On 07-9-2008 millay said :
"Wins hands down in the “how much breweriana you can display in a pub” competition. There are old photos, beer trays, mirrors, adverts and a plethora of old Guinness and Watney Red Barrel promotional material. There is so much that items are even fixed flat to the ceiling to make more room. It looks like the interior has had some recent work done although it still has an aged look with lots of wooden fixtures, exposed brickwork and flagstone floors. There’s a nice four person snug with closable doors at the back. Bit of a shame about the plasma TV but it wasn’t that intrusive. The pub has a very attractive old looking exterior and is tucked away down one of Belfast’s many difficult to find alleyways, Commercial Court that runs between Donegall St and Henry St in the Cathedral Quarter. Very close to the John Hewitt.
On 04-8-2004 lucy78green said :
"beloved of the archaeologists. nice old bar with good beer, and has a small nightclub upstairs that caters for the "alternative" crowd, ie those of us who hate dance music, sort of like a smaller version of the Limelight in terms of music"
On 04-6-2004 kid said :
"A fantastic wee pub in the Heart of Belfast with a lot of history. Does a great Guinness. Has good pub grub and very friendly Bar Staff. Frequented by all kinds of people. You wont find a more comfortable and warm place to have a beer. "
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