The Dubliner "ST PATRICK'S DAY"
The Dubliner is the longest established Irish pub in Iceland. céad míle fáilte "Anyone who has ever visited Reykjavík will know from personal experience that its stores are not just places to conduct trade, but also to drink. No matter the time of day or season of the year, enter any one of them and it will be packed with men engaged in no business other than the purchase of a bottle or half-bottle, or trying to scrounge one for nothing and drink it at the counter. This they do all day long, wandering from one premises to another and gathering eagerly outside every morning even before the shutters go up to make sure they're first in the queue for a drink. As if it were not bad enough, they sit there talking all sorts of rubbish, so that you can't hear yourself speak for their incessant gabbling, shouting, jostling and fighting." -Newspaper report 1873 Hafnarstræti 1-3 101 Reykjavik Tel: 527 3232
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