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Best Bars with a View in Belfast

Looking for some great summertime drinks al-fresco?

Or some great views of the city while sipping on some of the best cocktails in Belfast? Just because we are now allowed to eat indoors, there is no reason as to why we can’t enjoy the summer breeze from these outdoor spots, even soak up some beautiful sunsets, right? Look no further than our guide to the best sky-high spots in Belfast!

The Perch – Franklin St.

You can find this stunning bar on Franklin Street, filled with beautiful floral decoration, it is easily one of Belfast’s most Instagram-worthy spots. They have something for everyone, choose from their delicious cocktail menu or their variety of beers for a more casual night out. If that doesn’t win you over, they even won the coveted ‘Best Outdoor Space’ category at the LCN Awards!

Our fave cocktail: Aperol Spritz

Price range: £££

Babel Rooftop Bar – Bullitt Hotel, Church Lane

If you visit The Bullitt Hotel’s rooftop bar you’re in for some incredible panoramic views of the city along with a chilled atmosphere matched with great DJs on Friday and Saturday nights. After a long hard day at work, we think you deserve to unwind and try out their delicious cocktails and light bites to eat or treat yourself to one of their gorgeous cheesy pizzas.

Our fave cocktail: Frozen Margarita

Price range: £££

The Treehouse – Upper Arthur St.

Who said rooftops were only for summer nights? The treehouse is the perfect rooftop spot to visit even on chilly winter nights as it has a very handy heated rooftop terrace to keep everyone warm. These guys seriously know what they’re doing when it comes to cocktails, with a wide range to choose from your typical ‘Strawberry Daquiri’ to the more unique, shall we say, ‘Irish Penicillin’. Plus, they have a mouth-watering menu that is calling your name!

Our fave cocktail: Blushing Mimosa

Price range: ££

The Observatory – Bedford St.

Set foot into Belfast’s…well in fact Irelands tallest bar at a crazy 22 floors high, it would be amiss to not try it out. The swanky interior sets the scene for the perfect for a classy date night out accompanied by an incredible backdrop you won’t find elsewhere, The Observatory is a must. They are masters of mixology so be sure to try out some of the dazzling cocktails they are well known for!

Our fave Cocktail: Tropiconi

Price range: £££

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