James St South
Grand Opera House
One of Belfast's great Victorian landmarks is the Grand Opera House. Opened in 1895, and completely refurbished in the 1970s, it...
Crown Liquor Saloon
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Dating from 1862, Ulster Hall is a popular venue for a range of events including rock concerts, lunchtime organ recitals, boxing bouts...
Bar & Grill
The sister restaurant of James St South is less formal, but the quality of the food is just as high. The menu concentrates on steaks...
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James St South information
Graced by a large, impressionistic landscape by Irish artist Clement McAleer, this starkly beautiful dining room with crisp white table linen creates a perfect stage for the presentation of starters such as grilled foie gras with pickled rhubarb, followed by mains such as venison with turnip and mushroom cottage pie. The service is relaxed yet highly professional.
Its Bar & Grill is less formal but the quality of the food is just as high.