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Moby Dick's
Youghal, Co. Cork
Moby Dick's pub is located in the old walled town of Youghal in County Cork. The 1954 movie of the same name gave birth to this bar and its popularity in general. The film company used the pub as its base and most of the cast stayed here during the filming of the movie.

Moby Dick's in Youghal, County Cork, is a pub stacked with memorabilia connected with the film Moby Dick, which shot harbour scenes in the Youghal area. There is a video of the film available at the pub.

The owner has produced brochures for visitors to the pub, available in a variety of languages including Irish, English, French, German, Italian and Dutch.

Youghal is a vibrant town with blue flag beaches. In the heart of it all, is Moby Dick’s pub with its waterfront setting. John Huston and Gregory Peck based themselves in Moby Dick’s pub for the duration of the filming of the movie. In this peaceful setting you may again relive the sea yarn of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick surrounded by memorabilia.

Moby Dick's serves a variety of teas, coffees, soup and sandwiches, toasted sandwiches and Irish Coffee.

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Market Square, Youghal-Lands, Youghal, Co. Cork, Ireland
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