A Dublin landmark since 1927, Bewley’s has a literary pedigree as well as a historic one: James Joyce was a regular (it makes an appearance in his book Dubliners), and a host of subsequent literary greats made this their regular stop-off for a cup of joe and a slice of cake. It’s still hugely popular, but not just for coffee; you can get a pretty good pizza, salad, or burger here, in addition to a more modest menu of light snacks. Fun fact: The ornate faux-Egyptian facade (incongruously framing its never-really-used full name, “Bewley’s Oriental Café”) is a relic of a European craze for all things Ancient Egyptian, following the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb just 5 years before the cafe opened.