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Fitzgeralds Of Sandycove


11 Albert Road, Sandycove , Dublin, Ireland

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Overall: NR    Food: NR    Drink: NR    Atmosphere: NR   
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Enjoy fine food, drink & atmosphere in this unique James Joyce themed pub.






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Overall: Rating:5/5    Food: Rating:3/5    Drink: Rating:4/5    Atmosphere: Rating:5/5   

Sex Not Specified I was on a cultural visit to Joyce's Tower in Sandycove and when I told the guide I was a Joyce fan she recommended Fitzgerald's pub in Sandycove (spelling?).
Well what a treat it was!
Splendid olde worlde atmosphere but totally genuine. Joycean theme throughout, I'm told the proprietor Tom Fitzgerald is something of a Joycean scholar though I didnt get to meet him.
Fitzgerlads is a major location for Bloomsday celebrations with Tom himself leading the music in Joycean tradition.
Oh yea, the food and drink were great though I hardly noticed as I was too busy looking at the Joycean themed stained glass windows.
I recommend this to any fan of Joyce's Ulysses
Mike (Mumbai) - Michael B, India


Anonymous, Apr 19, 2009
 
Overall: Rating:5/5    Food: Rating:4/5    Drink: Rating:4/5    Atmosphere: Rating:5/5   

Sex Not Specified Having spent many years in other locals around the area, I have finally found what I was looking for. The food is far from Jean-Christope Novelli Cuisine, but it is home-cooked quality food. Their new wine menu, that according to the bar staff has increased sales dramatically, offers a great range of fine wines. There is a huge collection of imported beers. The staff are charming friendly, and all Irish - how unusual nowadays. Well worth a look! - Karl, Dublin

Irish Pubs Directory, Aug 3, 2007
 
Overall: Rating:5/5    Food: Rating:4/5    Drink: Rating:5/5    Atmosphere: Rating:5/5   

Sex Not Specified An old fashioned pub in many ways but a very young staff creates a vibrant atmosphere. Pints were perfect. Didn't actually eat as they only serve lunch but having looked at the menu I would definitly drop in for food sometime. Very pleasant experience in all. - Nick, Scotland

Ireland Pub Guide, Nov 26, 2006
 
Overall: Rating:5/5    Food: Rating:4/5    Drink: Rating:5/5    Atmosphere: Rating:5/5   

Sex Not Specified Got a lovely pint, from a barman who was also very friendly. Didn't eat myself, but the food looked suberb. A real Irish Pub - Well worth a visit. - Eric Mulholland, USA

Anonymous, Jul 31, 2006
 


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