It’s one of the prettiest outdoor terraces in Cork.
But fans of Bobo Café will be saddened to hear that the popular eatery is closing for good after struggling to keep the doors open during the pandemic.
The café, located beneath the Glucksman Museum in the grounds of University College Cork, will serve its last mochas, lattes and cinnamon rolls on Saturday.
After months of lockdown closure, the independent café reopened on July 20th, once again serving a creative daytime menu and a tasty weekend brunch, all carefully prepped by Ciarán Meade and Mark Cronin.
But it wasn’t to be and the Bobo Team announced the news of their imminent closure on Facebook last night, posting:
“Dear friends, it is with sadness we announce that we are going to close for good this Saturday 29 August. It’s been a wonderful 3-year adventure where we’ve served thousands of people in this beautiful setting but unfortunately, it’s just not viable to continue under the present circumstances.
“Thanks to everyone for their support and custom (hopefully we can see some of you before the week is out), as the sun sets slowly in the west we bid you a fond farewell!”