Trey Parker and Matt Stone are combating for the way forward for Casa Bonita, or “Mexican Disneyland,” as Eric Cartman would say. The “South Park” creators are in talks to buy the enduring Colorado restaurant featured of their hit animated collection.
The duo shared their plans to purchase the unique Casa Bonita in an unique interview with The Hollywood Reporter Wednesday.
“We want to buy Casa Bonita and treat it right. I feel like it was neglected even before the pandemic,” Parker instructed the outlet.
“We are absolutely trying to buy it,” he added. “We are going to do everything we can. We want to make it right and make it amazing.”
Casa Bonita was a childhood favourite for Parker and Stone whereas rising up within the Denver space.
“We started talking about the changes we’re going to make — mostly with the food,” Parker continued. “We’re going to make really awesome food. I was already thinking about how I was going to make Black Bart’s Cave a little bigger.”
The firm that at present owns Casa Bonita, Summit Family Restaurants, filed for Chapter 11 chapter again in April. According to Parker, a attainable sale is at present in limbo because of ongoing court docket proceedings.
Complete with an arcade, cave and waterfall with cliff divers and different points of interest, the beloved Mexican restaurant opened in Lakewood, Colo., in 1974. It was compelled to shutter throughout the pandemic, spurring locals to create a GoFundMe that has since raised nearly $70,000.
“It’s just sitting there. It sucks,” Parker stated.
According to at least one native report, Casa Bonita could possibly be on the cusp of reopening, on the situation that it completes some repairs and passes a well being inspection.
Here’s hoping Cartman and different Denverites are again to looking out caves, leaping waterfalls and consuming fantastic Mexican delicacies very quickly.
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