A visitor walking through the wide front doors of this revived heritage bank building may quickly feel they've died and ... More
James Joyce Authentic Irish Pub
A visitor walking through the wide front doors of this revived heritage bank building may quickly feel they've died and gone to Ireland. Patrons of the James Joyce Authentic Irish Pub appreciate the brews on tap (Guinness at three different temperatures and many other ales), as well as the acres of dark wood and utter absence of televisions or loud video game machines. The food includes modestly priced pub fare such as soups, stews and carved meats. For a big snack, try their Irish take on nachos. Call for event timings and additional information.
Opened in May 1989, this former Pakistani restaurant became the first Irish pub in Brussels. Due to its popularity, many
others followed suit. Today there are about 18 Irish pubs in the city. The James Joyce is a cosy ...
This warm and inviting pub occupies a turn of the century firehouse and plays out the firefighter theme throughout its
open and airy interior. The barroom ceiling is a good thirty feet above the hardwood floor; the other rooms ...