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Molly Bloom's Irish Pub

191 College St,
Toronto, Ontario
M5T 1P9

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Molly Bloom's Irish Pub Operating Hours
12:00 PM - 02:00 AM
11:00 AM - 02:00 AM
11:00 AM - 02:00 AM
11:00 AM - 02:00 AM
11:00 AM - 02:00 AM
11:00 AM - 02:00 AM
11:00 AM - 02:00 AM
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Molly Bloom's Irish Pub, Restaurant, Toronto

For Inquiries or Reservations call: 416.916.6448
Molly Bloom's Irish Pub Description
James Joyce's famed novel Ulysses chronicles the events of a single day in Dublin, Ireland, through June 16th, 1904. In those times, Dublin was a town with little employment, and the townfolk had little else to do but wander through the city, entertaining themselves at the many taverns. The town was down on its luck, but the Irish spirit still soared through music, myth, politics and pints. The subject matter of Ulysses was so controversial in its day, that the novel was banned in North America until fourteen years after its first publication. Still, a number of bootleg copies found their way from continental Europe to Canada, and legend has it that two very closely guarded copies are rumoured to exist in Collingwood. Now, in our more reasonable times, Ulysses is widely regarded to be the finest novel ever written. Molly Bloom was the wife of Ulysses main protagonist, Leopold Bloom. Molly was described as a beautiful woman, with a remarkable independence of spirit. She had her own career as a distinguished professional singer. She was also... well, not terribly faithful to her husband. In fact, the majority of the novel's action unfolds as Leopold wanders through Dublin, passing the time while Molly entertains one of her many lovers back home. Still, she is foremost in Leopold's thoughts throughout the day. Molly Bloom was a women ahead of her time, at ease with herself both socially and sexually. Love and song were integral to her personality. Molly Bloom has even been called a symbol of Ireland itself, for Ireland remains a land which has always reveled in the joys of song, socialization, a pint of stout, and still, a bit of sin... Molly Bloom's Irish Pub is our own tribute to James Joyce's legendary creation. So please, take a seat, enjoy the "Craic", and raise an Irish pint with some old friends, while raising a toast to new ones.
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