcutters section of Lavery’s, which is a great real ale bar with good rotation and variety. They know their ales here and it’s got the best variety of craft and real ales in city centre. Nicely laid out too and atmospherically lit. Bar...More
The first bar we approached when we first arrived in Belfast and as it had door staff at 5pm and we couldn't see inside we gave it a miss. Later we did some research and saw how popular it was so ventured in. The main...More
We visited Laverys late in the evening for food and dealt with several members of staff throughout the night. Every one of them went out of their way for us and were so warm and friendly. The food was delicious and portions were good. I...More