Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.



Chain is the victim of bankruptcy cutbacks as corporate owner nixes airport and Lloyd Center eateries.

COURTESY: WIKIMEDIA/M.O. STEVENS - Stanford's restaurant in Hillsboro remains open. Two have closed as part of Restaurants Unlimited's bankruptcy restructuring.

Two of the local Stanford's restaurant outlets chain have closed. The Stanford's at Portland International Airport and Lloyd Center join Henry's Tavern in the Pearl in shuttering as a result of Seattle owner Restaurants Unlimited's bankruptcy.

OregonLive first reported that both the Stanfords shut down around Sept. 28. Stanford's still has outlets open in Clackamas, Lake Oswego, Hillsboro and North Portland. The Henry's at the airport remains open.

FILE PHOTO - Henry's Tavern in the brewery blocks has closed as part of Restaurants Unlimited's bankruptcy restructuring. Stanford's has also been hit.

Restaurants Unlimited filed Chapter 11 in July. It also shut down Prime Rib + Chocolate Cake on Weidler and Portland Seafood Grill in Tigard.

Last week U.S. bankruptcy court approved the $37.2 million sale of Restaurants Unlimited to Landry's Inc, which already owns McCormick & Schmick's.

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