[KHTS] – Santa Clarita’s Mulligan’s Restaurant and Bar is closing down Friday after more than 40 years, but they are going out with a bang.
The Irish Pub will be hosting a big Halloween party, that will go from when they open at 11:30 a.m. to when they close at around 2 a.m. Saturday, according to restaurant officials.
Mulligan’s has been a place that many Santa Clarita residents have frequented for as long as they have been open.
“My husband had a couple of his campaign parties at Mulligan’s, and it was always a fun location,” said Robin Strickland, wife of Paul Strickland, former William S. Hart School Board member. “It’s sad that a local restaurant icon is closing.”
Mulligan’s was even on The Food Network’s show “On The Rocks,” last January.
The episode was titled Irish Pub Troubles: “Bar expert John Green visits Mulligan’s, an Irish pub in Santa Clarita, Calif. With only four days to turn this bar around, this pub will undergo extensive bar training, a major revamping of the cocktail and food menu and a makeover that brings tears to the owner’s eyes,” according to the Food Network’s website.
Tomorrow is the last day to say goodbye to this staple in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The restaurant did not disclose a reason for the closing, but did say that it saddens them to see it go.
Mulligan’s Restaurant and Bar is located at 25848 Tournament Rd. in Valencia. For more information visit their website here.
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