Laverys is a Long-standing traditional bar with sport on TV, a pool room with 18 tables, and a roof terrace. Belfast‘s Oldest Family Owned Bar -The Lavery family bought the bar in 1918. Today, Lavery’s is an alternative Irish bar with something for everyone. Spanning three floors, they are home to the North of Ireland’s largest pool hall, which gets turned into a club room every Saturday night, playing the best alternative, dance & indie tunes. Belfast’s oldest family-owned tavern is also one of the most peculiar in the city. This restaurant not only has Ireland’s most extensive pool room, but they’ll have you returning for the beer garden, comedy evenings, and a fantastic culinary selection, with pints of Guinness for just five pounds. Lavery’s is Belfast’s oldest family-owned bar.
Ireland’s most extensive pool room, comedy evenings, and a fantastic culinary selection. Do you know your stouts? For the price of a fiver, you may try your hand at pouring the perfect pint of Guinness. Lavery’s is one of Belfast’s premier live sports venues, with over 20 screens. Are you a rugby fanatic? Don’t miss out on the Ulster transport package, which includes a beer or cider of the month, burgers or steak before the game, and round-trip transportation before returning to the bar for another drink. or two. Every Saturday night, Lavery’s transforms The Ballroom and middle floor into a 1200-capacity nightclub to get the party started. We were a small group of ten heading to Belfast for a rugby trip and to catch the Six Nations games on pub televisions.
Benedict’s hotel, where we were staying, recommended this establishment, and we weren’t disappointed on a Friday night. The food was brilliant, a quantity that could choke a horse, and reasonably priced. Based on this, we decided not to go elsewhere, as initially planned, on Saturday for both games, and Johnny, the manager, gave us an option of the first floor or the ground floor, we stayed on the first floor. Once again, the food was excellent. We seemed to have a large area to ourselves and started getting the company of locals when the Irish v England game was to commence. They were extremely friendly, mingling with us throughout the whole afternoon. To get a pint of Guinness to allow an old local man to have a comfy seat next to me was surprising and greatly appreciated but didn’t need to be given.