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Molly Maguire's Grand Opening planned for Sept. 29th

I haven't seen anything official, but in today's email newsletter, the Colonial Theatre indicated that Molly Maguire's will be holding their grand opening on Saturday, September 29th.

From the newsletter
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Finally, we were very excited to hear that Molly Maguire's on the corner of Bridge and Main Streets is planning their Grand Opening on Saturday, Sep 29! The celebration will include a screening of the 1970 film The Molly Maguires starring Sean Connery here at the Colonial at 2pm. Hope to see you here and there - cheers!
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Comments

Jim Jannotti said…
I think I hear angels singing.
Anonymous said…
I've heard chatter that they might be open earlier and the 29th is just the "Grand" opening. Stay tuned.
Old fans & patrons of The Royal Scot (currently The Moon Saloon crap-hole) will be pleased to see a familiar face behind the bar.
JW said…
we talking a couple days, a week?
VC said…
There was a private party there tonight 9/20. They told me to come back on Sunday. I cannot wait!!!
Anonymous said…
to annonymous from annonymous...
The Moon Saloon is a great local bar catering to the local Phoenixville crowd. I believe the owner of the Royal Scot had some serious problems and lost the place, it sounds like your taste is in your crap-hole!
Anonymous said…
I'll second Moon Saloon
as a Craphole!
Anonymous said…
The Moon Saloon is a dive. They have the Phoenixville cops come in and patrol the place because there are guys selling drugs by the pool tables in the back.

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