|Ambiance |||Irish, After Work, Neighbourhood, Pub|
|Music Genres |||Irish & Celtic, Local, Rock|
|Payment |||MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||C-train - Sunnyside Station|
|Cross Street |||Kensington Road|
|Monday – Sunday 11:30AM – 2AM|
Profile Last Updated: March 02, 2009
The trendy Kensington Avenue district is proud to have Molly Malone’s as part of its funky, cultural offerings. A delightful Irish pub and restaurant featuring a variety of cozy rooms for eating and drinking during the winter months, on a hot day order up a Guinness, plant yourself on the patio, and watch the world go by. The daytime is comfortable quiet, while evenings promise to be livelier with Irish music on tap. There’s plenty of TVs if you have the urge to watch a game, or two.
Traditional Irish Fare
The lunch, appetizer and dinner menus offer a mix of regular pub fare (soups, dips, calamari, burgers, sandwiches, and chicken dishes) as well as traditional Irish fare. There are three types of mussel dishes, including the Drunken Mussels, which are tossed with beer and Creole sauce – Wow! Molly Malone’s wouldn’t be an Irish pub without Irish stew made with beef tips, potatoes, Portobello mushrooms and carrots, and served with sourdough bread.
A Wee Bit of Irish Blarney
One word of caution, if ghost stories upset you, you might want to avoid Molly’s library and female washroom, where reports of a strange fog-like apparition and sudden cold temperatures surfaced during construction. Whether it’s scary stuff or just a wee bit of Irish blarney, come on in and they’ll let you be the judge.