Frequently books relating to pubs or the pub trade fall into the trap of being cold and academic reviews, rather than capturing the true spirit of the pub, and the warmth of character that make them such an Irish institution. In ‘Mulligans: Grand old pub of poolbeg street’, Declan Dunne manages to convey the sense […]read more
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