Davy Byrnes Bar and Restaurant Dublin

Davy Byrnes Bar and Restaurant Dublin

Davy Byrnes literary, heritage and cosmopolitan Dublin pub.

A moral pub, wrote Joyce, as if such a thing were possible, when he planted Bloom there on that famous day in Dublin that he immortalised in Ulysses. “He entered Davy Byrnes, ” Joyce wrote of his wanderer. “Moral pub. He doesn’t chat. Stands a drink now and then. But in a leap year once in four. Cashed a cheque for me once.”

In every city in the world there are iconic bars and restaurants to be visited and, when it comes to Dublin, there is no doubt but that Davy Byrne’s more than fits into this category. For visitors to Ireland its association with James Joyce’s novel Ullysses make it a must visit.


Address

21 Duke St

There is no Function room or party area is available for hire  

 

Davy Byrnes Bar and Restaurant Dublin