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PiecrustAndPasta | Jan 21, 201811:28 AM     2

My family (two adults, two teen boys) will be in Belfast for a 24-hour period on a Friday in April. We are looking for dinner and pub suggestions. We will be spending the day touring so are looking for terrific local food (preferably seafood but open to traditional Irish food) though not particularly fussy (we aren't packing dress clothes). We also want to take the boys to hear live music while we enjoy beers and drinks so would appreciate pub suggestions that allow under-age patrons (we won't be there past 11).

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