Sunday, March 17, 2013
'Tis the season!
Whether you are truly Irish or just faking it on the 17th, is no matter: corned beef and soda bread at Molly's are a delicious way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, the month of March or, well, just dinner. Clark's only Irish pub serves up the tender salt-cured beef two ways. For lunch, it's on rye with mustard, plus a side of fries or potato salad ($7.99). For dinner, the corned beef is sliced and served with its signature mate, cabbage, plus boiled potatoes ($14.99). Molly's soda bread is made in house from and sells yearround for $10. It also makes an appearance in the bread baskets at dinner, so those who won't polish off a whole loaf can have a sample. Pair it all with – what else? – a creamy pint of Guiness straight from the tap.
Monday, March 4, 2013
An appearance from the iconic Irish folk band.
An appearance from the iconic Irish folk group.
Friday, May 4, 2012
We tallied the votes and this Central Avenue spot is Clark and Garwood's favorite place for brunch.
The votes are in: Molly Maguire's is our readers' favorite place for brunch in Clark and Garwood. In fact, Molly's is one of the only places in town where you can even find a Sunday brunch. This pub does the meal with panache, offering up Irish favorites like soda bread and corned beef hash alongside traditional options with an Irish touch – think waffles and crepes with Irish cream. And, of course, there are the breakfast standards – French toast, pancakes, eggs Benedict, an omelette station, steak and eggs and more – plus lunch faves from Molly's regular menu. Customers have the option of the buffet ($12.95 for adults, $8.95 for kids) or an ala carte menu. And don't forget Molly's "eye openers" (this is a bar after all): Bloody Marys, …
Saturday, March 17, 2012
The luck of the Irish is abundant in Union County.
Are you Irish or just Irish for a day? Here, a round-up of all things St. Patrick's Day. In the comments, tell us what you like about St. Patrick's Day and take our poll, below. Looking for an Irish pub? Check out the Readers' Choice poll we ran this week asking voters to pick their favorite. Kilkenny House in Cranford took the top prize. Our story covers the devastation the pub saw in the wake of Hurricane Irene and how the business regrouped and reopened. Then, watch our video with Kilkenny House owner Barry O'Donovan, where he tells us about how St. Patrick's Day is celebrated in Ireland, shows us how to pour a perfect pint of Guinness and delights us with his awesome brogue. Our own Molly Maguire's in Clark took second place in our …
Friday, February 17, 2012
Find your music of choice and go have some fun in the clubs of Union County.
BAR Crossroads Jimi Hendrix Tribute; Black Velvet Fate; Dylan Roth; Dumb Kids in the Back Sat: Drakkar & Noirs, Rick Cantor Band, Cover This Sun: School of Rock: Black Sabbath Tribute; Gorilla Battle of Bands xxroads.com Sat: The JT Project Sun: Joe Regan Sat: Into the Void: Music of Black Sabbath Sun: A Need for Reason, Rapid Fire, Sout of Polaris