Mulligan’s is unique in that three of the most influential people in Literature, the performing arts and politics have visited it.
James Joyce is regarded as one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century, if not of all time.
Judy Garland is known throughout the world, not only because of her role in the Wizard of Oz but also because of her remarkable performances in other films and her skill as a singer.
In politics, John F. Kennedy is regarded as the consummate politician, the Camelot President who made people believe in themselves and in their country.
He visited Mulligan’s in the company of an Irish Press journalist, Jack Grealish, in 1947.