This is one of my watering holes in Belfast. Established originally to support a small but vibrant Irish language revival society, An Culturlann has grown to a unique space. Having hosted a school,radio station,bookshop,meeting space,tv production area, theatre and anything else a cultural movement needs this the sort of place that is impossible to describe.
When I get the chance I take lunch here and on any given day you can meet the leaders of Irish Republicanism/Nationailism. Leaders in politics and civil rights sit beside French and Spanish tourists for lunch. Menu is ecletic and frequently changes but always substanial. Staff may address you in Irish (Gaeilge) but don't be afraid to use your own language (you may be surprised).
This is an iconic site for anybody involved in the Irish language movement that is part of a living and vibrant community which has now gained the semi offical title of the Gaelteacht Quarter. Multinational Sainsburys store have bi-lingual signage.
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