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Posted by Brennan on 02/17/2013
Nice, cozy authentic Irish pub, and I know authentic as I've been to the Emerald isle. Outtasight french fries, burgers, steaks . . . just a great warm place to grab a pint in your favorite jeans and relax by the fire. A true neighborhood gem.
Posted by anonymous on 12/11/2012
This is perhaps the most authentic Irish Pub in Manhattan. The food is solid and the service is top notch. On three recent attempts, however, we have not been able to get in, as the place has become overwhelmed by students from the nearby NYU dorm.
Posted by anonymous on 12/30/2010
Wonderful for work lunch and simple dinner. Just order the burger (i usually get cheeseburger or bacon/cheeseburger) with fries. Extremely tasty. Huge portion too. The pub is a bit too dark for me but who cares. Def. a local neighborhood gem rather than tourist attraction. I highly recommend it!
Posted by Meowww on 06/08/2010
Yummy! Molly's: laid-back, casual, home-cooked meal, hand-cut fries, salty onion rings, beefy burgers, and classic Irish beers on tap. If yon't mind the saw dust on the floor, dimly light booths, overly loud happy hour, a mix of cute business men along with the drunken regulars at the bar, then you'll fit right in.
Posted by MAXIMILIAN on 05/25/2010
Molly's is one of my favorite places in the city. Especially in the wintertime, when they have their fireplace going and the place is filled with drinkers who've come in from the cold. The food here is very good. I tend to get the buffalo burger which is always nicely done. It has your standard Irish fare such as stews and corned beef and cabbage, so it really sticks to your ribs. The staff is about as far away from glam as you can get. The old men behind the bar gruffly slam a drink down for you, and if they like you, they may "top you off" for free. The waitresses are all frumpy ladies, but they're nice and remind you of a family member. The staff demeanor is actually part of the charm of the place and I wouldn't change a thing. Highly recommended (esp. in the winter)
Posted by NYC Arthur on 02/23/2010
I was there last week at 8:00 on a Thursday night with one other person. Despite there being 1 table for 6 and 2 tables for 4 open, we were unapologetically told we would have to wait until a table for 2 opened up. I told them that we would wait a little while but no more. After 10 minutes, we were told once again that we would have to continue waiting even though there were 16 open seats. I asked the manager if he expected two parties of 4 and another party of six to come in any minute and he told me seating was up to the waitresses (who seemed as if they couldn't crack a smile if their lives depended on it). I told them that they could either seat us or we would go elsewhere. After being told "Don't worry, someone will be paying their check soon," we just went to a restaurant which was willing to seat us rather than leave seats open for non-existent customers. The sawdust on the floor by the way, while probably authentic, does give the impression of being there to catch vomit at a moment's notice. Avoid this dive.
Posted by Jeremy on 07/12/2009
I ordered the traditional irish breakfast.It was super salty,the sausage and ham.In addition,they well cooked them. I do not think the irish food supposed to be this salty. Anybody share the same experience?