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Stopped by for a few drinks on our visit to Belfast. Lovely, helpful staff, cosy, comfortable and warm inside and picturesque outside. The locals were very friendly, easygoing and welcoming and the Guinness was great. Definitely worth a visit if you like old traditional pubs...More
A must-see for a quick pint.
I had a great time having the bartenders make faces at me when I ordered a crown float (Guinness over cider) & then explained to them how to make it. (It caught on as a few others in the...More
I visit this pub regularly and always enjoy the friendly atmosphere. A pint of Guinness and a bowl of Kelly's Irish stew is a must if you call in during the day. The staff are always plesent and friendly. Most evenings there will be live...More
Was on our list to visit, staff member was friendly but I wouldnt say she went out of her way to interact with us, there were 2 other staff that were eating food bought from elsewhere at the bar which yeah we all gotta eat...More
We had just finished a walking tour of Belfast and the tour ended in front of Kelly's Cellars, one of the oldest (if not the oldest) pub in Belfast. It was established in 1720 and has been in operation ever since. This is an incredible...More
Stopped in here for a pint on our 1st night in Belfast. Stayed until close. Great atmosphere and fun music. Nice outdoor space to drink and listen to music as well. Popped in in the afternoon another day and managed to get the last two...More
This is the oldest Bar in Northern Ireland and it has a rustic charm. Not a overly big pub but a quaint place. Just of bank street in the downtown core. They serve Irish Stew which we did not try but sure looked good. Good...More
Kelly's is the first bar I ever visited in Belfast and I make a return visit each time I go back. Gorgeous old traditional pub in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter. It can get VERY lively at times and the toilets are not for...More
My husband and I stopped in for a beer on our way to dinner. Very cool space in a cool area. Everyone was extreme friendly and it didn’t seem like many tourists. It was just want we wanted to find in Belfast.