A real buzz as locals and tourists come together to sample some of the city's finest produce from freshly baked goods to hand made linens. Spend a couple of hours soaking up the atmosphere, sampling the food on offer, enjoying the live music and hopefully picking up a bargain or two.
12-20 East Bridge Street Belfast BT1 3NQ 028 9043 5704
The site where St George's Market currently stands dates back to the early 17th century. The current building was built in the 1890s and oozes Victorian charmf following a £4.5million facelift a decade or so ago that brought it back to its former glory. The weekend speciality markets that run year round Friday–Sunday have become a huge attraction, showcasing the best of the city's arts and crafts, alongside a great array of tasty local produce, whether it's fresh fish for supper or some tasty deli items for a lunchtime picnic in the City Hall gardens. On weekends in particular, it's easy to while away a few hours, enjoying a multi-cultural brunch to the backdrop of some live jazz.
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Everything from budget items to high-end collectibles.
Friday Variety Market 6am-2pm; Saturday City Food and Craft Market 9am–3pm; Sunday Market 10am–4pm.