A VERY popular Mexican restaurant and competitor to Margaritas is closing after 30 years in business.
Café Noche in Conway, New Hampshire will close permanently on April 29.
Owner Tom Kugel posted on Facebook that it was an “incredible journey” when he announced the restaurant’s closure.
He said: “We are honored to have so many amazing regulars who have made Cafe Noche so special!
“We’ve laughed, we’ve cried, we’ve overcome incredible obstacles and we feel like we’ve managed to make it more than just a restaurant, it’s grown into an extended family that is now a part of it and.” will be forever of our souls!”
Fans saying goodbye to popular staples like tacos and burritos have been left in a state of grief.
Donna Martin said: “We will miss you! The only place we would eat Mexican food!
“I don’t know which I liked more, the food or the atmosphere. There will never be another place like it! Good luck on your next adventures!”
Darlene Labrecque described the restaurant as one of the most popular places to stop when visiting New Hampshire.
Deb Nichols said she was “sorry” to hear the restaurant was closing.
She described the cuisine as “the best Mexican food around.”
Adrienne Snapp lamented the closure, saying: “No!!!! Say it’s not like that! I’ve been coming here since I was a kid and now I’m bringing my family with me!”
Loyal customers have said they will miss the restaurant’s food and margarita cocktails.
Café Noche is not the only restaurant with a rich history that has called the time.
Popular Mexican restaurant La Hacienda, which has been a staple in Nashville, Tennessee, will close on April 30 after 30 years.
Rachel Yepez Gaines, the owner’s daughter, said the restaurant has been hit by the pandemic, inflation and rising wages, The Tennessean reported.
Pioneering restaurant Gus’ Sir Beef in Charlotte, North Carolina, has also taken its time after 54 years.
And The US Sun also reported how the Poio Mexican BBQ restaurant in Kansas City, once frequented by Jill Biden, has closed for good.
But not only restaurants are closing.
Troubled retailer Party City is closing a number of stores after filing for bankruptcy.
Bed Bath Beyond has also filed for bankruptcy and plans to close all 360 locations by June 30th.
The company employs 14,000 people and is financially afloat.