This pub great for Craic in evening. Fun convivial very friendly. Great location. Has managed to retain old feel.
A trip back in time to the 19th century when the Crown was a popular rendezvous. Experience genuine Irish friendliness and great food. Try Champ!
I have taken visitors to the Crown bar on many occasions and, whether they are English, American or European they have all said that the Crown was a highlight of their visit - many have also returned to mop up more of the atmosphere of this fine gas-lit pub with its traditional private snugs. The service in the Crown is... More
Crown bar is an old well maintained Belfast bar with some good pub grub some not, but you need to try, great pint of the black stuff, not too cheap, we daft locals don't seem to mind a rip off price, don't be shy and speak to the locals you may be pleasantly pleased.
Right in the centre of Belfast and adjacent to the opera house so just right for a few drinks before the curtain goes up
full of history.supposedly titanic craftsmen worked on interiors for free drinks. Snugs great. Just great craic and fab location.
This is a Belfast institution and a piece of living history. Part of James Masons Odd man out was filmed here. It is a beautifully preserved and restored Victorian high gin palace, owned and operated by the National Trust, a pint of Guinness and a bowl of stew is a perfect lunch, and the oysters are supposed to be great... More
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