Went there tonight for some entertainment and to have a laugh and joke and sadly now a wine bar. Been there lots over the last few years and couldn’t believe it when I went there tonight
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Alas, the great Molly Moggs closed it's doors finally. However, it has now had a refurb and a rename. It's gonna be called the Compton Cross and is (Allegedly) a cocktail bar. Whether this remains as a predominately LGBT+ venue remains to be seen. However,...More
Nice place to have a drink. Cheaper than other places close by but very small and slim chance of bagging a seat. Worth a visit.
Been to Mollys a few times over the years, usually on a Friday or Saturday night. This time the place was buzzing as it was open mic night. Had a great sing song with the boys and girls and was charged £10 for two G&T's,...More
Was in London last week and visited this pub, I ordered a pint of IPA and nearly fell through the floor at the price £6 So the reason I write this review is to inform tourists when using this pub ask for the price of...More
Not much to say really. Pretty quiet at a very busy time of the evening. Range of clientel. Decor interesting in fairness. Slightly under 12£ for a pint and a glass of presecco. Ouch. Staff did what the had to. Served drinks. Minimal interaction. Would...More
Came here after an evening at theatre and it was wonderful. Sang great songs with really lovely people. I would go back tomorrow if I could. Thank you for a great evening.
This had been an important part of London culture for hundreds of years. Molly's was closed just over a month ago and is already sorely missed. The boardings and hoardings now covering this icon make it look as though no-one loved it/loves it. Contrary, it...More