The City Quays complex is in close proximity to a number of amenities and services, some of which are detailed below.
Doorsteps Sandwich Bar
Sandwich shop with four locations in the Belfast area. The closet location is on Garmoyle Street, a five minute walk from City Quays.
15 Garmoyle Street, Belfast, BT15 1DY
The Coffee Dock
Located in the heart of Clarendon Dock, The Coffee Dock’s focus is simple but satisfying hot and cold food with an unpretentious and homely menu providing options for breakfast, brunch and beyond.
10D Clarendon Road, Belfast, BT1 3BH
Each year, thousands of visitors enjoy the Cathedral Quarter’s festivals and events in beautiful venues and outdoor performance spaces, as well as its fantastic pubs, restaurants and hotels.
109-113 Royal Avenue, Belfast, County Antrim BT1 1FF
Golden Thread Gallery
Golden Thread Gallery is a medium-scale, publicly funded, contemporary art gallery based in Belfast that provides a welcoming space for the public to engage with contemporary visual art.
84- 94 Great Patrick Street, Belfast. BT1 2LU
ACT operates three social economy childcare centres in North Belfast known as Kinderkids Daycare. The centres cater to children aged from birth to 12 years. They operate 50 weeks per year, providing both full and part-time care.
McSweeney Centre, 31 Henry Place, Belfast, BT15 2BB
Belfast's most central Post Office offering mail, travel, driving, identity and finance services. Open 9am-5.30pm Monday to Friday.
12-16 Bridge Street, Belfast, BT1 1LT
Situated in the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter, 2Taps boasts one of biggest and best outdoor seating areas in Belfast. Directly opposite the Merchant Hotel you can come dine with us al fresco style.
2Taps Winebar, 42 Waring Street, Belfast, BT1 2ED
Built around 1843 this charming building, with its rich Maritime history, still holds a link to the sea. Tedfords, once a hub of the sea trade and ship chandler business, is now a bustling Restaurant overlooking the river Lagan.
5 Donegall Quay, Belfast, BT1 3EA