View of McDaids pub in Harry Street, located off Grafton Street near Dublin City center.
The building dates from 1779 & once served as the city morgue. Later it was
converted for use as a chapel and the Gothic styles are reflected in the arched windows & pub interior. A meeting place & traditional watering-hole for Ireland's literary figures, famous Irish writers including Brendan Behan & Patrick Kavenagh
were regulars here, It's also the setting for the James Joyce story - Grace.
Images of Grafton Street & Bewleys art-deco style cafe.
Photographs of famous city landmarks in Ireland posters & Irish picture gallery contents.