I was in the neighborhood so I thought I would drop into one of my old favorite haunts.
Now back in the day when this was pretty much my second home (I lived about half a block away) it was known as Molly Malone. Although the name and the ownership have changed, not much else has. It looks pretty much the same as it has always looked.
Just Like In The Day
I had the ever reliable Bass Ale to quench my thirst.
Still An Old Favorite
A lot of good memories in this place. I used to come in here with a friend of mine and we would drink our Bass Ales with shots of Old Grand Dad 114. One day we came in and they were out of the 114. We asked when they were going to get more in and were told they weren't going to carry it anymore because not that many people ordered it. When we protested that we ordered it a lot the bartender said that was the other reason they weren't going to carry it anymore. Ah, the good old days when we were young and wild.
Another thing that hasn't changed, their hamburgers which are some of the best you can get. The Mysterious Chinese Woman ordered a cheeseburger with mozzarella cheese.
Oh, yeah, the Mysterious Chinese Woman was lookin' good too as she dug in.
I opted for the bacon cheeseburger with chedder and then gussied it up with the raw onions and pickles.
Mine was a bit messier, though.
Messy, But Good
Ah, I have to admit, I miss this place, but Pete's Waterfront Ale House has become my new Molly Malone. But I don't go there nearly as often as I once went to Molly Malone, which was about 5 or 6 times a week. In fact I had a set of keys to my apartment hanging behind their bar in case I lost mine.
I should have tried one of their Irish Coffees, they were the absolute best that I have ever had in a bar and, for all I know, still are the best. Although their hamburgers are dynamite, all of the traditional Irish pub grub here is a generous cut above the average.
If I still lived in the neighborhood this would be where I would be hanging out.
Heading out to my Mysterious Sister-In-Law's place today for a big Memorial Day weekend. Smoking ribs for sure and who knows what else. Maybe a couple of chickens and a leg of lamb too. We will also be celebrating Jim's birthday so that means a decent feast with lobster, for sure.
We are going out today because Jim knows that I bought him Red Dead Redemption and he wants to spend a few days finishing up Zelda - Twilight Princess on the Wii before he starts it, and the Wii resides at the Mysterious Chinese Sister-In-Law's house.
Oh, yeah, speaking of the Wii, the Mysterious Chinese Sister-In-Law is a huge Beatles fan so she has that Beatles Rock Band. Watching her and my three neices, ages 7 through 12 singing along to the songs is both amusing, and a bit disturbing.
Have a wonderful Memorial Day and just think about this, Do you think the Rolling Stones would ever allow a video game to be made? Man, I really hope not.