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Fancy Bowling Alley The Goodnight, Two Shuttered Restaurants Sued For Back Taxes

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Three Austin restaurants, including the upscale bowling alley and bar The Goodnight, are seriously behind on their property taxes. The Statesman reports that in addition to The Goodnight, the now shuttered Paggi House and The Loop Restaurant and Bar have been sued by Travis County over unpaid taxes. On The Goodnight:

The Goodnight, at 2700 W. Anderson Lane in North Austin, allegedly owes taxes, penalties and interest totaling $14,717.71. A manager referred questions to the restaurant's owners, who didn't respond to telephone and email messages seeking comment.
Paggi House shuttered earlier this year, a move which the restaurant blamed on a forthcoming condo development.
· Three Austin Restarants Sued Over Unpaid Property Taxes [Statesman]
· All Lawsuits Coverage [EATX]

Paggi House [Closed]

200 Lee Barton Drive, Austin, TX 78704 512 473 3700 Visit Website

The Goodnight

2700 West Anderson Lane Austin, Texas 78757

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