About PJ Murphy's
Drenched in history, the PJ Murphy's location was once Grand Trunk Railway's Hanley Station. The Hanley family operated a railway and steamship ticket agency in this building 1871-1930 welcoming famous visitors including Oscar Wilde during his tour of Canada in May of 1882.
Irish owned and run, PJ Murphy’s aspirations are basic and fairly humble.
We aim to be a great place to work, and the top choice meeting place for our community. At PJ Murphy's we offer seasonal food, in a comfortable pub atmosphere. The Irish-inspired menu marries local South-Eastern Ontario ingredients with freshness and simplicity, most ingredients coming from local farms. We are proud to offer fifteen beer taps with the majority of them pouring beers from local breweries in Ontario.
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We look forward to making your acquaintance soon!
167 Ontario St. Kingston, Ontario
Open 7 days a week