Night out in belfast help

Was hoping to go over to belfast in the summer for a few days and wondered if anyone could give me any ideas on were to go for drinks in the city centre then onto a top club for the rest of the night

Looking for wetherspoons, yates ect ect and then a club at end of night that plays the likes of: The Smiths/Moz, Oasis, Stone Roses, Bluetones.....all the oldies really and some of the new

any help would be appreciated, would be going friday and saturday:thumb:

thanks in advance
 

anon x

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Looking for wetherspoons, yates ect ect and then a club at end of night that plays the likes of: The Smiths/Moz, Oasis, Stone Roses, Bluetones.....all the oldies really and some of the new

A night in Blackburn would be perfect and cheaper then.
 
A night in Blackburn would be perfect and cheaper then.

i go out in bburn nearly every saturday, in a town with a population of 105,000 there are literally only 5 bars open on a saturday night. One of them is a Wetherspoons that doesnt play music and is smelly from all the scrubbers that have been in during the week, O'Neills which is good, Live Lounge which is brilliant, Blakeys which is council run and costs a bomb and is empty most of the time, and FJ Nichols which is busy but plays shitty dance music. Then you have the big club Liquid which i havent stepped in since a wet wednesday night when me and my friend had just been to manchester to watch rovers get beat 5-3, absolutley awful

so no a night out in bburn isnt perfect:thumb:
 

lainey

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I love Belfast, There's a lovely pub called The Crown, sit in the snug and have a pint.
http://www.crownbar.com/

For something unqiue have something to eat at Muriel's Cafe Bar, Church Lane, Belfast.
It's like a dark boudoir -comfy sofas, antiques, old fireplace, sepia photographs and bras hanging from the ceiling.
http://www.carolinesantos.com/page6.htm
http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Eatin...+to+feasting+at+Muriel's+cafe+...-a0208474806
There are alot of reviews on the web..

always worth a visit, The Giant's Causeway. coaches opposite the Crown will take you.
http://www.discovernorthernireland.com/Giants-Causeway-Antrim-Northern-Ireland-Bushmills-P2800the

As for the music, next door to The Crown and the student part of town.
 
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