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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Patrick Molloy’s!

February 26, 2012

Happy hour starts from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, many stores are in the holiday spirit at the Hermosa Beach Pier. While the stores are getting ready for the holiday, everyday is St. Patrick’s Day at Patrick Molloy’s.

Not only do they offer drinks from domestic to imported beer every day of the week, but also high end liquors and specialty drinks at half the price from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. It is like celebrating St. Patrick’s Day midday everyday.

They have happy hour for drinks and a variety of food. With the happy hour prices ranging from $2.50 to $7, the bill would be cheaper for a large group, than partying and celebrating at a bar without the happy in happy hour. People can leave Molloy’s with big smiles on their faces and happy stomachs with extra cash in their pockets.

With the extra cash and drink in their system, people can shop around, as Patrick Molloy’s is located in the heart of the pier. Drinkers can also hop from bar to bar, so they can mingle with different people while having cheap drinks and enjoying different types of food.

The pet-friendly pier also acquires a free petting entertainment of dogs parked outside the bars, while the owners drink away as they take advantage of the happy hour and events that occur every day of the week at Patrick Molloy’s.

Drive to Hermosa today to have thirst quenching drinks and delicious food!

Photos by Sera Kim

Patrick Molloy interior and atmosphere.

Video by Sera Kim

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