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Beer Flights, New Menu & Rooftop Dining at Molly Maguire's

A new season brings a new reason to visit Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pub. Take a flight to Ireland with Molly Maguire's new beer flights, indulge on Chef Jerry Eichner's new menu, while dining al fresco on the rooftop deck.

Introducing Beer Flights
Molly Maguire's is pleased to introduce draft beer flights into their current core of offerings. Molly's flights offer a set of four 5 ounce servings for $6, designed for guests to try a variety of draft beers. To kick off the flights, Molly's is offering specialty flights at a specialty price of $5 during Happy Hour from 6-8pm on Thursday & Friday. Thursdays, go all Irish with Guinness, Smithwick's, Harp & Magner's Irish Cider. On Fridays, enjoy the taste of summer with seasonal flights featuring Victory Summer Love, Magic Hat #9, Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat & Sam Adams Summer Ale. In addition, guests can always select their own flights from a fantastic line-up of drafts including Stone IPA, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Blue Moon and more.

Rooftop Dining
Molly Maguire's rooftop dining offers an unmatched visual feast. Perched atop Molly Maguire's, guests will enjoy dinner and a pint with a bird's eye view of the bustling street below. Rooftop dining is available weather permitting.

New Menu
Executive Chef Jerry Eichner is pleased to unveil his new menu featuring authentic Irish staples that include traditional Fish & Chips, Irish Stew, Dublin-Style Bangers & Mash and Braised Steak & Guinness Pie, as well as his take on American classics. Below is a preview of some of the new items on the menu. View the full menu here: http://www.mollymaguirespubs.com/

Molly’s Monster Soft Pretzels
2 Jumbo soft pretzels lightly brushed with butter and
dusted with a special “House Blend” of seasonings.
Served with a Guinness mustard sauce and a bacon ranch dressing. $8.95

Molly’s Mound Of Mussels
2 lbs of Mussels with your choice of “White” or
“Red” sauce, served on a bed of Linguini and
accompanied with our Irish Brown bread. $18.95

The Chop
An 8 oz mouth watering pork chop “Bone In” brushed
with our homemade Barbecue sauce and grilled to
perfection. Topped with caramelized red onion and
served with sweet potato fries, Coleslaw and baked beans. $18.95

Something Healthy
Grilled eggplant, zucchini, roasted red peppers,
fresh greens, pesto mayo and cheddar cheese
served on a sun-dried tomato wrap. $8.95

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!

Free Parking:
There is free parking available 7 days/nights a week in Phoenixville, behind Molly Maguire's in the gravel parking lot on Main Street.

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