South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone want to buy Casa Bonita

If you're anything like us, Casa Bonita was introduced to you through an episode of South Park. It is a small chain of Mexican restaurants located in the Western United States. (This episode aired 18 years ago in 2003. We will now briefly ignore you. If you are still being like us, then you will assume that the restaurants are rigged for the show. Sopapillas? Black Barts Cave Cliff divers? This wonderland of Colorado-based Mexican food, novelty photo ops, and Mexican food must have been created, just like Athena, from the minds of South Park creators Trey Parker, and Matt Stone.AdvertisementCasa Bonita is, in fact, real. The COVID-19 shut downs have been difficult on the restaurant industry. (Realistically, there was only one location when the pandemic struck), and now the company is in serious financial trouble. The parent company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April. There is a happy ending to this tale of woe. Although Parker and Stone may not be the inventors of Casa Bonita but they are fans and are reportedly considering buying the last remaining restaurant.We want Casa Bonita to be bought and treated right. Parker said that he feels like the place was neglected before the pandemic. The restaurant, which is located in Lakewood, Colorado. It's the last remnant of a chain that was a huge deal for both the creators and the children who created it. And t o be clear, this doesnt seem to be a joke: Parker and Stone seem to genuinely want to spend their ridiculous piles of 24-years-of-South-Park money on one of those classic What Id do if I was mega-rich dreams, i.e., recreating the classic restaurant experience of their youth. Parker shared his thoughts with THR about the changes that were being made to the food. We are going to make amazing food. Already I was thinking about how to make Black Barts Cave bigger.