200 North Park St.
Belleville, ON K8P 2Y9
Phone: (613) 966-7703
Fax: (613) 966-0274
Bars & Cafes
The mansion is a bar and restaurant with a patio, wine cellar, a rec room and a living room. The food is also delicious and the service is friendly. Regulars love the various concerts that take place here. Thus, it is definitely a great place to go for a drink and unwind after a long day.
The Ale House is a popular live music venue that offers tasty pub food and great entertainment. For details, call ahead.
On the Clergy Street East, the bright yellow exterior of Ben's Pub Restaurant makes it hard to miss. Delighting locals and travelers alike, the Shepherd's Pie served at this restaurant is a sheer heart-winner. In addition, the place is known for their well-done steaks. The pub is two story; the first floor has a dine-in area while the second floor is a place where you can catch all the sporting action. Foosball tables, pool tables as well as board games are available for a friendly match with your buddies. Live music keeps patrons entertained on certain nights of the week while the Juke Box keeps you company on other evenings.
Tir nan Og is part of the chain of Prime Pubs. An Irish pub it hosts several live acoustic acts, weekly events and sometimes surprise events too. They also have a late night menu for the night birds. The rates are decent, but the food doesn't always live up to the mark. An average place in all.
Savor the pub favorites while grooving to the live music at the Merchant Tap House. Located in a historic building, this pub has a huge patio too . What's more? It is located right next to the lake. A trip here is thus delightful.
An upscale restaurant and lounge, Splice serves an appetizing array of food and drinks in its tastefully decorated space. Don't forget to try the burgers, they are a favorite among the regulars. This is also a prominent venue for corporate and social events.
If live music gets you in the party mood, then head to The Red Garnet on Hunter Street to enjoy a night out in company of a great mix of crowd and plenty of beer. The bar supports upcoming local and national indie rock bands craving for attention. And going by the crowd that lines up outside before these performances, the bands get a fair share of the hip, music-loving crowd. During the day, the atmosphere of Red Garnet's pretty laid back and you can sit back, relax and gulp down a glass of drought beer, and watch the world go by. The food specials are written on the black board and mainly comprises sandwiches and salads complementing the beer. Keep some cash handy when you enter The Red Garnet as it doesn't accept credit cards.