3 Hill Street, BT1 2LA Belfast, t. 028 9024 3712,,
The Dirty Onion resides in one of Belfast’s oldest buildings, reintroduced as a traditional Irish public house with a modern twist. The bustling bar offers live traditional music seven nights and two afternoons a week. Dating back to 1680 the building has striking original features and a highly popular beer garden and courtyard. Inside, low ceilings supported by exposed wooden beams and original brick walls throughout nod to the past. Monday: Trad sessions, Tuesday: Bodhran Lessons, Wednesday: Harp session, Thursday: Live bluegrass, Friday: Live bands & musicians from 6pm, Saturday: Live bands & musicians from 2pm, Sunday: Trad sessions from 2pm.
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