At Red Arrow Centennial, regulars reflect on long-standing diner’s place in many lives

The Red Arrow diner is famously cramped, with room for maybe 20 people at its few booths and red vinyl counter stools — but as the restaurant celebrated its 100th anniversary Saturday, more than 100 diners were able to spread out on dozens of tables set up on Lowell Street, eating with Red Arrow staff to celebrate the outsized role the tiny diner has played in New Hampshire. Read More …

Celebrating the Diner

A full century after David Lamontagne opened a lunch cart at 61 Lowell Street in Manchester, his legacy as the founder and original owner of the Red Arrow Diner continues to live on. A free outdoor community celebration will take place on Saturday, Oct. 15, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the original Red Arrow — the event will feature samples of a variety of the diner’s most iconic dishes for a small fee that will benefit Waypoint New Hampshire, along with raffle prizes, games, music, family-friendly activities and an onsite radio broadcast with DJs Nazzy and Marissa of Frank FM. Read More …

New Hampshire Union Leader Interviews Red Arrow Diner Owners for 100th Anniversary

Red Arrow Diner was thrilled to be featured on the front page of New Hampshire Union Leader on August 28, 2022. Special thanks to Mike Cote and David Lane from the Union Leader for making this happen. Co-owners Carol Lawrence, George Lawrence and Amanda Wihby sat down for an exclusive interview with Union Leader senior editor, Mike Cote. Read More …