nice bartender, great place, great bands, good drink, always enjoyed bar, bad service, nice atmosphere
Super easy parking which is usually the biggest bummer about music lounges and bars. Laid back atmosphere and great place to see up and coming bands. Also one of the friendliest and most attentive bar staff in LA.
At this LA landmark you'll find Irish folk songs, Irish beer and a whole lotta Irish spirit whether or not it is St. Patrick's Day. Good, cheap brews and great live music.
Great Bar - Great Bartender! - Great Music!.
This place is the same great place I used to gig at.
I don't know what the other dude is talking about, the bartenders are AMAZING! He was probably drunk and unruly!
Truly friendly and warm, Molly Malones is THE Irish Pub for LA. Thank God for them.
Do yourself a favor and try it for yourself! You will have a great time at this place! : )
nice atmosphere except for the bartender.
watch out for the bartender- short girl with brown hair- I think her name is Annette- she was very rude, and actually had us kicked out after starting a fight by insulting me. then, the next week she was rude to a friend and had them kicked out too!
otherwise, i always enjoyed this bar! i was a regular, but not anymore. there is no point in spending money for someone to yell at you!
unfortunately, the manager didn't seem too interested in reprimanding her either. i guess he would rather loose business.
* bathrooms are hideous
* weak, expensive drinks
* rude bartender
I came in Monday with a couple of friends to check out a band we know.
Let's just say that I won't be back any day soon. I asked for a drink and the bartender was so rude. There are other bars in the area where business is appreciated.
Mind the Guinness. Visited from out of state. Lively music and good mix of a crowd. Proprietor's daughter served us -- a great personality. Only complaint, the Guinness was a bit rancid...clean those lines weekly.
Great place to unwind.
Awesome place to unwind and grab a few drinks. Service is great, and the bartenders know how to pour a good drink.
Just moved here from Ft. Lauderdale and wasn't in the mood to go club hopping, but still wanted to get out & have a drink. Molly's was perfect!
Lively Fairfax pub does Irish with a contemporary twist..
As one of the first city taverns re-licensed after Prohibition, Molly's has always occupied a spot in the hearts of locals. This cozy venue specializes in traditional Celtic and contemporary folk sounds, plus rock and blues. Neil Boyle's portraits decorate the walls, highlighting 30 years of Molly's regulars. Come at lunchtime for classic pub grub such as fish-and-chips, burgers and corned beef. If you don't feel like sitting in the dark, go ahead and grab a seat at an outdoor table.
Nice Bar, Nice Staff. Went on a Wednesday night to see a band. Paid a $6 cover. Nice crowd. Good beer. Good bartender. The music in the front bar isn't so loud that you can't talk. Overall cool bar for L.A.
Aye, tis' good. A fine Irish pub with decent prices and a fun atmoshpere. More of a relaxed neighborhood bar than a singles joint, with an interesting mix of people. The bands are hit and miss, but with enough Guinness they all sound good. Plus Flogging Molly on the jukebox, which is always a plus.
A Pub in LA?. In a city that has as much character as Fresno, I was shocked that we stumbled upon, apparently, the only pub in LA. Being from Chicago, you can find an Irish bar every 100 yards, but this one would fit right in. Good jukebox, Guinness, and darts. Add in 3 good bands for no cover and this is the place to set up camp. The live music is in one room and the bar in the other and that set-up works great. Oh, and a few pretty girls there didn't hurt either.
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