Irish baking really has never tasted so good. The sweet treats that Avoca makes fresh every day are the ideal accompaniment for your morning cup of coffee as you banter about the activities ahead with your revitalized stag squad. It’s a true home to the legendary “Belfast Fry”.
George’s of the Market
With friends like Gino Di Campo and John Torode, George’s of the Market has gone from being a local favourite to a foodie hotspot in no time at all. Whether you’re looking for early-morning eats or a hunger banishing brunch, George’s will see you dine sophisticated style.
While the groom’s father-in-law would have you believe that everything gets better with age, in the case of Harlem it really is true. The antique décor adds a rare charm to this character-filled café and the all-day fry-up makes for a great brunch or brinner.
Maggie Mays is fast becoming a local favorite in Belfast for its modern, relaxed vibe and retro design. Everything you’ll try here is home-cooked, from the cheesy beans on toast (Maggie’s hangover cure of choice) to the stacked club sandwich.