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Gourdough's San Antonio Doughnut Shop Location Files for Bankruptcy Liquidation

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COURTESY PHOTO / GOURDOUGH'S PUBLIC HOUSE
  • Courtesy Photo / Gourdough's Public House
The San Antonio outpost of Austin's bigger-is-better doughnut shop Gourdough's has filed for bankruptcy liquidation.

Gourdough's Riverwalk LLC is sought Chapter 7 protection on May 6, according a filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas in San Antonio.

Under Chapter 7 cases, owners typically sell off a business' assets to pay their creditors. The San Antonio location had $50,000 or less in assets and between $1 million and $10 million in liabilities, according to documents.

The filing comes roughly a year after the River Walk location opened. The restaurant was originally set to launch last February but delayed for a month for unspecified reasons.

Gourdough's original location has not filed for bankruptcy protection, according to an Austin Business Journal report.

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