Phil's World Pub Guides - Northern Ireland

Pub Comments Location
Aldergrove Plastic Paddy decor in this busy airport bar.
Last visited August 2003.
Departures side, before security.
Bangor Bay Inn The usual draught beers including Bass, John Smith's, Fosters, Harp, 1664 and of course Guinness in this friendly busy traditional bar with restaurant areas. The fish and chips were cheap and very good.
Last visited August 2003.
Crown Liquor Saloon What can I say? This wonderful preserved Victorian pub is now owned by the National Trust. Original features include splendid wood and glass-work, small "cubicles" with a table in each, gas lights, a tiled floor and a fine mirrored bar back. They serve real ale as well!
Last visited August 2003.
Nook A pleasant multi room pub in an old building, busy with the tourists visiting the wonderful Giant's Causeway. Don't panic if it appears closed at first sight, on gingerly pushing the door I found a friendly welcome and plenty of customers at 11:30.
Last visited August 2022.
Causeway Road / Runkerry Road
Anchor The exterior is very red on this friendly corner house decorated with a maritime theme - lobster pots, nets and so on.
Last visited August 2003.
Ferryquay Street / Artillery Street

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