Top 10 bars and pubs in literature

2nd September, 2014 by Amy Hopkins

The Dingo – The Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway

The-Dingo-BarFeatured in eminent writer Ernest Hemingway’s memoir The Moveable Feast, The Dingo, otherwise known as The Dingo American Bar and Restaurant, was a bar frequented by Hemingway along with other literary luminaries in the early 20th Century. Opened in 1923 in Montparnasse Quarter of Paris, the bar was a popular haunt among artists and writers and was the place where Hemingway met fellow famed contemporary F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1925, just a few weeks after the publication of his classic novel The Great Gatsby.

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