Bert’s Jazz Bar Belfast


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Bert’s Jazz Bar is a beautiful hotel bar with live music and freshly prepared drinks that are designed like 1930s New York. Take a seat at Belfast‘s only jazz bar, absorb the elegant ambiance, and let the cool jazz tunes wash over you. Our broad beverage menu includes a carefully prepared cocktail list to compliment our exceptional 1 AA Rosette restaurant, which boasts a French bistro-style cuisine that varies seasonally to reflect the finest of each season. Seven evenings a week, Berts features live jazz. This plush red paradise is undoubtedly one of the most romantic bars in Belfast. Join Bert’s Jazz Bar for an evening, and you’ll revel in 1930s New York glamor, complete with live performances, handcrafted cocktails, and a luxurious French-inspired bistro menu. Bert’s Jazz Bar, inspired by post-Prohibition America, brings 1930s New York glitter to Belfast. 

The Merchant Hotel’s crimson decor combines comfortable couches and lives music for an unforgettable night out. A French bistro menu includes modules fries, baked camembert, steaks, and delectable desserts like sticky toffee baked Alaska and Tarte Tatin with coconut ice cream. Thirsty? Wines and handmade cocktails inspired by the great jazz cities of London, Havana, Paris, New Orleans, and New York are available. For my birthday, my loved ones brought me here. Belfast is just the most suitable location. We had a fantastic experience here. I believe we had the most admirable table in the house, with a great view of the band. The staff was outstanding. Attentive, easygoing, amusing but unobtrusive, and highly knowledgable and passionate about cocktails. 

The food was delicious and expertly prepared. I’m not sure if the band we saw was the resident band or if the acts vary, but this one was excellent and skilled. In a nutshell, I adored this location. A fantastic night out. Both fronts of house and wait staff were kind and professional. The food was delicious, especially the sweets. Live music by John Trotter and Richard Swan brought a lot to the evening. We paid £85 for three meals for two people and a bottle of wine; we thought this was pretty reasonable for the total experience. I would suggest it. While on a short trip to Belfast, we stopped at Bert’s Jazz Bar. The ambiance of the restaurant is calm but sophisticated. The service is outstanding, and the menu, while not huge, is varied and offers a fine selection of meals.

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