Visited late afternoon on a Saturday. Street parking is available. Walking distance from a lot of other great bars. Worn in Irish pub. Plenty of seating. My wife and I were the only ones here for our visit. Service was very personable and friendly. Food was decent. They had a traditional section to their menu, which I ordered from. I had lamb stew and my wife had corned beef and cabbage. We both enjoyed our food. The beer selection was a bit plain for what I had grown accustomed to seeing in the area. Some craft beers on tap. Many English and Irish brands offered. Pricing was fair.
Probably my least favorite of the Irish Triangle (Oísheas, Flanniganís, Mollyís). Doesnít have the selections of OíSheas or Flanniganís and the food isnít as good but itís a decent place if you judge it by itself. Not too shabby.
This is one of the better Irish Pubís to go to on Bardstown Road. Mollyís is not what is used to be when it first opened several years ago, but it is still a very nice place to go sit outside and get good food and cold beer. The beer selection could be better, but you can always find something you like.
Chudwick (184) Taylor Mill, Kentucky | May 15, 2010| Updated August 30, 2011
A nice place until itís overrun with the alcoholics. Service is standard, but occasionally moody. Food is, you guessed it, Irish. Offers televised rugby and soccer games regularly, definitely a plus. Can get loud and crowded, but manageable before 11:00 at night.
As the previous reviewer stated, itís a nice place. Itís an Irish style bar. I didnít think they had much of a beer selection. The food is decent but overpriced. Parking shouldnít really be a problem. Service the last 2 times I went there has been nonexistent. Was sitting outside and couldnít get a server to wait on us and when they did, they didnít do a good job checking on us or giving us our checks. There are better Irish restaurants in Louisville than this place.