Mollie’s Bar & Diner, Fiztroy

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MELBOURNE | Mollie’s Bar & Diner is a Fitzroy venue that’s managed to exist under the radar for a while. We were recently enjoying a kebab at Biggie Smalls when we noticed, across the road and upstairs, what appeared to be a bar that we hadn’t noticed before. We finished our kebabs and headed across to see what the story was.

Mollie’s Bar & Diner offers an assortment of American style diner food, along with Aussie pub classics. From cheeseburgers to parmas, and pizzas to tacos, the food here is no nonsense and quite tasty – good value for money too if you grab one of the specials. The drinks range doesn’t veer from the CUB range of offerings, but all drinks are well priced, and the Thursday happy hour ($2.00 tap beer pots) is one of the best in town.

The interior is an interesting mix of eclecticism, featuring a vintage diner caravan and a tree along with fairy lights and a few disco balls. Outside is a fantastic beer garden, offering a great space from which to enjoy some fresh air and sunlight while looking out onto Smith Street.

Mollie’s Bar & Diner might not being doing anything particularly unique, and isn’t the most interesting bar in this part of town, but it gets enough right to warrant a visit. Sometimes a beer garden and well priced food and beer is all you need.

Mollie’s Bar & Diner

Level 1, 103 Smith Street
Fitzroy
Victoria 3065
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9416 3960
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://molliesbaranddiner.com.au/

Open
Wed – Thu: 3:00pm to 1:00am
Fri – Sun: 12:00pm to 1:00am

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