The Murphy's Story
Murphy's Steakhouse has had three names and four owners over the last 50 years...but three things have never changed, and never will: QUALITY, VALUE & SERVICE!!
- High Quality Food
- Value for Our Customers
- Friendly Service
2014 - It was with mixed emotion that we announced we were moving from our Keystone location of 37 years. We merged with Pat Flynn's restaurant, a long time family owned, local restaurant. We opened at the Allisonville Road location as Murphy's @ Flynn's on Tuesday, February 18, 2014. We truly have an abundance of love, appreciation & gratitude for every customer and we look forward to serving you for many years to come in our new location. Please come visit us in our new home...we think you will love the changes!
2012 - Craig & Ryan Stonebraker open Murphy's Pubhouse in Fishers, Indiana - A Production of Murphy's Steakhouse with a Family Pub twist. Murphy's Steakhouse is still going strong!! Visit www.murphypubhouse.com for more information on Murphy's Pub House and locations.
1990 - Craig and Kelly Stonebraker purchased Murphy's Steakhouse and transformed it into the cozy restaurant it is today. While they continue the tradition of serving hand-cut steaks and fresh seafood with an extraordinarily friendly staff, they also made a few improvements. They remodeled the interior, went non-smoking in all sections and introduced catering services. They also work side-by-side with chefs Wayne Morrison and Rickie Tillman to create imaginative weekly specials that keep customers coming back.
1977 - Jim Murphy purchased Calloway's and renamed it Murphy's Steakhouse. He hired an amazing staff that began the "welcome home" feeling for which the restaurant is known. It was Jim that first introduced Indianapolis to affordable hand-cut steaks and fresh seafood.
1960- At some point in the 60's, Frisch's changed hands - and names - and became Calloway's Steakhouse.
1958 - Here's a little know secret: Murphy's Steakhouse originally opened as a Frisch's Big Boy Restaurant in 1958. "Boy", it has come a long way!