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  • Writer's pictureJeffrey Hastings

New Owners Open Gaslight District Diner On Elm Street Serving Breakfast and Lunch

MANCHESTER, NH - The Gaslight District Diner, the newest restaurant in town has just opened its doors at 516 Elm Street in Manchester.

The restaurant is owned and managed by two people that have over 25 years of experience in the restaurant industry in New Hampshire.

The new restaurant is a totally new concept and is not associated with the former business that was located there.

Manchester Information sat down with Steven Roth the owner to gain insight into what the restaurant will offer.

Gaslight District Diner will focus their food on breakfast and lunch, operating six days a week.

The diner will be open Tuesday - Saturday from 7 am to 3 pm and on Sunday they will be open serving breakfast from 7 am to 2 pm.

When Steve was asked one of the signature items for breakfast, without hesitation he mentioned the homemade corned beef hash. The corned beef is prepared in the restaurant and is also a key ingredient in their Reuben.

The menu isn’t limited to corned beef hash lovers, it includes avocado toast, biscuits, gravy, eggs benedict, omelets, and all the traditional things that come off the griddle.

The liquor license arriving very shortly will allow them to offer a full array of breakfast drinks including brunch cocktails, a bloody Mary bar, and Irish coffees.

There will be 8 beers from local breweries and national brands on tap and a large selection of beers in cans and bottles.

Lunch includes steak tip wraps, pulled pork sandwiches, burgers, the soon-to-be-famous Reuben, roasted veggie wrap, and a full selection of salads.

The diner anticipates doing a large volume of takeout to people working downtown.

Also when there are events at the SNHU arena, the diner will stay open later than normal hours to accommodate people who want to dine before going to an event.

The restaurant is owned by Roth and will be managed alongside Chuck Lafauce who also brings a large amount of restaurant experience.

The business has just opened so stop by and support a local "non-chain" restaurant and help welcome them to Manchester.

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