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Fort Worth, Texas-The Harrigans restaurant chainhas officially closed its doors, after months of trying to reinventitself in a more casual format.

Pinnacle Restaurant Group, which owns the chain, had filed forbankruptcy court protection in March as it sought to reorganize.But a federal bankruptcy court in Dallas recently converted theIrving-based group's bankruptcy from a Chapter 11reorganization into Chapter 7 liquidation.

Pinnacle had hoped to convert many, if not all, of the 10Harrigans in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma to a CJ's Roadhouseconcept, which offered casual dining and takeout food. The chainhad closed all four of its Metroplex Harrigans, reopening one alongInterstate 20 in Arlington in June as the first-and, itturned out, only-CJ's in Tarrant County. -Fort WorthStar Telegram

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