New ‘funky restaurant’ in downtown Kelowna able to open its doorways

Hooligans Ales & Eats is ready to open its doors to Kelowna residents.

While the “Eats” will be served from Wednesday, the “Ales” have to wait a little longer.

As is often the case with new pubs and craft breweries, getting that all-important liquor license can take a long time.

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<p dir=“That is more than frustrating,” said owner Paula Nowakowski. “Hopefully it will come sooner rather than later.”

But Nowakowski is still happy to open the restaurant.

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<p dir=“We think we have a cool atmosphere here,” she said.

The hooligans’ Facebook page puts it this way:

“Our goal is to create a cool and casual dining experience where friends and family come to count memories, not calories.”

There are a number of burgers on the menu, appropriately listed under the “Two Hands Recommended” heading.

The menu also says “The Melt Shop,” where you can find several types of grilled cheese sandwiches that are sure to put your home to shame.

And if you are a wing lover, hooligans will be one of your favorite spots as the restaurant has 100 different flavors to choose from.

Hooligans even has menu options to satisfy the biggest sweet tooth, like the mini donut poutine and some epic waffles at brunch.

Once the license is through there will be plenty of beers on tap too, but if you’re looking for non-alcoholic options, there are 10 “outrageous shakes” to choose from to satisfy that sweet tooth again.

Hooligans Ales & Eats at 272 Bernard Ave starting tomorrow, Wednesday!

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