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Friday 1 August 2014

In Pictures: Love & Death Inc celebrates second birthday

Love & Death Inc, Colin Millen,Lisa Millar and Mark Millen
Love & Death Inc, David Ferguson, Helen Wall and David Lyness
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Belfast bar, Love & Death Inc celebrated its second birthday in style in September with a special line-up of events.

The Love & Death 2nd Birthday Weekender, which kicked off on Friday, 21st September, celebrated the success of the venue that was established by co-founders Anthony Farrell and Brian McGeown in September 2010.

Still in its infancy, the quirky Ann Street cocktail bar, eatery and nightclub continues to shake up the city’s bar scene, gaining a growing reputation for producing the best cocktail tenders in the business, with several of the venue’s team having won awards for their innovations.

Anthony Farrell said: “Two years ago we had a dream of opening a venue that would bring something unique to the Belfast social scene. Love and Death has been a true labour of love and, over the last two years, has evolved to meet consumer demands, carving a niche for itself in the market. Our commitment to innovation and to providing food, drinks and entertainment that push the boundaries have, we believe, been the secret to our success.”

Aside from its award winning cocktails and innovative food offering, the establishment has become known for its forward thinking music policy, playing host to some of the industry’s top DJs.

Looking to the future, co-founder, Brian McGeown says there is much more to come:

“We are very proud of what we have achieved at Love & Death Inc over the past two years and are grateful to our staff, suppliers, customers and everyone in playing a part in our success. We already have two major projects in the pipeline for next year, both of which will equally shock and awe.”





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