Last night I got the grand tour of the new Molly Spillane’s in Mamaroneck. It’s all set to open to the public tomorrow. And judging from the crowd’s reaction last night, it should be a big hit.
It’s right on Mamaroneck Avenue. There is sidewalk seating in front (last night the railing had just arrived and they didn’t have time to install it before opening!)
And, as you can see from the side view, there’s a patio off the back, too.
Looks a lot like Mickey Spillane’s in Eastchester, doesn’t it?
It is the same owners. Stephen Carty and Michael Hynes.
Here’s the dining room up front. It has a flat screen TV and seats about 50.
These doors onto the sidwalk open up completely. I love that.
Friends and family having a great time:
I’m not sure if you can see, but the details are gorgeous. Mahoghany, wrought iron, terrazzo floor, stonework detailing.
There is seating for about 25 in these high booths alongisde the bar:
In the back of the bar room there’s a fireplace (and another huge TV):
You walk between that and this wall o’ wine —
— to get outside.
Check this out! Fireplace. Outside. Way cool.
Heat lamps to take the chill off.
Looking down from the staircase leading up to the second floor patio.
I forgot to snap that, but it’s about one quarter the size of the downstairs one. No fireplace. But great views.
Inside the upstairs hallway. That door at the end of the hall leads out to the upstairs patio.
There’s a dining room up here too.
This half of the room can be closed off for private parties. The bar half holds about 60; the front dining room about 40. Or you can combine them for a party of 100.
I just wanted to show you that even the staff’s stations are beautiful. Marble tops:
I didn’t get the chance to taste any of the food, but the menu is very similar to Mickey Spillane’s. A lot of salads (the bosc pear sald is a huge hit, served over greens with candy roasted walnuts, gorgonzola and black olives); some bar snacks like steak crostini, quesadillas and sliders; burgers and wraps; and full size entrees lik blackened yellow fin tuna, pork chops and steaks. I’ll scan the menu and add it later.
For now, here’s the address until I get the 411 working.