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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 worth checking out liverpool city centre great decor
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.
Molly Malones On Victoria Street Is One Of The Many Irish Pubs And Bars In Liverpool City Centre That Offers A Superb Food And Drinks Menu.A Fairly Big Open-Plan Pub In A Lively Area Of The City Centre With Lots Of Irish Memorabilia Adorning The...More
Molly Malones Irish Pub is a pub I always enjoy visiting if I'm in this part of town.
I love the look of this pub ,wonderful decor and furnishings, all the Irish bric a brac adorning the walls and ceilings you would expect to find...More
Liverpool is justifiably famous for its multitude of good Irish pubs and one of my favourites is Molly Mslones Irish Pub, a pub I try to drop into on any trip into Liverpool city centre I take as the guinness served here is superb.
We love this pub and the musicians they have are great. Everything upstairs is lovely.
Downstairs the toilets have to be the worst in Liverpool. Absolutely grim.
and before management tell us they are being upgraded, we visited last year over the same weekend and...More
The Molly Malones Pub is a great city centre Irish pub I always look forward to visiting on any trip into Liverpool I take.
I love the look of this pub, the interior is fantastic, a proper pubby interior, great decor and furnishings including a...More
Pub was so warm n welcoming n as we were in their was a hen party celebrating, cracking nite, full of singing n dancing n the best bit of all was speaking to the guitarist when i asked him to play REVOLUTION n he kept...More
Was suggested here as we was on our lunch hour and our usual is being renovated. Was surprised to see an Irish pub looking empty for a Friday afternoon and actually asked the barmaid if they was serving food. We ordered burger and chips at...More