Davy Byrnes is Dublin’s most famous pub, certainly in a literary sense, with it’s Joycean associations. Always characterful, classy and fashionable, it’s the original Dublin gastropub and is over 100 years old.

Anybody who is familiar with Dublin pub food will be aware of Davy Byrne’s food reputation, in which seafood is the speciality.

When you visit the premises, be it at lunchtime or evening time, you will witness the huge trade which is done in fresh salmon, smoked salmon and crab dishes. A full range of hot meals and salads compliment these and, as often as not, you can enjoy a lunch or an evening meal of oysters and Guinness.