Sad News: Bo's Coffee's Katipunan Branch Has Closed
Goodbye (for now) to our go-to college hangout.
(SPOT.ph) For students of UP Diliman, Ateneo, and Miriam College, Bo's Coffee was a haven where they could sleep, hang out, study, cram papers, or hold dates over cups of coffee. Those memories will remain forever—but hold on to them tight, as Bo's Coffee has closed down their Katipunan branch on August 1.
"We are moved by the show of love for Bo’s by our regulars," says Bo's Coffee in a report by Rappler. "We understand how they feel because we feel the same way. Unfortunately, the realities of the pandemic require us to make this difficult decision."
But there's still hope for the future: "This is only a temporary absence, because Katipunan, and its community, will always be special to us. We will be back, stronger than ever at the right time.
Bo's Coffee shift supervisor Marvin Opiasa Abat shared a heartfelt post about the branch's closure. "It has been great brewing your favorite homegrown coffee. We thank you for your patronage and support and we look forward to serving you at your nearest Bo's Coffee store," Abat writes.
For now, you can still get your fix of their Froccinos and other signature drinks from their other open branches.
Bo's Coffee is a homegrown cafe that serves coffee made with local beans from Sagada, Mount Katinglad, Mount Matumtum, and Mount Apo.
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