De dheasca eipidéim COVID-19, beidh Bia druidte go cionn cúpla mí. Thig leat muid a thacú agus muid a leanúint ar laonraí shoisialta le go dtig linn thú a choineál suas chun dáta.

Guímid go bhfuil tú féin agus do mhuintir sábhailte agus tá mé féin agus an foireann ag dúil go mór leat a fheiceáil agus deireadh leis an tréimhse éiginnte seo.

Go raibh maith agat as do thacaíocht,

Le dea-ghuí,
Oisín agus Foireann Bia

Update: we are now open for business. Thank you for your support over the last few months. During the lockdown, we took the time to renovate and re-open with a pizza bar – see you soon!

Due to COVID-19, the restaurant is closed until further notice. Please support us by following us on social media for updates.

We hope that you and yours are safe and I and the team look forward to seeing you when we all come out at the other side of this health crisis.

Thank you for your continued support,

Le dea-ghuí,
Oisín agus Foireann Bia

Bia Restaurant Belfast

We are working on highlights of our history – stay tuned for more memories – you may see yourself in a photo or two…

In 2018, Bia held its first wedding. The champagne reception was held in the adjoining Gerard Dillon Gallery before 90 guests sat to enjoy a specially designed wedding menu, followed by dancing throughout the night.

Bia at An Chultúrlann - Mal McCann

After almost 30 years known as An Caifé Glas, Caifé Feirste and Caifé na Cultúrlainne, Oisín re-opens as Bia. Previously a manager under Caifé Feirste’s owners, Oisín and the team carry the torch for quality homemade food, but with new menu and energy. (Photo courtesy Mal McCann, Irish News)

Foireann an Cháife Glas in 1998

The building is home to Belfast’s first Irish medium secondary school, Coláiste Feirste and also houses a café, ‘An Caifé Glas’, the Green Café. It quickly becomes a hub for local Irish speakers and learners.

Old Culturlann

Fosclaíonn Cultúrlann Mhac Adaim-Ó Fiaich in 1991, san bhliain ar bhreithiú Oisín. As Roibeard Mac Adaim, Preispitéireach agus gníomhaí Gaeilge sa naoú céad déag, agus as an Chairdinéal Tomás Ó Fiaich, a ainmníodh an áit.

Old Culturlann

Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich opens its doors in 1991, the same year Bia’s owner Oisín is born. The cross-community Irish language centre is named after 19th century Presbyterian businessman and Gaelic revivalist Robert Shipboy McAdam and 20th century Gaelic scholar Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich.