Molly Spillane's, Mamaroneck's New Hot Spot

Taking over a space formerly occupied by law offices, Molly Spillane’s quickly is livening up a sedate end of Mamaroneck Avenue. The sister restaurant of Mickey Spillane’s in Eastchester, the two-floor, 9,000 square-foot Molly Spillane’s aims to please a mixed crowd of all ages, from families and singles, to serious diners and sports fans.

The dining room’s handsome décor is a blend of dark mahogany and brick; large front windows open up for an alfresco dining experience, while outdoor sidewalk seating makes for prime people-watching during the warmer months. The centerpiece of the dining area is the enormous Cheers-esque bar containing 16 high-def televisions tuned in to the latest sporting event.

The restaurant’s most popular feature is sure to be its large patio, complete with tables and umbrellas, wicker chairs for lounging, and even an open-air fireplace, so customers can enjoy the outdoor seating when the weather turns cool.
Upstairs is a party room that can be reserved for private parties and events of up to 100 people. The room contains its own bar, patio, and a complete sound system.
Molly Spillane’s menu mixes traditional pub grub (wings, mozzarella sticks, nachos) with more upscale restaurant fare. Starters include sliders and portobello mushrooms stuffed with spinach and goat cheese. Seafood fans will enjoy the wasabi tuna, little neck-clams (steamers), and fra diavolo mussels, steamed in a spicy wine-and-tomato broth.

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Spillane’s owners are particularly proud of their salads, especially the Bosc pear salad ($10.95 for entrée) made with Bosc pears, candied roasted walnuts, Gorgonzola cheese, olives, and balsamic dressing, and the Thai steak salad ($14.95) of greens topped with steak strips and served with a Thai plum dressing.

Meat lovers will gravitate towards the steaks, like the 16-ounce T-bone steak Bordelaise ($26.95) served with roasted potatoes and sautéed spinach. In a burger mood? Try a black jack Cajun burger ($10.95), topped with jalapeños, chipotle mayonnaise, and Jack cheese. Those searching for pub comfort food will be content with offerings including chicken pot pie ($14.95), Guinness beef stew ($14.95), and fish and chips ($13.95).

An all-day happy hour (11 am–7 pm) is being offered from now through mid June. With its appealingly familiar menu, lively bar scene, and outdoor seating, Molly Spillane’s is likely to be buzzing all summer long.

Molly Spillane’s
211 Mamaroneck Ave

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