Bootleggers Bar and Restaurant Belfast
Bootleggers Bar and Restaurant Belfast (Image Source: Bootleggers Belfast Website)

Less than a minutes walk from one of Belfast’s prime shopping locations sits Bootleggers, a medium-sized bar and restaurant. The American style pub is a time capsule back to the prohibition era of the 1920s.

During the 1920s, Bootleggers were famous for producing, distributing and selling alcohol to individuals and speakeasy’s, which were illegal drinking club and bars. Therefore the name really compliments the style of the pub.

The bar is attached to an amazing restaurant that is always busy. So if you wish to visit, get down early unless you don’t mind waiting as there are no bookings available. The menu has a range of burgers, tacos and other American classics to enjoy. There is also a range of vegetarian and vegan items.

The pub also has a great range of cocktails with some classics to the outrageous. You can even get a cocktail that is served in a popcorn box along with some popcorn or a cocktail that is presented to you still on fire.

 

Bootleggers Opening Times

The bar/restaurant is open every day of the week. Certain days Bootleggers may be closed due to reasons that they have no control over. Visit Bootleggers website for more information.

  • Monday – 12pm – 1am
  • Tuesday – 12pm – 1am
  • Wednesday – 12pm – 1am
  • Thursday– 12pm – 1am
  • Friday – 12pm – 1am
  • Saturday – 12pm – 1am
  • Sunday – 1pm – 12am

Bootleggers Pricing

For a restaurant in Belfast City Centre, the pricing is great. Not one of their 12 burgers cost more than £10, which is really unexpected. The dearest meal is the steak sandwich costing only £11.

Other classics cost only £9 for a chilli dog, chicken wings with a choice of sauce for £6.50 and french fries for only £3.

Facilities Available

  • Wheelchair Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Accepts Credit/Debit Cards
  • Table Service
  • Free WiFi
  • Live Music most nights
  • Veggie/Vegan Food Available

Location of Bootleggers

Bootleggers is located on Church Lane in Belfast City Centre with an entrance on Anne Street. It is a five-minute walk away from Belfast City Hall and ten minutes from the main tourist spot of Belfast, Titanic Quarter.

46 Church Lane, Belfast BT1 4QN

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