The marquee over the entrance to The Dirty Onion and Yardbird – a tavern and restaurant combination – proclaim it to be Belfast’s oldest building. Their premises were a warehouse when constructed during the 1750s. In 1921, it became a distributor of Jameson Irish Whiskey called STACK “N” operated by Edward Dillion Bonders. I am not sure of the validity of their claim. However, the thought of sitting in an area once filled with whiskey barrels has a certain appeal.