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Sunday Sessions & Supper at Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pub

Beginning Sunday, April 17th, Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pub in Phoenixville (197 Bridge Street, 610-933-9550) and Lansdale (329 West Main Street, 267-263-2109) will offer up some Irish family fun. Each Sunday (including Easter and Mother's Day), from 3:00 - 7:00pm, both Molly Maguire's locations will host a traditional Irish Session of live music and dancers along with a 3 course Sunday Supper for $15.95. Kids 12 years and under can chose from their very own menu for just $1. Molly Maguire's a la carte menu will also be available.

In Ireland, a traditional Irish Session is a gathering of musicians and dancers in a relaxed and informal setting. At Molly Maguire's it's good family fun. There is no charge to attend the Sunday Session. Guests are encouraged to bring their own instruments and join in!

Molly Maguire’s Sunday Sessions Supper Menu
3 Courses for $15.95 per person (plus tax & gratuity)

First Course (choose one):
Onion Soup
A classic onion soup laced with sherry, topped with house-baked garlic rubbed croutons and cheddar cheese

Potato Leek Soup
Traditional creamy blend of leeks and potatoes

Caesar Salad
Fresh crisp romaine lettuce tossed with molly’s homemade caesar dressing and house baked croutons

Garden Salad
Mixed greens topped with shredded carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers and red onions - choice of homemade dressing(s)


Second Course (choose one):
Steak and Guinness
Braised beef tips and vegetables in a rich guinness gravy, served over mashed potatoes and topped with a pastry cap

Irish Stew
A traditional stew of lamb simmered with red potatoes and vegetables in a hearty broth

Shepherd’s Pie
Savory ground beef, carrots, celery, onions and peas in homemade gravy topped with molly’s mashed potatoes

Bangers and Mash
Four bangers served with colcannon potatoes and topped with onion gravy

Fish and Chips
Delicate cod filets dipped in our house-made batter, fried to a golden brown and served with chips, coleslaw and homemade tartar sauce

Mac and Cheese
Penne pasta tossed in creamy cheddar cheese sauce with ham, baked and topped with toasted bread crumbs and parmesan cheese

Chicken Curry
Succulent pieces of chicken and vegetables in a wonderfully spiced curry sauce, served over rice


Third Course (choose one):
Bread Pudding
Irish soda bread, raisins, cinnamon, butter, nutmeg and cream all combined and baked, topped with a jameson whiskey sauce, whipped cream and powdered sugar

Ice cream scoop
A generous scoop of vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate sauce and whipped cream
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Molly Maguire's a la carte menu will also be offered

About Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pub:

Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pub, is one of the finest authentic Irish Pubs in the Philadelphia area delivering a unique, authentic and thoroughly pleasing experience. Guests who walk into Molly Maguire’s genuinely feel as if they have entered one of the many great pubs of Ireland. The friendly staff understands Irish hospitality and humor. The authentic Irish menu offers outstanding Irish cuisine. A full bar is stocked with great Irish beer along with a range of imported, national and regional beers and with a wide range of rare single malts. In addition, guests will enjoy live music, entertainment and events every week!

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