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Rubio’s Files for Bankruptcy; Restaurants Remain Open – NBC San Diego

The fast-casual Mexican restaurant chain Rubio’s Restaurants, which is based in Carlsbad, filed a petition for bankruptcy on Monday in Delaware.

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The fast-casual Mexican-food chain Rubio’s Restaurants, which is based in Carlsbad, filed a petition for bankruptcy on Monday in Delaware.
Rubio’s confirmed the filing in a statement released on Monday:
“Rubios Restaurants announced today that it has reached agreement on a comprehensive financial restructuring with its sponsor, Mill Road Capital, and its lenders, funds managed by Golub Capital, to recapitalize the company. To implement the restructuring, the company filed a prepackaged plan with…

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