Donegall Street – with the Belfast Telegraph, the Irish News and, until the 1980’s, the Belfast News Letter all within its sphere of influence, it’s not hard to guess how the bar got its name. Built around 1910, it remains a popular bar with journalists and newspaper workers and it has a lively buzz of activity about it. A lounge was added in the 1960s and the room upstairs is now used as a dynamic live music venue. Members of staff claim that there is a ghost in the room and report feeling a sudden chill, as well as strange noises and electrical equipment switching itself on.