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Davy Byrne's

Davy Byrne's Review

A noted pilgrimage stop for Joyceans, Davy Byrne's is where Leopold Bloom stops in for a glass of Burgundy and a Gorgonzola-cheese sandwich in Ulysses (and ruminates before helping a blind man cross the road). Unfortunately, the decor—quite an eyeful, with its gaudily painted ceiling, stained glass cupola, and blush pastels—is greatly changed from Joyce's day ("He entered Davy Byrnes. Moral pub."), but it still serves some fine pub grub.

Updated: 02-07-2013

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