Due to a variety of factors outside of our control, including the heavy impact of COVID-19, Dandelion Community Cafe is permanently closed, effective August 11th, 2020.
My name is Chris Blanc, and I am an original founder of Dandelion Community Cafe. I have been at Dandelion since well before the doors of our little green bungalow opened to the community. I have had significant ownership from our very beginning. Since about 10 years ago, members of my family have contributed major investments in me, the cafe and also the community. It eventually became 100% family owned and operated. We kept the doors open for 14 years. Dandelion Community Cafe was a successful family business, growing with a vibrant community that we cared deeply about.
It is with a heavy heart, but clear mind, that I make the decision to permanently close our special place. It has proven extremely difficult to operate a business in this current environment. The last few months have required an almost complete change to our business in the way we serve our community, at great financial cost. Unfortunately, it is no longer sustainable for Dandelion Community Cafe to continue to operate, and I have made the difficult decision to permanently close our family restaurant. Please respect my decision. I ask for privacy at this time, and wish you all well.
Thank you for the memories,
Dandelion Community Cafe
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