value the ends of their rainbows as a place to find extra parking-meter change. Enjoy camaraderie at close proximity with today’s Groupon to Molly Blooms in Sunnyside. Choose between the following options:
- For $18, you get a brunch or lunch for two (up to a $40 total value).
- For $34, you get a brunch or lunch for four (up to an $80 total value).
Each diner gets the following:
* One entree (up to a $12 value)
* Two bloody marys or mimosas (an $8 value)
Brunch is served between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily, and lunch is served between noon and 7 p.m. daily.
Molly Blooms’s Irish charm welcomes local diners, inviting tastes of the locally sourced, authentic Irish fare from their menu. Perched atop an upholstered barstool or snuggled into a plush red booth, brunch-goers herald the start of their day by diving into a hearty Irish breakfast that acts as a sampler platter of the Emerald Isle’s mornings. Two eggs sit on a protein-packed plate of sausages, bacon, and meaty white and black puddings, giving diners the strength to tear the Blarney Stone in twain or spend hours pretending they did. After Molly Blooms’s antique Manchester clock strikes noon, parties begin trawling the lunch menu for midday sustenance. Brown bread traps Parisian flavor and petite french cornichons in a ham and gruyere sandwich, and the chef pairs battered cod with hand-cut chips and Sarson’s malt vinegar. At each meal, noshers chase bites of their fare and extinguish spontaneous fires with two drinks, sipping rich bloody marys or effervescent mimosas.
Molly Blooms laces itself with Victorian Irish style and bends the laws of physics in a space that stays both cozy and spacious enough to accommodate gaggles of social revelers. Warm lanterns welcome patrons to the pub, and friends chortle between clapping games under an elaborately patterned ceiling. Bottles line the walls beneath arches of carved wood and an arsenal of taps keeps brews flowing behind a dark wooden bar seething with stoic character. The décor aims to reflect both the old world and a commitment to their Sunnyside home, as much of it was hand-crafted by local carpenters.