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Molly Malone's, Glasgow Central, Glasgow

234 Hope Street
Glasgow
G2 3PT
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Alastair Barter left this review about Molly Malone's

When checking out Molly Malone’s yesterday, it was open and trading again.

On 7th February 2019 - no rating submitted
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Alastair Barter left this review about Molly Malone's

Took photos of Molly Malone’s yesterday and saw it was closed. Another pub gone unfortunately.

On 15th July 2018 - no rating submitted
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David Ross left this review about Molly Malone's

This is a fairly typical example of the well known Irish Pub chain, so if you've been in any of the others, you'll know what to expect. It was very busy, with customers both eating and drinking, on the Saturday afternoon I popped in, although this was probably not unrelated to the fact that a live Celtic v Hibernian Scottish League Cup Semi-final had just finished showing on each of the five TV screens. Guinness was on sale at the very reasonable price of £2.99, there were Irish Republic flags above the bar and in the windows and Irish folk music was playing at a moderate level. Live music, from a presumably Irish band called The Keelies was advertized later in the evening. There was even at least one staff member with an Irish accent. The draught range, although all at more expensive prices than the Guinness, also featured Belhaven Best, Tennent's, Heineken, Stella Artois, Coors, Saint Mungo and Hop House 13 lagers and Strongbow ordinary and Dark Fruit ciders. The single room bar is of medium size, with raised areas at the corners near the windows and plenty of seating. The script on the ceiling beams saying things like "Sorting Office," "Dispatch" and "Savings Bonds," suggests that the building might once have been a Post Office, although it has been a pub for as long as I can remember. It was all predictable enough in the tradition of all the would-be Irish pubs which are to be found around the U.K., but a pleasant place to spend a few hours nevertheless.

On 23rd October 2017 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by E TA
Glasgow Queen Street, 0.41 miles, 8 min walk (show)
Glasgow Central, 0.6 miles, 11 min walk (show)
Charing Cross (Glasgow), 0.62 miles, 12 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for Molly Malone's, Glasgow
31st Mar 2019, 15:43
Pub map correction submitted by David Ross rejected with reason - Rejected by admin
 
7th Feb 2019, 16:45
Picture submitted by Alastair Barter approved

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