The service was nice however the menu is all reheated frozen foods. Beer was cold though and plentiful.
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Is had a working lunch with a client at Houlihans. They have a decent menu selection from burgers, salads and entrees. They have a small craft beer selection at the bar. Service seemed slow for the amount of people that were there. Food was very good.
I had to stand for 15 minutes to be seated and I had to call and appeal to be waited upon twice before the waiter came. I then waited for another 30 minutes before my food came. Kudos to the chef for a really nice meal. If I wasn't hungry and tired, I would have left before the meal was... More
We ate dinner and breakfast at Houlihan's and were very pleased with the food and the service. While not real extensive, their menu includes a good selection of options.
Tried this place on our last night in SF. Ordered calamari, seared tuna, fries and chicken alfredo. All were really good- especially like the chicken alfredo... chicken was moist! Seared Ahi was a pleasant surprise as well. Washed it all down with draft wheat beer. I would not go out of my way to eat here- but a great place... More
We were on our way through (airport layover for flight the next morning), and we stayed at a hotel just north of the airport. We saw the Houlihan's Restaurant at a nearby hotel and we walked there for dinner. It was noisy when we walked in and we shortly determined the reason. It was a baseball playoff game of the... More
Located within upper scale Holiday Inn this restaurant is full service with great menu, large bar suitable for watching sports. For dinner the Grilled Salmon with Aspargus, Fried Tilapia and Slow cooked Pot Roast were a favorite at our table. Wine menu is limited to some basic California "grocery store" table wines, fortunately one good Argentine red wine is available.... More
Not special, but nice to have lunch or dinner. Kind of sports bar. Too dark on my opinion, but some people may like in this way. It's a good option if you're staying in the hotels nearby
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