Bullitt Hotel Sets Tails Wagging With Launch Of Dog-Friendly Rooms

Kirsty Winter Consumer

Belfast hotel, Bullitt is set to get canine customers’ tails wagging with excitement as it prepares to launch its first dog-friendly rooms. Available from Thursday 12 September, guests will have the option to book specially equipped rooms that offer a comfortable space for owners and their pet pooches to rest their heads after a busy day of exploring the city. …

Dog Friendly Bar Raises Pawsome Amount For Local Dog Charity

Kirsty Winter Consumer

Dog-friendly bar, The Dirty Onion, has raised over £5k for local dog rescue charity Lucy’s Trust since the Cathedral Quarter Bar opened its doors to welcome canine customers in 2017.  Since becoming part of a select list of dog-friendly venues in Belfast city centre, the bar has organised several fundraising events including Pooch Socials, Hot Dawg BBQs and Santa Paw …

Foraging Is On The Menu At Berts Jazz Bar This Month

Kirsty Winter Consumer

Belfast’s only dedicated Jazz bar, Berts, is hosting its first forager’s dining experience, bringing the taste of wild, freshly-grown seasonal produce from the beautiful Rademon Estate to the city. Based in Crossgar, Rademon Estate is home to local gin distiller and partner for the evening Shortcross Gin.   Taking place on Wednesday May 29, the event is the first of its …

Beannchor Makes Move Into Co-Working Sector

Kirsty Winter Consumer

Northern Ireland’s largest hospitality group, Beannchor has announced a significant £350,000 investment in the launch of a new co-working office venture at Lisburn Square. Cubic CoWork will open at Lisburn Square in April, offering 8,000sq ft of flexible, stylish, innovative, technologically advanced workspace. Further investment in other locations across Northern Ireland are also being explored. Beannchor owns and operates many …

Look At Me Now: Beannchor Reveals The National’s New Look Following £350,000 Investment

Kirsty Winter Consumer

The Beannchor Group has completed a significant £350,000 investment in the redevelopment of its popular Cathedral Quarter bar and eatery, The National. Following an extensive month-longrenovation, the new-look venue reopened to the public at the weekend. Set in the historic surrounds of one of Belfast’s oldest buildings – the former National Bank Building on High Street – the venue has …

Beannchor Announces £350,000 Investment In The National

Kirsty Winter Consumer

The Beannchor Group has announced a £350,000 investment in the redevelopment of its popular bar and eatery, The National in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter. Set in the historic surroundings of one of Belfast’s oldest buildings – the former National Bank Building on High Street – The National initially opened to the public in September 2013, following a significant redevelopment of the …

Beannchor Group now powered by 100% renewable energy

Kirsty Winter Consumer

Northern Ireland’s largest hospitality group, Beannchor, has taken a major step towards reducing its carbon footprint by agreeing a £500,000 renewable electricity contract with 3T Power. The clean energy transition has been rolled out across the group’s entire portfolio including The Merchant Hotel, Bullitt Belfast, The National & Sixty6, Little Wing, The Dirty Onion and The Hillside Bar and Restaurant, …

Cathedral Quarter Bar Invites Canine Trick or Treaters

Kirsty Winter Consumer

The Dirty Onion set to host a wooftacular Halloween Pooch Social   Dog-friendly bar, The Dirty Onion, is set to welcome back its four-legged furry friends for a special, Halloween-themed Pooch Social on Sunday 28 October. There will be no tricks, just lots of treats at the popular bar’s final Pooch Social of the year, where guests are encouraged to …

The National Launches New Backyard Picnic Concept, Just In Time For Summer Heatwave

Niamh Parker Consumer

With another scorcher forecast this week, you can soak up the sun at The National Grande Café in Belfast whilst tucking into their new Backyard Picnic. A rural oasis meets the urban sprawl with this quirky new concept from The National, where you can now picnic in the sun-trapped beer garden, right in the heart of the city’s bustling Cathedral …

Festive Fortune For Local Kids’ Clubs

Niamh Parker Consumer

Christmas has come early for eight local children’s clubs as Little Wing Pizzeria dished out funds as part of its Little Wing Little Stars bursary scheme. Returning for the fourth year, the programme was open to children’s clubs located near any of Little Wing’s eight branches across Northern Ireland. Eight lucky clubs were awarded a £500 bursary; Clarkes Dance Studio …