Davy Byrnes Pub , Dublin - 390
Davy Byrne's 'famous literary pub' on Duke Street, Dublin city centre, is famed for being a frequent haunt of Irish writer James Joyce and is mentioned in his tome 'Dubliners'. The original of this painting hangs proudly in the pub. Despite the cold and damp outside some Dubliners don't mind braving the elements to sit outside and have a cigarette, as you can see in the painting.
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