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McMichael

Background Information

Employment History

Bourbon Street Bend

Owner

The Blacksmith Restaurant

Affiliations

Founder
Caf/ Rosemary

Web References (194 Total References)


The owner of Amalia's ...

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The owner of Amalia's restaurant in downtown Bend has accused Gavin McMichael, owner of The Blacksmith and two other defunct Bend restaurants, of fraud in a document filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

James Orsillo, whose company Northern Investments made loans and investments to the companies in which McMichael has partial ownership, wants to ensure any debts do not get wiped out in the personal Chapter 7 bankruptcy case McMichael filed Nov. 9.
...
McMichael opened The Blacksmith in 2003, according to The Bulletin's archives.
...
However, Barrio is expected to open in March in Gatsby's former location with McMichael as the managing partner, he said.
In the complaint filed in bankruptcy court, Orsillo states McMichael sought and received a $75,000 loan from him and his company, Northern Investments, in February 2011 to expand The Blacksmith and Gatsby's.
On Thursday, Orsillo said McMichael wanted "to keep his entities afloat and to pacify suspicious investors."
...
McMichael pledged the furniture, fixtures and equipment of Bourbon Street as collateral for the loan, according to the bankruptcy court filing.
...
From July through October, McMichael was supposed to be renovating the space for the new bar, but the promised work was not done, and the money was used in other businesses and to pay himself, according to the allegation. In mid-October, Bourbon Street closed.
...
A complaint was made to the Bend Police Department regarding McMichael in January and is under investigation, Lt.
...
Responding to the allegations, McMichael pointed to numerous factual errors he said the document contains. For example, he said he's part-owner of the restaurants, not the exclusive owner of any of the businesses.
McMichael said the $75,000 loan was to go toward Bourbon Street operations only and did not go into any other restaurants for expansions or into his pocket.
"There's no fraud here with Bourbon Street," McMichael said.
...
McMichael said the only collateral in the loan agreement were the items owned by Bourbon Street Bend.
...
McMichael did not give Orsillo or any other potential investor false information about restaurant finances.
...
McMichael also said that all partners were aware of the plans to join the spaces, and that the intention was for Orsillo to not only be his partner in the Ruby bar but to buy out the partners' shares in Gatsby's.


The owner of Amalia's ...

www.bendbulletin.com [cached]

The owner of Amalia's restaurant in downtown Bend has accused Gavin McMichael, owner of The Blacksmith and two other defunct Bend restaurants, of fraud in a document filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

James Orsillo, whose company Northern Investments made loans and investments to the companies in which McMichael has partial ownership, wants to ensure any debts do not get wiped out in the personal Chapter 7 bankruptcy case McMichael filed Nov. 9.
...
McMichael opened The Blacksmith in 2003, according to The Bulletin's archives.
...
However, Barrio is expected to open in March in Gatsby's former location with McMichael as the managing partner, he said.
In the complaint filed in bankruptcy court, Orsillo states McMichael sought and received a $75,000 loan from him and his company, Northern Investments, in February 2011 to expand The Blacksmith and Gatsby's.
On Thursday, Orsillo said McMichael wanted "to keep his entities afloat and to pacify suspicious investors."
...
McMichael pledged the furniture, fixtures and equipment of Bourbon Street as collateral for the loan, according to the bankruptcy court filing.
...
From July through October, McMichael was supposed to be renovating the space for the new bar, but the promised work was not done, and the money was used in other businesses and to pay himself, according to the allegation. In mid-October, Bourbon Street closed.
...
A complaint was made to the Bend Police Department regarding McMichael in January and is under investigation, Lt.
...
Responding to the allegations, McMichael pointed to numerous factual errors he said the document contains. For example, he said he's part-owner of the restaurants, not the exclusive owner of any of the businesses.
McMichael said the $75,000 loan was to go toward Bourbon Street operations only and did not go into any other restaurants for expansions or into his pocket.
"There's no fraud here with Bourbon Street," McMichael said.
...
McMichael said the only collateral in the loan agreement were the items owned by Bourbon Street Bend.
...
McMichael did not give Orsillo or any other potential investor false information about restaurant finances.
...
McMichael also said that all partners were aware of the plans to join the spaces, and that the intention was for Orsillo to not only be his partner in the Ruby bar but to buy out the partners' shares in Gatsby's.


The owner of Amalia's ...

www.bendbulletin.com [cached]

The owner of Amalia's restaurant in downtown Bend has accused Gavin McMichael, owner of The Blacksmith and two other defunct Bend restaurants, of fraud in a document filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

James Orsillo, whose company Northern Investments made loans and investments to the companies in which McMichael has partial ownership, wants to ensure any debts do not get wiped out in the personal Chapter 7 bankruptcy case McMichael filed Nov. 9.
...
McMichael opened The Blacksmith in 2003, according to The Bulletin's archives.
...
However, Barrio is expected to open in March in Gatsby's former location with McMichael as the managing partner, he said.
In the complaint filed in bankruptcy court, Orsillo states McMichael sought and received a $75,000 loan from him and his company, Northern Investments, in February 2011 to expand The Blacksmith and Gatsby's.
On Thursday, Orsillo said McMichael wanted "to keep his entities afloat and to pacify suspicious investors."
...
McMichael pledged the furniture, fixtures and equipment of Bourbon Street as collateral for the loan, according to the bankruptcy court filing.
...
From July through October, McMichael was supposed to be renovating the space for the new bar, but the promised work was not done, and the money was used in other businesses and to pay himself, according to the allegation. In mid-October, Bourbon Street closed.
...
A complaint was made to the Bend Police Department regarding McMichael in January and is under investigation, Lt.
...
Responding to the allegations, McMichael pointed to numerous factual errors he said the document contains. For example, he said he's part-owner of the restaurants, not the exclusive owner of any of the businesses.
McMichael said the $75,000 loan was to go toward Bourbon Street operations only and did not go into any other restaurants for expansions or into his pocket.
"There's no fraud here with Bourbon Street," McMichael said.
...
McMichael said the only collateral in the loan agreement were the items owned by Bourbon Street Bend.
...
McMichael did not give Orsillo or any other potential investor false information about restaurant finances.
...
McMichael also said that all partners were aware of the plans to join the spaces, and that the intention was for Orsillo to not only be his partner in the Ruby bar but to buy out the partners' shares in Gatsby's.


The owner of Amalia's ...

www.bendbulletin.com [cached]

The owner of Amalia's restaurant in downtown Bend has accused Gavin McMichael, owner of The Blacksmith and two other defunct Bend restaurants, of fraud in a document filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

James Orsillo, whose company Northern Investments made loans and investments to the companies in which McMichael has partial ownership, wants to ensure any debts do not get wiped out in the personal Chapter 7 bankruptcy case McMichael filed Nov. 9.
...
McMichael opened The Blacksmith in 2003, according to The Bulletin's archives.
...
However, Barrio is expected to open in March in Gatsby's former location with McMichael as the managing partner, he said.
In the complaint filed in bankruptcy court, Orsillo states McMichael sought and received a $75,000 loan from him and his company, Northern Investments, in February 2011 to expand The Blacksmith and Gatsby's.
On Thursday, Orsillo said McMichael wanted "to keep his entities afloat and to pacify suspicious investors."
...
McMichael pledged the furniture, fixtures and equipment of Bourbon Street as collateral for the loan, according to the bankruptcy court filing.
...
From July through October, McMichael was supposed to be renovating the space for the new bar, but the promised work was not done, and the money was used in other businesses and to pay himself, according to the allegation. In mid-October, Bourbon Street closed.
...
A complaint was made to the Bend Police Department regarding McMichael in January and is under investigation, Lt.
...
Responding to the allegations, McMichael pointed to numerous factual errors he said the document contains. For example, he said he's part-owner of the restaurants, not the exclusive owner of any of the businesses.
McMichael said the $75,000 loan was to go toward Bourbon Street operations only and did not go into any other restaurants for expansions or into his pocket.
"There's no fraud here with Bourbon Street," McMichael said.
...
McMichael said the only collateral in the loan agreement were the items owned by Bourbon Street Bend.
...
McMichael did not give Orsillo or any other potential investor false information about restaurant finances.
...
McMichael also said that all partners were aware of the plans to join the spaces, and that the intention was for Orsillo to not only be his partner in the Ruby bar but to buy out the partners' shares in Gatsby's.


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Located in the heart of historic Bend, The Blacksmith Restaurant, owned by Executive Chef Gavin McMichael offers a rustic setting and varying culinary influences to create a menu of bold flavors called New Ranch Cuisine.

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