O’Rourke’s hours of operation

From Katrina Smith-Mannschott ’08:

I went by O’Rourke’s this evening and found it closed (well, closing, Brian was still there). Brian asked if, since they are still having trouble getting internet going there (and thus are having trouble editing their webpage), the hours could be posted somewhere for students until he finished getting the site up and running.

So without further ado, O’Rourke’s hours of operation:

Monday: 5:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tuesday: 5:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Wednesday: 5:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Thursday: 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday: 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday: 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday: 5:00 AM – 3:00 PM

My mouth is watering as I write this.

EDIT: On the days that they’re open until 9, O’Rourke’s stop seating people from 3-4:30 for a “sanity break.” Also, if you want to get the “Breakfast with Brian” special, where he just cooks you whatever he feels like and it’s delicious, you have to get there when he’s the one cooking. I was told the best time for that is around 8 or 9am. –Matt

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18 thoughts on “O’Rourke’s hours of operation

  1. Mad Joy

    I want to stay up late and go there sunday morning. This seems like it would have ill effects on my getting work done on Sunday. Nevertheless, it’s starting to solidify into a plan in my mind…

  2. Mad Joy

    I want to stay up late and go there sunday morning. This seems like it would have ill effects on my getting work done on Sunday. Nevertheless, it’s starting to solidify into a plan in my mind…

  3. Anonymous

    O’Rourkes deserves all the praise it gets. I often wait in line and comment worth the wait every time. Simply the best breakfast around.(I’ve never had a better omelet)

  4. Anonymous

    O’Rourkes deserves all the praise it gets. I often wait in line and comment worth the wait every time. Simply the best breakfast around.

    (I’ve never had a better omelet)

  5. Anonymous

    Extremely overrated. I have never spent 2.5 hours waiting for breakfast food at a diner before.I really don’t understand the hype.(Plus, I’ve had better omelets)

  6. Anonymous

    Extremely overrated. I have never spent 2.5 hours waiting for breakfast food at a diner before.

    I really don’t understand the hype.

    (Plus, I’ve had better omelets)

  7. Anonymous

    I’ve never had a bad meal at ORourkes. O’Rourkes is the best diner in the state, maybe the world. The lines say it all. By far, my favorite Middletown eatery.

  8. Anonymous

    I’ve never had a bad meal at ORourkes. O’Rourkes is the best diner in the state, maybe the world. The lines say it all. By far, my favorite Middletown eatery.

  9. Anonymous

    are you serious? o’rourkes is SO overrated…$9.25 for a pastrami sandwich?!?!they made a really crummy impression on me when i went. they’re just rebuilding? why charge $9.25 for a terrible pastrami sandwich?

  10. Anonymous

    are you serious? o’rourkes is SO overrated…$9.25 for a pastrami sandwich?!?!

    they made a really crummy impression on me when i went. they’re just rebuilding? why charge $9.25 for a terrible pastrami sandwich?

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