Belfast new Champagne bar is yet another proof of how fast the city is becoming a cosmopolitan destination, less than two hours from Dublin with some fantastic hotels and restaurants. The bustling bar scene in the Northern Irish Capital is more exciting than ever, from the brand new Baltic Bar in the Bullitt Hotel to the old favourite The Spaniard.
Adding to the already tempting array of Belfast spots to visit, House of Fraser in Victoria Square is now home to a new Champagne Bar after £100,000 investment by father and son restaurateurs Brian and Adam Stockman. The Stockmans already own The Ivory Restaurant which is located on the top floor of House of Fraser and the Ivory Champagne Bar was a natural progression after the restaurant’s success.
With an ideal location in the middle of Belfast’s premier shopping centre, the Ivory Champagne Bar is well placed to attract high footfall particularly during the Christmas period with shoppers looking to refuel in style, with a full menu of breakfast and lunch classics on offer to accompany the bubbly.
With panoramic views of the bustling centre of Victoria Square, the bar is sure to be a popular addition to Belfast’s shopping district and restaurant scene.