Molly Malones is a Devonport institution – famous for great meals, live music, bar and great craic!
Welcome to Molly’s, a Devonport institution that has a reputation unsurpassed on the North West Coast for great value dining, comfortable bars, state-of-the-art gaming room, free entertainment and great craic!
Whether it’s catching up with friends or partying the night away, Molly’s is the place to be on Saturday nights with great entertainment every week – and no cover charge.
Come and experience the great atmosphere at Molly’s today.
Bar & Entertainment
Molly Malone’s is THE place to go for the best craic on the North West Coast, with 4 great bars to choose from.
With a fantastic range of local and international beers on tap, Mollys is the only place in Devonport to serve Guinness the way it should be – straight from the tap!
At the Sports Bar at Mollys you can also catch all of the latest national and international sports on the Foxtel screens!
The Front Bar is a great place to catch up with friends, with a relaxed vibe. There’s live music every Thursday night. Happy Hour is 5pm – 7pm every Friday and is the place to go for an after work drink or to start off your night out.
The Restaurant Bar is where it all happens on a Saturday night with live music on the main stage and a packed dance floor.
Enjoy fun and entertainment in our Gaming Room, offering 30 state of the art gaming machines, featuring a range of the latest games from Lightning Cash to favourites like Kelly Country Dancing Dollars.
Enhance your experience with our complimentary tea & coffee and soft drinks available to gaming machine players.
Popular with the locals, relax and be hosted in our comfortable Gaming Lounge where you can enjoy a game of TASkeno, big screen entertainment, a wide range of refreshments.
A value light options menu is available all day for your refreshment.
The youngest daughter of fishmongers Patrick & Colleen, Molly Malone is a popular Irish figure who is said to have lived in Dublin in the 19th century. Legend has it that her beauty was unrivalled in the village, which made her passing at the tender age of 17 a tragedy for the local lads. Such was the outpouring of grief that the pubs for 16 miles in every direction were obliged to stay open around the clock for three days following her untimely death!