Murphy’s Bar to expand next door, create a seafood restaurant

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  1. Sunnysider4Life

    sweet!

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  2. Pat

    Nice addition ……………..

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  3. 86Mets

    Good to see a local business expanding these days, especially in this economic climate.

    Best of luck.

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  4. King Crab legs arrive in Sunnyside

    Awesome news!!! Can’t wait to try it!

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  5. Krissi

    SO LOOKING FORWARD TO IT!

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  6. Oppressed Masses

    Great news! Now if only a decent business can locate in the long shutttered store on the corner across Skillman Ave.

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  7. JuliaJ.

    “unrelated” – to what?

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  8. Edgar

    Is the seafood going to be fresh from the East River?

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  9. Mike Novak

    Edgar….that is the kind of comment that we expect from Ruben. 😉

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  10. It's all True

    Great place – tell them to try different bands sometimes.

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  11. frank

    What’s wrong with the bands? The music there is great!

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  12. almighty one percenter

    anything thats not latino with fluorescent paper signs is fine w me.

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  13. Know_Where_to_Run

    Green lobsters?

    I think there might be a few of those in the Gowanus Canal. They glow as well I believe.

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  14. Celticparker

    This is great news from two great guys, sampled some of your dishes at Taste of Sunnyside and the sandy benifit , good luck – can’t wait.

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  15. Get a Life

    They could vary the music a bit although that Martin is a charmer.

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  16. Get a Life

    Beautiful women hang out by the bar.

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  17. Ruben

    Is the seafood going to be fresh from the East River?

    oh wait… someone beat me to it. bastard

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  18. Sunnyman

    This is great news …but I hope they tidy up the outside of the building. It’s looks so 70s and rundown.

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  19. John

    What’s Mike’s restaurant out on Long Island? I’m from Babylon. Curious.

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  20. Bill Parry

    John from Babylon. The details are as follows.

    Murphy’s Bar & Grill
    234 Old Country Road, Mineola

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  21. John

    Thanks!

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  22. Thomas

    Mazel Tov!!!! Good luck guys

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  23. Disgusted

    @almighty one percenter

    How much more racist can u be?

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  24. Bliss & Skillman

    PLEASE …. bring in Stone Crab!!!! Better than lobster any day!!

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  25. 43rd St. Resident

    Wrong Know_Where_to_Run!

    The only things that swim in the Gowanus Canal are Coney Island Whitefish.

    There is a better variety around the Hook or in back of the Point off BA beach.

    Eat at your own risk!

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  26. JustPaula

    I am really excited about having a seafood focused place in the neighborhood. I wish the Murphy’s lots of luck and look forward to trying it out!

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  27. robert hayes

    Oyster Bar Attract the closet for mic

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