Molly Malone’s is an authentic Irish owned and operated restaurant & pub with great food, drinks and friendly service, right across the Roebling bridge from Cincinnati. We are Cincinnati’s premier soccer bar and show just about every game live. Book your next event on one of our two private floors.
Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and brunch @ 10am on Saturday and Sunday. Along with an authentic traditional fare, we offer a wide selection of great appetizers, salads and burgers.
If you are a Football fan we have the NFL Sunday Ticket with lots of large flat screens to watch your team play and for those going to the game, catch the FREE shuttle to Paul Brown Stadium.
Kick back and watch the world go by on our great patio over looking the Roebling bridge on the Ohio river.
We are a non-smoking establishment, your are welcome to enjoy a cigarette or cigar on out patio.
Irish Pub ’09
Deliver us from theme park-style bars. An Irish pub should be what an Irish pub is: a friendly neighborhood gathering place. Molly Malone’s in Covington has the atmosphere down. Couples gather at the bar, knots of friends huddle around the bar tables, and the burble of conversation is constant. (Plus, there’s football—the European kind—on the TV.) There’s also a bluegrass jam on Monday nights, pub quiz trivia on Wednesdays, and Texas hold ’em on Tuesdays. How’s that for crossing the pond? (859) 491-6659 http://www.cincinnatimagazine.com/bestofcity/default.aspx
CityBeat Best of Cincinnati
Best Celtic Pub 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018
Best Neighborhood Bar 2017
BEST HARDEST BAR TRIVIA: Every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Molly Malone’s in Covington offers one of the hardest, makes-you-feel-stupid-but-you-keep-going-back-to-try-to-prove-you-aren’t trivia nights in the area. Pub Quiz consists of seven rounds of 10 questions of “common” knowledge trivia with two rounds of general knowledge, two handout rounds, a double points round and rounds with themes like “Martin Sheen,” “The Olympics” and “The Hawaiian Islands” — you know, stuff you typically know off the top of your head. Entry is free. Play alone or with friends. At the end of each “season” qualifying teams compete for a $500 prize. And their weekly $2 beer specials help ease the pain of idiocy. 112 E. Fourth St., Covington, 859-491-6659, covington.mollymalonesirishpub.com.
Polly Campbell’s “Sandwich hall of fame.” The Fish Sandwich; 6oz fillet of beer battered north Atlantic cod on a lightly toasted marbled rye bread with lettuce, tomato, onion & topped with Molly’s own tartar sauce. “The best Irish bar in every state” BuzzFeed 2016 “Easily the best and most authentic Irish pub in the Cincinnati area. Great atmosphere, good pub grub, and knowledgeable bar staff who know the proper way to draw a pint.” “Guys, I have been on a quest to find great buffalo chicken wings since I moved to Cincinnati, and I finally found them at Molly Malone’s.”
Cincinnati Magazine – MOLLY MALONE’S IRISH PUB & RESTAURANT
If you ask to watch football, you’ll likely be treated to the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester United, or any number of European soccer teams. Practically every sect of Cincinnati soccer supporters claims the friendly Covington bar as its regional home for downing a pint of Guinness during a Saturday morning fixture. Sláinte! When To Go: Early weekend mornings. Pro Tip: Fiddles take the stage on Tuesday nights. Who’s There: Soccer supporters young and old from across the globe. 112 E. Fourth St., Covington, (859) 491-6659,