American Yacht Harbor, Red Hook
Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Very popular with yacht crews, Molly Molones “Irish Yacht
Pub” is on the waterfront overlooking the Marina. The large
circular bar is the center of attention in the inner dining
area, while the bulk of the tables are set on a canvas-covered
terrace directly on the boardwalk.
Breakfast is the biggest lure here. Molly's McOmlettes in-
clude the “St. Thomas” (peppers, onions, ham and cheddar)
and the “St. Croix” (mushrooms, tomatoes and Swiss
cheese). Other options are eggs benedict, French toast, pan-
cakes, broiled steak n' eggs and the huge Ulster Fry (eggs,
sausage, bacon, fried tomatoes and potatoes). The menu also
includes a score of breakfast sandwiches.
Traditional Irish specialties such as corned beef and cab-
bage, shepherd's pie, fish 'n chips and bangers 'n mash are
served for lunch and dinner. There are a dozen burgers, deli
sandwiches and hot sandwiches available as well. Heartier
baby-back ribs and Irish poached salmon.
Breakfast 7-11 am, lunch 11 am-3 pm, dinner 5-11 pm,
brunch (Sat & Sun) 7 am-2 pm.
The same people also own A Whale
Of A Tale , an attractive air-condi-
tioned seafood and pasta restaurant
on the second level of the Yacht Har-
bor. Dinner only, 5-10 pm nightly.