Molly McGee's Irish Pub Green Bay, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
401 S. Washington St.
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Molly McGee's Irish Pub Description
Molly McGee's Irish Pub> Reviews
4.5 out of 5
based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Map of Molly McGee's Irish Pub
Molly McGee's Irish Pub Events
Molly McGee's Irish Pub Basics
- Mon - Fri 3PM - Close
Sat - Sun 1PM - Close
- Price Range
- Inexpensive $(under$8)
- Not Accepted
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard
Molly McGee's Irish Pub Features
- Beer, Full Bar
- Outdoor Seating
- The deck is always open for those who might want to smoke/enjoy a fine cigar with a drink in hand.
- Molly's doesn't really serve food. However Fox Harbor (across the street) will deliver to Molly's at no cost. Molly's does have an outside deck and bar, the outside bar is normally only open Thursday - Saturday nights when the weather allows.
Bar Review of Molly McGee's in Green Bay, WI
March 10, 2011
It was a Saturday night and I was on my way to a going away party, but my girlfriend and I had just enough time to stop for a quickie. We stopped at Molly McGee's Irish Pub. It's located downtown and it's been around since maybe the end of last year. It used to be called South End Pub which that used to be called Heros which that used to be called Your Mom. Kidding on the last one! Anyway. Molly McGee's does have a small parking lot but it was full so we parked on the side street for FREE parking. I really, really do love it that there is free parking everywhere here, it's simply awesome. And if you're not comfortable parking on the street there was another car lot right across the side street. Do NOT park there because I said to, but check it out first and make sure there's no sign in big letters declaring NO PARKING that I missed. I have been known to miss the obvious more than once.
Inside Molly McGee's the walls are painted green and there is some random Irish decor hanging on the walls too. What I really liked were some of those old Guinness posters from way back when; they're way cool and totally fit the theme at Molly's. This in combination with the dark wooded bar really makes it seem, well, Irish-like. And speaking of Irish-like, where do you think you're going to celebrate St. Patrick's Day?? Hmmm, well there are some really great bars to choose from but I would also consider Molly McGee's too. They will be open bright and early at 6AM ready to serve you some Guinness (or any other beer) with your Lucky Charms (yes, they will actually have Lucky Charms).
On tap Molly carries Miller Lite, Bud Light, Guinness, Bass, and Hinterland's Pale Ale. In bottles they have more of the Miller, Bud and Coors Light products and a few local favorites like Spotted Cow, Amstel Light, Corona and more. They even have wine and I don't mean in those little airplane bottles either. Molly's has more than a few choices for your favorite types of reds and whites. And of course, there is a fully stocked liquor bar too. We ordered a Coors Light bottle and a Cab Sauv. Those party favors ran us $10.50.
There was such a dynamic crowd at Molly's ranging in age and how they were dressed. It just looked like everyone was having a blast. There were people mingling, chatting it up with the owner and bartenders, playing their favorite music on the internet jukebox, or merrily drinking. Molly McGee's may not be brand new, but still, what a great addition to the downtown area. Will I see you there on St. Patrick's Day??