The Cathedral Quarter: Kind of cheating as there are a ton of places I like there! :/ This area has plenty of stylish, interesting bars and restaurants, perfect any time of the day.
Bars: The Duke Of York, The Spaniard, Muriel's (locally distilled Shortcross Gin served there!), Dirty Onion
Food: Mourne Seafood Bar, Ox, Coppi, and many more
Other: Established Coffee, The Mac Arts Venue, The Merchant Hotel for swanky cocktails or Afternoon Tea
The Titanic Building: A great shining structure that's textured surface and vast size can't help but impress (Why no sketch of this one G !?! ). It also has lovely waterside walkways, part of the Belfast to Holywood walking route, and great views of the iconic yellow Harland and Wolff cranes. Inside you can find out more about the local building of the famous ship and other Titanic stories, join workshops and find some local souvenirs from the gift shop.
City Hall: Beautiful architecture, inside and out. It's possible to join a free tour of the City Hall and I was amazed by the decor inside, it's really worth a visit. On nice summer sunny days , you can find lots of people eating their lunch in the gardens of the Hall. Films are sometimes shown on the big screen there too, such a novelty to relax in the grass and watch along with other people. In winter, the International Christmas market is a popular attraction to get you in the Christmas spirit, and the pancakes always smell delicious. The most impressive thing about Belfast's City Hall, however, is the night view. The elegant architecture is beautifully highlighted by some subtle strategic lighting.