(The AEGIS Alliance) – The creators of the popular long-running TV show “South Park” are actually purchasing Casa Bonita, a peculiar dining establishment in the Denver suburbs that was once in an episode of the program.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker stated in a Friday meeting with the Governor of Colorado Jared Polis, that they were involved in a deal with the existing proprietors of the dining establishment, that had to close its doors to customers back in March of 2020 while the pandemic crippled some of the United States. It announced bankruptcy in the springtime.
“We’re excited to work with everybody and make it the place we all want to make it,” Parker mentioned.
The Lakewood dining establishment has operated since 1974, however, it acquired broader awareness when it had been a big part of a “South Park” episode in 2003 and also when the Denver Broncos revealed a number of their draft picks in 2018 at the location.
The Mexican dining establishment is recognized for its style, which includes a pink exterior, as well as a big interior waterfall, in addition to its own cliff divers and performances which include an overzealous actor in a gorilla suit. Although, some have kept in mind that there is room for improving the restaurant.
“The one area that we would all love to see an upgrade — and I think I speak on behalf of everybody who patronizes Casa Bonita — is the food could be a little better,” Polis pointed out.
“I think it could be a little more than a little better,” Stone said.
Casa Bonita’s 85-foot-tall pink clock tower attracts attention in the typically uninteresting shopping center. The 52,000 square-foot bistro is capable;e of seating greater than 1,000 patrons. The 30-foot-tall waterfall in the center has been created to look like the high cliffs of Acapulco.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker, that first came to know each other at the University of Colorado Boulder, didn’t provide any kind of additional details regarding the purchase, that’s pending bankruptcy procedures. But they did mention they will bring in some upgrades, such as having a pair of gorillas in the performances as opposed to only one.
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