The Palace Bar is one of Dublin’s best-loved original Victorian pubs. During the 1940s and ’50s, this old pub became the home of international fame and intellectual refreshment under the patronage of R.M. (Bertie) Smyllie, then Editor of the Irish Times. It was the social home of the Fourth Estate playing host to the newsmen, correspondents and compositors of Dublin’s three daily papers with journalists taking hold of the snug and back room to compose articles and meet “sources.” To this day, it is a popular spot for some newsmen to get their quota of liquid refreshments.
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