Henry’s & Jailhouse
Bringing a touch of the modern to the traditional in this very historic part of Belfast’s northern area of the city centre, Henry’s and Jailhouse has it all under one roof. A licensed premises for over 100 years and steeped in Belfast history, Henry’s is the regeneration of an old favourite. Named after Henry Joy McCracken, Henry’s has been created to keep alive an old spot from the past, amongst the ever expanding and wonderful new. Join us for tipple, tales and some grub from the entries.
Long thought to be the building where the entries namesake was held as a prisoner before being hung in Cornmaket, the Jailhouse as its now known has been frozen in time for the last 70 years nearly forgotten about completely. Restored as part of the Joys Entry project, the aim was to keep as much of the original character of the building as possible. Brick walls, inscribed beams and original windows, take a closer look and see what history and tales you can find while you sip on tipples and nibble on rations. Time Served Well.
Monday to Wednesday – Closed
Sunday to Thursday: 12:00 – 00:00
Friday & Saturday: 12:00 – 01:00
NEAREST GOLF CLUBS
This part of Belfast, Joys Entry, has been transformed into one of the nightspots to be in Belfast, thanks to Henry’s and Jailhouse complementing each other perfectly.