Commercial Court - Named after the Duke of York in 1917 this long narrow pub was named after, but Commercial Court, the cobbled 'entry' (alleyway) where it is situated, is among Belfast's oldest streets. Once at the heart of the city's newspaper district, the Duke of York is filled with the paraphernalia of the printer's trade, from great screw presses to evocative wall murals made entirely of the hot metal type. Small wooden snugs lend intimacy and privacy to the atmosphere, while a series of brass horseshoes set into the pavement commemorate the many nameless drays who once negotiated the narrow cobbles to deliver beer to the thirsty customers of the Duke of York.