The National Grande Cafe is set in the historic surrounding of one of Belfast’s oldest buildings, the former National Bank Building on High Street. Inside lies an intentionally unfinished industrial modern interior of exposed bricks, steel girders and concrete floors. The bar is home to one of the largest dedicated beer gardens in Belfast and the first in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter, which comes complete with its very own apple tree, direct from the Magners Cider orchard in Clonmel.
The National has disabled access and a dedicated disabled toilet. Internal and external disable access ramps have also been installed where needed.
Grab rails and easy turn taps
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- Disabled Access
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