Save Casa Bonita drops objection of restaurant’s sale to South Park creators


Save Casa Bonita, a group of local fans of the landmark Lakewood eatery, has withdrawn its objection of the sale of the restaurant to the creators of “South Park.”

A notice of “withdrawal of objection” to the sale was filed Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court District of Colorado.

“Save Casa Bonita, LLC (“Save Casa”), by and through unsigned counsel, hereby files its Notice of Withdrawal (“Withdrawal”) of the Objection to the Debtor’s Motion to sell substantially all of its assets,” the Tuesday filing said.

In August, Colorado natives Trey Parker and Matt Stone announced that one of their companies reached an agreement with the restaurant’s owner, Summit Family Restaurants, to pay $3.1 million to make Casa Bonita’s creditors whole and purchase operating assets. Summit had filed for bankruptcy on April 6 in Arizona.

On Oct. 18, Save Casa Bonita filed a legal motion objecting to the sale, arguing that its purchase offer of $3.5 million was $400,000 higher than what the South Park team had offered, among other claims.



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