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At The Dead Poet, you can come for the literary atmosphere (framed verses from Joyce and Dickinson line the walls, and the bar even boasts a small library), but stay for the large selection of genuine Irish whiskeys and the dozen-plus beers on tap. Regular tipplers can even join the “Guinness Club”—patrons who drink more than 100 Guinnesses in the establishment over several months or years get their name added to the bar’s hall of fame.