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The James Joyce, colloquially known as The Joyce, is a nice little bar in Brussels. They have a good selection of ciders and beers (both Belgian and foreign) but the main attraction is the bar's owner. Mister Steve Ray. Steve is a wonderful gentleman who...More
The James Joyce Pub is one of my favourite Irish pubs to visit on any holiday we take to Brussels,it's certainly one of the longest established Irish pubs in this city as it been around since the 1980's.
The interior is cosy,great decor and furnishings...More
Found this place after having had dinner by accident when took a wrong turn, was very pleased we did, immediately welcomed with a warm conversation and brief of beers on offer. We said we would stay for one,but had 4,good company, relaxed and homely, will...More
And not a restaurant.!!
Irish people go to pubs to drink - not to fanny about with pretentious menus, and 'gourmet' this that or the other, or 'soup of the moment' or 'artisan' whatever it is.
We go to a pub to drink!
Really popular with locals and visitors, this is a proper pub with no pretension that's its anything else than what it is - a pub!!!!
There's no fancy kitchen (serving overpriced food to the EU bods on expenses), but what you receive is a super-friendly...More