Restaurant owner in Plaza-Midwood sought bankruptcy protection
Posted on Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 at 2:54 pm
The owner of a well-known restaurant in Plaza-Midwood recently sought bankruptcy protection after its debt reached nearly $400,000, wsoctv.com reported on August 14.
According to the Chapter 11 bankruptcy documents filed by Penguin Drive-In owner Lisa Ballentine, she has a debt of $375,000 owed to at least 19 creditors. The bulk of the debts were from unsettled taxes. A judge already released an eviction order for the restaurant due to an unpaid rent amounting to $17,579. In a statement by the restaurant’s legal counsel, the owner promises to re-open as soon as possible. Penguin Drive-In had been running for 60 years and was well known as a town staple.
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