Bikes, Beans, Bordeaux Cafe closing after 15 years in Audubon Park

After nearly 15 years in business, a local cafe has shut down shop for good.

Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux Cafe closed its location in Audubon Park on Wednesday, November 23.

“Thank you to all of our wonderful customers who consistently came in and brightened our day over the years. We appreciate the great conversations, joyful celebrations, and community gathering that we’ve been so lucky to share with all of you,” reads a post from the restaurant’s social media.

The cafe, which is located at 3022 Corrine Drive, was opened in 2008 by Jen and Darrell Cunningham in part to create a gathering space for friends in the neighborhood.

“A desire to regularly see the friendly faces of our neighbors was a huge reason we opened B3 Café initially,” reads the post. “From our family to yours, thank you for being such a wonderful part of B3 Café’s memories and history. We truly appreciate you. See you around the neighborhood.”

The restaurant joins multiple others in the area that have announced closures recently, including P is for Pie, which is located just a couple blocks from B3 Café.

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