The creators of the irreverent animated tv sequence “South Park” are shopping for Casa Bonita, an unusual restaurant in suburban Denver that was featured in the present.
Matt Stone and Trey Parker stated in an interview with Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on Friday that they’d come to a settlement with the present homeowners of the restaurant, which closed to diners in March 2020 because the pandemic took maintain. It declared a chapter within the spring.
“We’re excited to work with everyone and make it the place all of us wish to make it,” Parker stated.
The Lakewood restaurant has been in enterprise since 1974 however gained wider recognition when it was featured on a 2003 “South Park” episode and when the Denver Broncos introduced a few of their draft picks there in 2018.
The Mexican restaurant is understood for its decor, which features a pink facade and enormous indoor waterfall, in addition to its cliff divers and skits that function as an excitable actor in a gorilla costume. However, some have famous there’s room for enhancement.
“The one space that we’d all like to see an improve — and I feel I converse on behalf of everyone who patronizes Casa Bonita — is the meals may very well be a bit of higher,” Polis stated.
“I feel it may very well be a bit of greater than a bit of higher,” Stone added.
Casa Bonita’s 85-foot-tall (26-meter-tall) pink clock tower stands out within the in any other case nondescript strip mall. The 52,000-square-foot (4,831-square-meter) restaurant can seat greater than 1,000 visitors. The 30-foot-tall (9-meter-tall) waterfall on the heart was designed to resemble the cliffs of Acapulco.
Stone and Parker, who met at the College of Colorado Boulder, didn’t provide any particulars concerning the sale, which is pending chapter proceedings. However, they did say they might make some upgrades, like having two gorillas within the skits as a substitute for only one.