Friday, October 26, 2018

St. Dymphna’s on St. Mark’s Place in the East Village opened in 1994.

It was named for the patron saint of the mentally ill and was known for its 🍺 pints of Guinness and also for its traditional Irish ☘️ breakfast (which we enjoyed) of eggs 🍳, baked beans, sausage and rashers and sliced potatoes 🥔. Sadly the Irish 🇮🇪 tavern closed a few days ago after 24 years in business.

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