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one of Dublin's
last Victorian era pubs
Established in 1861 Fitzgeralds of Sandycove serves one of the largest range of beers, spirits & wines in the area. Internationally renowned author, James Joyce is a major influence on the premises as is visible from the many pictures, posters & newspaper cuttings on the walls of the premises. Each chapter of his acclaimed work, Ulysses, is featured on the stained glass windows throughout the pub. Ulysses began in the nearby Martello Tower, which was originally built to withstand an invasion by Napoleon, but is now the James Joyce Museum which also houses many photographs, personal possessions and rare editions of Joyce’s’ work.
11 Sandycove Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland | Open from 11am to 12.30am Friday + Saturday (mid-week until 11.30pm)