Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Dublin House, Manhattan.

DUBLIN HOUSE BAR is a family-owned Irish pub, which has been in business since 1921. It was founded by John Carway, an Irish immigrant from Dublin, who rented the space during Prohibition.

 "The huge overhanging neon sign we have outside was installed in 1933 right after it “officially” opened. It was designed by E.G. Clarke and is quite unique in that it is not only in the shape of a double-sided green harp but has the words tap room in red flashing on and off."
Gerrand Daly, bartender ‪

(From our book NEW YORK NIGHTS)

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