Houston-based restaurant corporation Landry’s has acquired a number of Seattle dining establishments from bankrupt Restaurants Unlimited, including Palisade and Maggie Bluffs at Smith Cove.

Solely owned by billionaire Tilman Fertitta, Landry’s has also acquired Cutters Crabhouse near Pike Place Market and multiple other restaurants in Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska and Minnesota from Restaurants Unlimited, which filed Chapter 11 protection back in July.

The Seattle-based company issued a statement that multiple potential buyers had indicated an interest in its holdings and that sales could be finalized by Sept. 30, according to a Seattle Times report.

“We are very proud to announce that Cutters Crabhouse, Palisade, Maggie Bluffs and many other great Restaurant Unlimited locations have joined our family of Seattle concepts including McCormick & Schmick’s and Claim Jumper,” said Steve Scheinthal, executive vice president and general counsel for Landry’s, in a statement provided to Queen Anne News. “We are excited to have expanded within the Seattle area and we look forward to continuing serve the community of Seattle.”

A request for more information was not immediately returned on Tuesday.

The Puget Sound Business Journal reports the sale to Landry’s was for $37.2 million. RUI Holding Corp. wrote in its bankruptcy filing that its assets and liabilities were both between $50 million and $100 million.

The sale did not include Restaurants Unlimited’s Henry’s Tavern locations in South Lake Union, SoDo and Bellevue, the Palomino downtown, or Stanford’s locations here. Landry’s did acquire the original Stanford’s location Lake Oswego, Oregon, and Henry’s locations in Portland and Denver.

Ascend Hospitality Group has acquired the Stanford’s at Northgate Mall and others in Portland, as well as Portland Seafood Company restaurants.