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Davy Byrne's Pub


  • Address: 21 Duke St
  • Vicinity: E of Grafton St
  • Type: Irish Pub
  • Travel Genus: Drink , Sight
  • Sight Category: Building
  • Drinkery Category: Casual Drinkery
  • Drinkery Type: Bar

Davy Byrne's Pub is a pub in Dublin, Leinster, Republic of Ireland. - AsNotedIn


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Timeline

Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1722/02/25 Richard Span leases on the farmland premises to Issac Eustaunie, a Jew whose family had migrated to Ireland during the 18th century.
1784/00/00 A lease of 1784 describes the premises as a brickhouse complete with tenements and farmyard but belonging to the parish of St Anne, within the City of Dublin.
1880/00/00 James Joyce (unrelated to the author) is granted leasehold interest of the lodging rooms above Nos 20 and 21 Duke Street. The residents were the sisters of the then proprietors of the nearby Bailey pub.
1889/01/11 Dublin vintner, Davy Byrne, acquires 21 Duke Street through a bank sale of 2,300 pounds from the Munster and Leinster Bank.
1939/00/00 Davy Byrne retires. In 1942 the pub is acquired by the Doran family of Marlbourgh Street, who had been in the Dublin licensed trade for 50 years.

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Drinkery
Drinkery Type Bar
Drinkery Category Casual Drinkery
Drinkery Type Irish Pub


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Area of Significance Architecture
Sight Category Building
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Creative Works »

WorkTypeAsNotedInCreatorNote
Ulysses (book) Makrystoria James Joyce Leopold Bloom stops for a gorgonzola cheese sandwich and a glass of burgundy.

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