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Simpson & Son Pub, originally known as O'Flanagan's Pub, is a bar in Dunkilderry, Ireland that has existed since World War II. It was named after Tom O'Flanagan, the former owner, but was later renamed after Homer and Abraham Simpson, the latest owners.
When Grampa posted overseas during World War II, he used to come to the pub. It was very popular and lots of people went there to dance, sing and drink. The Simpsons visited the pub during a trip to Ireland and learned that business had declined when Ireland become more modern and more people in Ireland started working. Homer and Grampa bought the pub after they got drunk with Tom. They renamed the bar to "Simpson & Son's Pub". At first business remained slow, but the pub became popular again after Homer and Grampa started allowing people to smoke inside. However, since this was against the law, Homer and Grampa were arrested and deported back to America. It's unknown what happened to the pub after that; it's possible that it was closed down because of the smoking violation.
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