Trey Parker & Matt Stone To Dish On “Disneyland Of Mexican Restaurants” At Tribeca Film Festival After ‘¡Casa Bonita Mi Amor!’ Premiere

Trey Parker and Matt Stone are to make a rare public appearance at the Tribeca Film Festival later this week.

The South Park creators will participate in a conversation after the world premiere of documentary ¡Casa Bonita Mi Amor!.

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The event, which takes place on Friday June 7, will be hosted by Watch What Happens Live star Andy Cohen and will also feature director Arthur Bradford.

The documentary, which comes from the producer of 6 Days to Air, tracks the rise, fall and revival of the beloved Colorado landmark Casa Bonita.

Casa Bonita opened in 1974 in an unassuming strip mall. The massive “Disneyland of Mexican restaurants” is an Old West and Acapulco-inspired fever dream made famous by its indoor waterfall, cliff divers, and haunted caves. The restaurant was featured in a 2003 episode of South Park. When the show’s creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, learn that Casa Bonita might close its doors for good, they attempt to preserve a crumbling piece of their childhood and Denver history. Casa Bonita reopened in May 2023 to preview audiences. The restaurant has served over 150,000 guests since and plans to throw open its doors to the general public later this year.

The doc comes from MTV Documentary Films and will launch on Paramount+ later this year.

Bradford directs and Jennifer Ollman produces. Bradford and Keith Pizzi are executive producers

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