The Chapter 11 filing, submitted by Penguin owner
Among the debts listed:
The landmark eatery's future has been in doubt since news surfaced more than a week ago that it had been closed. Ballentine initially said it would reopen
Her bankruptcy attorney,
Asked if Ballentine would be available for comment, she said "probably not."
"The owner is currently taking a vacation," she said.
The property's landlord,
The business first filed for bankruptcy protection in November. In May, a federal judge threw out one of the Penguin's two bankruptcy filings, ruling the business hadn't paid necessary fees or filed required financial documents. The second bankruptcy case associated with the restaurant was dismissed last month.
The debts listed in Tuesday's filings largely mirror those listed in the bankruptcy cases that were thrown out. Tuesday's filings came on the same day 1921
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