Old-fashioned Irish pub with a quaint space & a party vibe known for its beer & fish 'n' chips.
In the early 1860's there were 5 original â€œRetail Spiritâ€ licenses issued on the island of Oahu. Murphy's is the only license remaining. Murphy's was then known as the Royal Hotel and the original owner was W.L. Green. Because the Hotel was located in the center of the waterfront, it was a gathering spot for merchants, ship captains, and gentlemen, including Royalty. Although King Kalakaua died in 1891, history tells us that the King frequented the Hotel, as did Robert Louis Stevenson.
From Green, to Lanahan, to Walters, to â€œScottyâ€ Meston, to Sullivan, to Bollman, to Gillis, and on and on ownership changed hands frequently. Throughout the years from Monarchy to Republic, to Annexation, then to Territorial status, the building remained the same in the ever-changing waterfront environment.
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