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28 Cleaver House in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Robinson and Cleaver began as a department store in1874. In 1888, they moved into this Victorian Era building on Donegall Square North. Once you get beyond admiring the twin spires, look closely at the 50 busts by Harry Helms adorning the façade. Apparently these famous faces were patrons of the retailer nicknamed The Old Lady. The luxury store closed in 1984. Since 2013, the lower levels are occupied by Urban Deli and Robinson & Cleaver Ltd. restaurant . For a special treat, enjoy a meal on their balcony or terrace with a grand view of City Hall.


56 Donegall Pl, Belfast, BT1 5BB, UK


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