Whiskey Club Bar Profile Summer 2017 – The Merchant Cocktail Bar, Belfast

Whiskey Club Bar Profile Summer 2017 – The Merchant Cocktail Bar, Belfast

TELL US ABOUT YOUR BAR We are a 5* hotel cocktail bar in the Grand European tradition, based in a Grade-A listed building. We offer table service only and a range of menus to cater for hotel guests and the public alike. WHAT DO YOU DO TO DRIVE SALES IN... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile May 2017 – The Five Points, Belfast

Whiskey Club Bar Profile May 2017 – The Five Points, Belfast

TELL US ABOUT YOUR BAR The Five Points is our take on a traditional bar tailored towards both locals and tourists. We provide traditional and folk music seven nights a week as well as a large whiskey selection and cocktail menu. When we were at the drawing board for this... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile April 2017 – Bittles Bar, Belfast

Whiskey Club Bar Profile April 2017 – Bittles Bar, Belfast

TELL US ABOUT YOUR BAR My dad, John Bittles opened Bittles in 1989. He’d been in the trade from he was 14 and his first job was in the Slieve Donard after which he worked in The Morning Star but he always knew he wanted his own place. Good old... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile March 2017 – Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh

Whiskey Club Bar Profile March 2017 – Silverbirch Hotel, Omagh

TELL US ABOUT YOUR BAR The new snug bar addition to The Silverbirch Hotel has been named Bertha’s Bar. Originally this space was part of the existing bar and restaurant setting and wasn’t being fully utilised. We now have created a stylish classic bar that gives a nod to the... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile February 2017 – The National, Belfast

Whiskey Club Bar Profile February 2017 – The National, Belfast

TELL US ABOUT YOUR BAR Located in the heart of the bustling Cathedral Quarter, The National and Sixty6 have a whiskey range that caters for all discerning drinkers. The National is proud of its Irish whiskey heritage as can be seen by the large Jameson branding in the back garden... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile January 2017 – Bullitt, Belfast

Whiskey Club Bar Profile January 2017 – Bullitt, Belfast

TELL US ABOUT THE BAR Bullitt Hotel oozes contemporary style throughout its various venues. The Taylor & Clay restaurant has a metropolitan atmosphere created by the roaring asador grill and the headlights of the passing traffic on Victoria Steet, dulled in the tinted windows. This flows into the buzzing Bullitt... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile December 2016 – The Duke of York, Belfast

Whiskey Club Bar Profile December 2016 – The Duke of York, Belfast

TELL US ABOUT THE BAR The Duke of York is a traditional and historic Belfast bar, welcoming friends and visitors alike. The light reflects from the antique whiskey mirrors onto the bright copper table tops. Cabinets are home to whiskeys from long lost distilleries of Belfast, part of our whiskey... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile November 2016 – The Vintage Rooms, Hillsborough

Whiskey Club Bar Profile November 2016 – The Vintage Rooms, Hillsborough

  TELL US ABOUT THE BAR The Vintage Rooms is a newly renovated bar space located in the heart of Hillsborough. The historic building has been owned by the Patterson family for the past 30 years. The new bespoke space, now known as The Vintage Rooms Whiskey Cellar, has been... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile October 2016 – Blakes of the Hollow, Enniskillen

Whiskey Club Bar Profile October 2016 – Blakes of the Hollow, Enniskillen

TELL US ABOUT THE BAR Blakes of the Hollow is built around a Victorian bar, nestled in the middle of town. The Victorian bar is an institution in the town, and infamous around the world having appeared in the Rough Guides. The pub dates back to 1887 and William Blake’s... View Article

Whiskey Club Bar Profile September 2016 – The Dirty Onion, Belfast

Whiskey Club Bar Profile September 2016 – The Dirty Onion, Belfast

Tim Herron, general manager of The Dirty Onion & Yardbird, talks to HRNI TELL US ABOUT THE BAR The Dirty Onion is located in one of Belfast’s oldest buildings and has a rich history and a story to tell. From 1921 to 1991, The Dirty Onion was a bonded spirit warehouse and housed many thousands... View Article