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Houlihan’s promises lunch in a hurry

Posted: December 14, 2012 at 2:22 a.m.

The Atlantic salmon is one of the menu items at Houlihan’s in Rogers.

An upscale casual dining restaurant opened Sept. 10 in Rogers. Houlihan’s is a stylish American restaurant known for its indie spirit, social bar scene and adaptable menu for modern lifestyles, says Josh Butterfield, general manager at the Rogers location. The restaurant has multiple locations across the nation, with the first one opening in 1972 in Kansas City, Mo., in the former location of a men’s clothing store named Houlihan’s.

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