Davy Byrnes

Davy Byrnes
Dublin, Ireland.

Davy Byrnes is an historic pub & restaurant which first opened in 1798. The poet & novelist, James Joyce, was a regular visitor to the pub and some believe that he continues to pay regular visits some 80 years after his death. His reflection is often seen in mirrors at this popular venue.

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21 Duke Street, Dublin, D02 K380, Ireland

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