A Tulsa restaurant owner said his employees will continue to get paid following a fire on Monday night that led the restaurant to close its doors.
The Bros. Houligan restaurant near East 15th Street and South Lewis Avenue caught fire late on Monday night, leading to significant fire damage.
According to Corwin Moore, the general manager, the restaurant is now closed for repairs.
"It is devastating considering that's the first location we've had. It's been open since 1987," said Moore.
According to fire officials, the fire, that began in an alley, damaged one of the walls of the restaurant near the kitchen after it spread to part of the building.
Nobody was injured during the fire.
The Bros. Houligan 51st and Yale location remains open.