Parliament House, Orlando’s popular gay club and resort which has been around since 1975 and houses 11 gay bars, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday citing $15.5 million in debt.

Fans of “Parks and Recreation” might recall the time Tom Haverford intended to start a club by not charging attendees and giving out free iPads to guests. Parliament House may not have been as frivolous with their money, but during the recession they defaulted numerous loans, resulting in their declaration of bankruptcy, said bankruptcy attorney Scott Shuker, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Parliament House hopes to remain in operation despite its bankruptcy, restructuring its loans and slowly repaying the debt.