The Deers Head (CLOSED)

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The Deers Head

The Deers Head is found behind the busy shopping area of Royal Avenue.The Deers Head was built around 1885 and stands on the corner of Garfield Street. Handy place to take a break from shopping.

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Category
Bar
Address
1 Lower Garfield Street
Belfast
County Antrim
Post Code
BT1 1FP

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Just enjoyed a nice lunch with workmates. Good menu and plenty of reasonably priced choices. Our waitress was friendly and attentive too. Thank you Deer's Head!

Submitted by Dvdtcb on 9th May 2013

drank in it only once a good bar hard to come by i would rate it with the morning star proper pubs not riping people off and respecting there costomers the old ones are the best good luck il be back

Submitted by wee jim on 10th March 2012

The food is great as are the staff great pub and great atmosphere would recomend it to anyone its an old bar with character and thats whats missing in other bars around Belfast with the exemption of the crown and the fountain tavern.

Submitted on 8th August 2010

Very rude staff, smelly toilets and horrible wine (served by the glass so you can't tell what it is!)

Submitted by Eilish on 10th May 2010

Went on Monday and food was absolutely amazing! Guiness was the best Id had in Ireland and toilets werre ok I would return to belfast just to visit the pub!!!!

Submitted by Claire on 30th March 2010

I was in for a quiz a few months ago. This is such a lovely pub, atmospheric and traditional. I do agree with toilet comment though. Needs a little work......

Submitted by dave on 28th March 2010

was in during the week ! loveli food and service il be back for sure!

Submitted by me on 22nd March 2010

the toilets are disgusting beyond belief cross between dirty nappy smell and urine .. anyone eating here would lose there dinner if they needed the toilet .

Submitted on 17th October 2009

been a long time since i visited this bar, not much has changed pints and food still good only thing missing was wee Ciara who worked there, she made your visit worth while such a lovely girl.

Submitted by M.J on 6th August 2009

I'm afraid times have changed since the last review, The food we were served was inedible. Two of us who had the burgers were ill afterwards and have vowed never to return. This bar would be o.k. for a drink but the food was truly horrendous.

Submitted by William on 28th April 2009

great food. nice bar.

Submitted by hugh cee on 29th December 2006

Lovely, relaxing little bar with fantastic food. Only downside is band on Friday evenings are a bit too loud, but beyond that, it's great. Lovely pints, lovely food, lovely staff...great craic!

Submitted by Karen on 21st September 2006

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