SAN ANTONIO – Subsequent 12 months, a brand new bar will take the place of a well-liked Southtown cafe that’s closing its doorways, administration confirmed on social media.
Madhatters Tea Home and Cafe introduced Tuesday it could be closing its doorways after 20 years of operation.
“Madhatters and I are retiring! It’s been a beautiful 20 years and we’re so grateful for the entire help,” The Tea Home stated on their Fb web page. “To our prospects, employees, household, buddies, and neighbors —THANK YOU! We received’t say goodbye as a result of with each finish, there’s a solely a brand new starting.”
The Tea Home took to social media in March, asking for residents to help native companies within the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Proudly owning a enterprise in Southtown and King William has been a beautiful expertise for us for the previous decade,” The Tea Home stated on Fb. “Latest occasions have posed so many new challenges to small enterprise homeowners, however we’re sure that we’ll overcome this a method or one other. Maintain your heads up, do not forget that we’re all on this collectively, and don’t neglect to #SupportLocal! 💜 If you’re a small enterprise proprietor of any sort, drop your data beneath. Let’s all pitch in to help each other.”
In response to a report from the San Antonio Enterprise Journal, Bar Loretta might be taking on the area. Founding father of Bar Loretta, Roger Herr instructed the San Antonio Bussiness Journal that the brand new idea has been within the works for a 12 months and is about to open someday in 2021.
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