Crown Liquor Saloon (Belfast) Reviews
Description:Great Victoria Street, Belfast.
Newest Review: ... want to be seen in an establishment such as a pub, and wanted a drink in quiet and could then sneak out again. In these booths are bells where you can summon bar staff, although they only respond at lunch-times, and original striking plates for matches. My favourite is situated near the main door, tucked away in the corner, and is a great meeting place for groups and wonderfully ... more
Customer Crown Liquor Saloon (Belfast) Reviews (5)
by - written on 29/04/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
This review is of the Crown Liquor Saloon, a public house in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The pub is a Victorian bar, which has fine decoration and is situated at 46 Great Victoria Street. The first visual impressions of this bar are that it is simply amazing, beautiful decorations wherever you look, whether it's the bar, the back bar, the floor or the ceiling. It is a very traditional pub, built in Victorian times, and with Victorian decoration all around. The history of the building can't really be under-stated, and it is a Grade A listed building which is owned by the National Trust. The pub layout isn't what you would usually expect, although it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Crown Liquor Salon Belfast Belfast as a city has a very long an interesting past. Many interesting events in Irish history have played out in the bars and pub in Belfast. For instance it was in the pubs of Belfast that Wolfe Tone and Henry Joy Mc Cracken planned and organised the United Irishman rebellion of 1798. Belfast a whole host of old and interesting bars dotted in and around the city centre and many of them have done a great job of preserving their links with the past. It's easy to get a real sense of the history of Belfast by stepping into one of its old taverns. By far one of its most impressive is the Crown Liquor Salon which is probably the best ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/02, updated on 17/07/02 (Somewhat useful, 97 readings)
My husband and I read about the Crown Bar in a travel guide (we're from Canada) and when we got to Belfast it was one of the first places we visited. The bar itself is the most beautiful bar I've ever been in and that's saying something! However, the waitress informed us that because we weren't a group we couldn't use one of the snugs, and since the bar was full there was nowhere to sit. In short, we were not made to feel very welcome. The bar was almost empty and we told the waitress if we could sit at the snug for now, we'd certainly move if a group came, but she didn't seem to think this very reasonable. If you go, go with a group. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/01, updated on 20/06/01 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Paddywak wrote an opinion of the Crown Bar in Belfast in which he asked himself a somewhat rhetorical (I felt) question regarding any sense of intimadtion in the pub for tourists - which made my opinion ticker reach the top again! I lived in Belfast for a few months a couple of years back and soon discovered that the Crown Bar was the best place to wait for the bus/train home! Handily situated opposite the city's main bus terminal there is no excuse for not popping in for a swift pint or two next time you're passing! I am a single woman who went drinking in the Crown Bar alone in the early evenings mainly after work and sometimes later on in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/01, updated on 18/02/01 (Very useful, 222 readings)
I had to write this opinion because I just read an opinion on the Crown Bar in Belfast. The previous opinion said nothing about the place except that it's evil to drink full stop! It was written by a religious person. I think that the person concerned shouldn't have written it because it had nothing to do with the subject! Ok, now that I've calmed down & ready to apologise for breaking my own rules about rating & writing opinions, I'll begin. The Crown Bar is one of Belfast's best & most loved bars, there's that many there that they're all loved I suppose! Anyway, there's a web cam in the bar, which you can view if you ... Read the complete review
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