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A GREAT PLACE TO EAT

MANCHESTER’S FAVORITE LOCAL RESTAURANT

breakfast restaurant Manchester

ABOUT US

Murphy’s Diner opened in February 2012, under the ownership and operation of Keith Murphy, the proprietor of next-door Murphy’s Taproom.

Recognizing a local demand for additional morning and late-night dining options, in late 2011 Keith Murphy leased the long-vacant garage at 516 Elm Street and performed extensive renovations. Opening in February 2012, Murphy’s Diner is based on an eatery in North Baltimore that gave Keith Murphy his start in the restaurant industry, Ralphie’s Diner.

The diner is modeled after Ralphie’s Diner, formerly located in Timonium, Maryland, where Keith got his start in the restaurant industry.  Offering speedy, friendly service and consistently good food, Murphy’s Diner has quickly become a fixture in downtown Manchester.Upscale and clean, the American diner represents a time before poodle skirts and stainless steel facades, the art deco era. Our family restaurant has quickly become a landmark in downtown Manchester, known for consistently good food and friendly, efficient service.

Award Winning Diner

MURPHY’S DINER

OPEN DAILY AT 7AM

Murphy’s Diner    Manchester, NH

Breakfast Menu

MURPHY’S DINER   MANCHESTER, NH

LUNCH AND DINNER MENU

MURPHY’S DINER   MANCHESTER, NH

KIDS MENU

AVAILABLE MONDAY-FRIDAY 7AM-9AM

99CENT BREAKFAST DIGITAL MENU

OPEN DAILY AT 7AM

COMPLETE DIGITAL DINER MENU

SPECIALS

HAPPY HOUR

4PM-6PM DAILY

DRINKS MENU

BEER, WINE, & LIQUOR

20% OFF DISCOUNT

SENIORS 55+

25% OFF DISCOUNT

VETERANS & EMERGENCY PERSONNEL

4PM – 6PM DAILY

1/2 PRICE APPETIZERS & DRAFT BEERS

Get In Touch!

Have questions? We’ll be happy to answer! We value your feedback, positive or negative! All messages will go directly to Keith Murphy.

SNHU EVENTS

Murphy’s Diner is open during Southern New Hampshire University Arena Events providing a great place to eat before and or after your visit to the SNHU Arena. .

*Our friends at the Manchester Health Department want to make sure you know that eating undercooked meat or seafood is bad for you.
*We think this is common sense.
*Prices shown may be different than what is in house on menu.
*Menu items may also be different than what is in house on menu.