Pub of the Week: Molly Malone’s🍀
- Maria Vittoria Borriello
- On August 24, 2016
Let’s get a little taste of Ireland by visiting Molly Malone’s pub. The Brighton pub got its name from a fictional tale character in Dublin known to be a young fishmonger with a sad story. Molly Malone is in the centre of town nearby the beach, it is a traditional Irish style boozer with a vintage atmosphere. With the the Irish symbol of luck on its side, the pub is the best place to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day parties where it flushes green, Guinness and the clacking of Irish dancers reign supreme.
Shined by the emerald lights, you will be plunged into the Irish world. Indeed this two floor venue is dressed up by many literary and historical portrayals and typical rustic interiors. In this real Irish atmosphere you can find the best poured pint of Guinness or the best Irish whiskey.
The pub is a sweet and charming hub that has a huge selection of beers and serves freshly prepared pub food, including some of their favourite Irish dishes. It also provides weekly drinks deals. It is perfect for the ale drinkers of Brighton, even boasting their own famous Brighton stout.
The wide dance floor allows you to dance and sing with your groups of friends thanks to brilliant live music that can take you into the early hours of the morning. For this reason the pub is usually full of people having a laugh!
You can also spend your night watching live sports on a big screen as the offer all live Gaelic games and the rugby World Cup. The pub has also a ground floor room to hire for any private parties.
Molly Malone’s is an homage to Irish boozers of old and a classic dabble in the emerald Isles without leaving the Brighton shores!