A Brighton boozer with the luck of the Irish on their side, Molly Malone's not only boast a top notch town centre location found directly by the beach, but some of the most raucous Patrick's Day parties in the city.
A traditional Irish style boozer that's rich in vintage wares, this two floor venue is clad in hearty wooden plaid. Whilst the first floor boasts broody interiors, exposed brickwork, gilded period features, walls laden in oak, rustic beer barrels and emerald green bar stools, the basement bar boasts further of the same appeal, expect darker and more fitting for a late night ale in the city. A homage to Irish boozers of old, this is a classic dabble in the emerald Isles without leaving the Brighton shores.
From taster paddles to an ever changing roster, Molly Malone's is a sweet hub for the ale drinkers of Brighton, even boasting their own famous Brighton stout. And whilst many may come for the hearty pub fare, local liquid refreshments and live sport, this bustling bank friendly pub is a party hubbub come Patrick's Day in Brighton where flushes of green, Guinness and the clacking of Irish dancers reign supreme.
To see all upcoming events view the full event calendar.
A word from the chef:
Classic comfort food are dishes of the day at Molly Malone's where hearty pub grub knows no bound. From an infamously Irish steak and Guinness pie at £8.95 to a locally sourced Mussels Malone at £8, it's pocket friendly and palate yummy.
No reviews. Be the first!