Food and beverage area
open 7 days a week
Here at Thompson Dock, we serve hot food, coffee and traybakes from 10am - 5pm every day.
Looking for a pit-stop?
Our food & drink area is available for both tour customers and also those who are looking for a pit stop along the maritime mile. From 10am to 5pm every day, you can savor the flavors of our hot food, freshly brewed coffee, and tempting traybakes.
Whether you're exploring the maritime mile or in need of a quick break, our food and drink area is the perfect spot for both tour customers and those seeking a delightful pause.
Belfast, Bites & Breakfast.
Experience the flavours of our city in every Sip and Bite! We offer a range of food and drink options for you to choose from whether you are looking for a weekend walk or a break after your distillery tour!
fill your boots.
Premium Irish serves made for enjoying by the docks, whether you're warming yourself up or catching up with an old friend, it's the perfect spot to take in the views of the lagan.
open 12pm - 5pm
We serve our premium irish spirits, including our Whiskey & Vodka, mixers, soft drinks and our signature cocktails to enjoy by the river.
We take pride in offering a wide selection of premium Irish spirits, such as our exquisite Whiskey and Vodka, as well as a variety of mixers, soft drinks, and our specially crafted signature cocktails.
How to get here: Transport
There are cycle lanes along Queen's Road safe to use, follow the signs where to safely turn and cycle to our door, or you can take the route along the maritime mile past the Titanic Slipways & Lighthouse to arrive at our site.
Once you arrive at the Titanic Quarter and Thompson Dock area, look for specific signage or directions to Titanic Distillers.
Follow any designated bike paths or roads that lead you to your destination within Thompson Dock.
Remember to prioritize safety while cycling. Wear appropriate safety gear, follow traffic rules, and consider using a navigation app or a GPS device to help guide you accurately.
The G2 Glider Service connects Belfast City Centre to the Titanic Quarter. Glider G2 services connect Belfast city centre to the Titanic Quarter. This service picks up in town at May Street (St George’s Market), May Street (City Hall), Wellington Place, Chichester Street, and Custom House Square.
From these stops, the route to Titanic Quarter is:
- Thompson Dry Dock (The stop to depart for our Distillery & Dry Dock Tour)
Titanic Distillers at Thompson Dock Belfast is only 2.4km (1.5 miles) away from Belfast City Centre - a pleasant 25–30-minute walk.
Vehicles approaching Belfast on the M1 or M2 should follow the signs to Belfast City Airport M3, taking the first exit for Titanic Quarter.
There are parking spaces available on your left as you arrive in the Catalyst car park, just ask for your parking to be validated upon arrival.
Translink operate regular train services to Belfast City Centre, we thoroughly recommend the Titanic train station stop and then it is a 20 minute walk to the distillery.
You can also get off at Great Victoria street then use the glider to be dropped off directly beside us on the Catalyst Glider stop.
Located just a short 5 – 10-minute car journey from Belfast City Airport, and around a 30-minute drive from Belfast International Airport, our distillery is easily accessible via all major routes.
Dublin Airport is around a 90 minutes’ drive from Titanic Distillers at Thompson Dock Belfast, also with a regular bus service and car hire available.