Redskins-themed restaurant, Hail & Hog, files Chapter 11 bankruptcy
The bankruptcy filing is a result of unpaid contractor bills dating back to the restaurant’s construction, according to reports.
Hail & Hog launched in May 2016. The 12,000-square-foot, two-level restaurant includes a radio and television studio for Redskins broadcasts and a rooftop bar.
It will stay open during its Chapter 11 reorganization, part of the United States Bankruptcy Code whereby a debtor proposes a plan of reorganization to keep its business alive and pay creditors over time.
Houston-based operator G.R.E.A.T. Grille Group (G3), which owns Hail & Hog, also runs restaurants in several other states, including Ohio and Pittsburgh, along with sports-themed restaurants for the NFL's Colts and Texans.
The One Loudoun restaurant was skewered in a Washington Post dining review in September.
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