SEATAC Wash. As many as 22 Skipper’s Seafood ‘n’ Chowder House restaurants closed at the end of last month as part of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of parent Skipper’s Inc., based here. But the nearly 40-year-old quick-service brand, known throughout the Pacific Northwest for its fried fish and chowder, will continue. At least 12 units of the quick-service chain were acquired in deals that closed June 30. Another 15 restaurants, all in Washington State, remain in operation by the ...
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