Already one of my favorite spots in the city, Reading Terminal got an upgrade with the opening of Molly Malloy's. It's a great use of space, with a huge, long U-shaped bar.
The food menu is extensive, and the prices are pretty good too. I stopped in here with my buddy Dan. His go to order, fish and chips, was pretty good, but a smallish portion. I felt the same way about my order, the Irish stew. We saw a good number of sandwiches come out of the kitchen, and they were pretty big.
The beer list here includes 24 or so taps, and while they didn't present me with anything new, the selection is still good. The pricing is wonky, with some beers normal prices (Bud $3, blithering idiot $5 wine glass) and some outragous (Rouge Dead Guy $9). Still, the point is there good beers are available.
Happy hour is from 4 to 6, when the bar closes. It's a bit odd that the bar closes the same time as the market.
Bottom Line: This spot is a pretty and tasty welcomed addition to reading terminal market. While its promises to be overcrowded with those on break from jury duty and conventions, it'd still worth a stop for your lunch break.
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