Bar Louie announces bankruptcy filings; Las Colinas location to remain open

(Courtesy Bar Louie)
(Courtesy Bar Louie)

(Courtesy Bar Louie)

Though Addison-based Bar Louie announced Jan. 27 it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and closed some restaurants, its Las Colinas location will continue business as usual. The gastropub chain expects to continue normal operations across 90 of its remaining locations across the country. Bar Louie serves handcrafted drinks; dozens of beers on tap; and brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner menus. It is located at 360 W. Las Colinas Blvd., Irving. 469-472-1050. www.barlouie.com




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