Cuban sandwich shop, Kessler Park juice boutique are closed

Photo by James Coreas

Photo by James Coreas

Say goodbye to Cuban sandwiches and crispy yucca fries.

C Señor, the Cuban sandwich spot in Bishop Arts, closed recently after five years in business.

The owner, Tony Alvarez, told Culture Map that he intends to reopen the shop elsewhere eventually.

The tiny building on West Davis at Bishop, which previously housed El Padrino taquería, is getting a new concept. Brothers Sean and Michael White are planning to open a restaurant there soon Eater reports: “We should be open within the month with a built-out patio. It’s going to be Southwest fare that serves up beer and cocktails with breakfast options all day,” Sean White told the online publication.

Local Press + Brew, the Kessler Park coffee shop and juice boutique, also closed suddenly, posting this vaguebook to that effect Thursday:

The owners haven’t responded to customers’ posted questions about their departure, and no one answered at their listed phone number Monday morning.

By |2019-05-13T09:11:50-05:00May 13th, 2019|News, Restaurants|0 Comments

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