Niels Hemmingsens Gade 32
1153 Copenhagen, Denmark
With a name taken from James Joyce's 'Ulysees', Bloomsday Bar is one of Copenhagen's more authentic Irish pubs and attracts an ex-pat crowd that includes many of the city's British and Irish writers and actors. Located on a side street between Gråbrødretorv and the Round Tower, it's easily noticeable by its pink-painted exterior. As well as the pool table on offer, it's also a good place to watch English football matches on one of the pub's many big-screens. Pub food includes hot meat pies and Irish folk music sessions take place most Sunday afternoons.