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All reviews irish pub victoria street great pub bric a brac opening hours are adorning the walls friday saturday cold guinness greeted warmly pleasant member of staff twin brother moorfields train station highly recommend you visit serving bar liverpool city centre great decor hen party
Liverpool is home to so many Irish pubs ,Molly Malones Pub is just one of many such pubs I always enjoy visiting.
This pub is big ,the interior of superb, a cute looking serving bar, all the Irish bric a brac adorning the walls and...ceiling you would expect to find in a good Irish pub and tv's and big screens to enjoy the sport, there's also plenty of seating options spread throughout this pub, all in all its a great pub.
We were here on a Thursday afternoon, we track and traced and sanitised our hands and we were allocated a table were a very pleasant member of the bar team took our order of a guinness each, poured in the correct manner even allowing time for the all important settle, we settled down and planned out the day ahead while sipping our guinness.
My guinness was absolutely superb, a thick, creamy and most importantly iced cold guinness bursting with taste, on a hot afternoon it was just so good being in such a lovely pub enjoying a quality brew.
We really enjoyed our guinness in here and although our visit was only fleeting as on every other visit to The Molly Malones Pub we had a very positive experience.
Molly Malones Pub is easy to locate along Victoria Street.
Opening hours are;
Monday to Thursday, Midday till 11pm.
Friday & Saturday, Midday till 2am.
Sunday, Midday till 11pm.
A wonderful Irish pub, if you're in this part of Liverpool most definitely well worth seeking out.More
First arrived to be seated on a double couch with someone sitting at the edge of the couch!! If you like your feet sticking to the floor then this is the place for you!! No social distancing in place what so ever. The bar staff...took our drinks order, 20 mins later still no drinks and yet people after us that came in got there drinks. Eventually got our drinks!! The next is the toilets omg I’ve never experienced the state of the women’s toilet use your imagination!! I couldn’t even begin to describe them!!! The whole place was dirty it should closed down quick or in need of a major refurbishment. Never again will I visit which I can only explain is a dive!!More
Molly Malone's on Victoria street is a superb Irish pub and is one of many Irish pubs and bars in the city centre.
A big pub with an open-plan Irish themed interior with many interesting fixtures and features and a superb range of seating options....They offer a superb food and drinks menu and all the food ingredients are locally sourced and also freshly cooked.
A great pub to watch sport as there are many TV screens throughout the pubs interior and the bar staff in here are very friendly.After we gave track and trace details we took our seat and as it's still table service a friendly staff member came to our table and we ordered a few glasses of Guinness.
The Guinness was excellent as it alway's is in here and well priced for a pub of this quality.This is an excellent pub and is well worth visiting and is very easy to find from Moorfields train station turn left onto Dale street and right onto Stanley street it's on the corner of Victoria street.
(This is my second review of Molly Malones).
Hours May Differ From Above Due To The Covid 19 Restrictions.
Nearest Bus Stop
Metquarter bus stop.
Nearest Train Station.
Moorfields train station.More
Such a pity about staff and poor service particularly from barman with hat on- no manners and should not work in service. Atmosphere and live music was great but unfortunately extremely rude staff (one in particular) will prevent me from returning here.
Always pay a visit to Molly Malones when we are in Liverpool brings a sile to my face and reminds me of my time living in Ireland.
It has a great atmosphere when live music is on and an excellent pint of Guinness.
I love mollys it’s one of my favourite bars in town but every time we visit the girl with the ginger hair is always rude and makes us all feel uncomfortable and unwelcome. All of my friends feel the same about her that it makes...us feel like she is chasing us out before we even get a drink. So unwelcoming!!!More
Brilliant little pub, came on a Tuesday evening so was pretty quite but the young lass behind the bar was very polite and helpful with things to do in the city, cute little cocktails too and not too expensive.