Cosi makes a last-ditch effort to save itself

The fast-casual chain had its bankruptcy case dismissed so it could apply for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, its “only realistic hope" to survive.


Cosi says a sped-up bankruptcy hearing is its ‘only realistic hope’

A judge granted Cosi's request for an expedited hearing so the fast casual can apply for Restaurant Revitalization Fund aid.

Why can TooJay’s get Paycheck Protection Program loans but Cosi can’t? The fund’s rules appear to be inconsistent, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The fast-casual concept is taking issue with the agency’s requirement that a company can’t be in bankruptcy to receive funds, even though other companies filed for protection after receiving approval.

It’s the fast-casual chain’s second Chapter 11 filing since 2016.

The fast-casual chain’s latest Chapter 11 filing reveals ongoing funding drama for the long-struggling chain.

The long-struggling fast-casual chain has been closing locations throughout New England in recent weeks.

Cosi and the company’s founder are trying to buy the closed chain’s trademarks.

Caters to an upscale, urban clientele with its hearth-baked flatbreads and light bistro fare

Trained at the prestigious Peter Kump's Cooking School in New York.

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