Houlihan's in Richfield has permanently closed

Houlihan's in Chanhassen and Eagan are still open.
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The latest Minnesota restaurant to permanently during the COVID-19 pandemic is Houlihan's in Richfield. 

The restaurant, located at 6601 Lyndale Ave. S., hasn't publicly announced its status, but the Richfield location is no longer listed on the company's website. Google also shows Houlihan's Richfield being permanently closed. 

Houlihan's in Chanhassen and Eagan are still open, though like all other restaurants in Minnesota right now, it is only available for takeout and delivery due to the COVID-19-related shutdown ordered by Gov. Tim Walz. 

A member of the Richfield Community Facebook group wrote that Houlihan's Richfield closed at 5 p.m. Sunday. 

Houlihan's did not respond to a request for information made by Bring Me The News. 

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