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The bar setting is a sight to behold, built of artifacts from long-closed churches. Busy, beautiful, boisterous. It's one of a kind. Irish whiskey, of course, but mixed drinks that are fanciful, inventive, and dangerous.
Remains a popular lunch spot - carvery was the order of the day on our visit.
Choice of soup or salad starter + main course. Good selection of meats, veg, etc. Honest to goodness food at reasonable cost.
Don't know whether I'd found unless I'd been taken here by some local colleagues for lunch. The interior was just great and very stylish. It almost felt like coming into a church and someone actually told me that some of the interior had been retrieved...More
We had a great in expected night out in Benedict's. The music was really good & we all had a good dance. The place was packed for a Monday night was great as people where all ages.
Would recommend for a great fun night in...More
Stayed in Benedict's last week with my other half and we spent most of our stay in the bar. Cocktails were on offer from 4-10pm and each one was delicious...i think we worked our way through the menu. Staff were friendly and atmosphere was good...More
Stumbled into Benedicts Bar after checking into hotel and what a great treat to behold! Firstly, this pub has character! Real oldie world feel with a great selection of drinks available. The size of this bar is also worthy of note with many alcoves to...More
10/10 service. Best I’ve ever received in benedicts. Between free tapas, napkins and coming to take our drinks order. Brandon went above and beyond to ensure our comfort and enjoyment within benedicts. Give the man a raise!
Went with friends for a meal which was excellent, try the Strangford Lough mussels. The service was excellent with special mention to Bobbi from the waitress staff, a delightful young lady who presented as a great representative of the pub. The pub is easy walking...More