Davy Byrne's is a well known restaurant in the heart of Dublin city which specialises in seafood. Davy Byrnes is situated on Duke Street, just off Grafton street, minutes wlak from Trinity College and Saint Stephens Green.
Davy Byrnes specialises in fresh seafood, with fresh salmon, smoked salmon and crab dishes featuring prominently on the menu. There is also a full range of hot meals and salads, ranging from oyster to pheasant with a wide selection in between.
The decor of Davy Byrnes is original, authentic and pre Second World War in theme. There are three educational murals of Joycean Dublin by Liam Proud, the priceless murals of the 1940's by Cecil French Salkeld, who was Brendan Behan's father-in-law and the fine sculptors of Eddie Delaney and John Behan.
Davy Byrnes is full of character and the original Dublin gastropub at over 100 years old. Located on Duke Street, Davy Byrnes is within minutesd of Dublins museum quarter, Trinity College, Saint Stephens Green and Grafton Streets shopping district.
Davy Byrnes is featured in Lucinda O'Sullivans 'Great Places to Eat 2011' as well as recommended in Georgina Campbells 'Guide to Ireland 2012'
Monday to Friday: 11am to 11.30pm
Saturday: 9am to 12.30am
Sunday: 11am to 11pm