QC Café Ella and the Blackbird Has Closed Their Doors

The shop is "graduating" after seven years.

(SPOT.ph) Many an artsy soul found their haven at Ella and the Blackbird, a café near Katipunan known for their rustic and industrial interiors, signature art wall, and great cups of joe. Keep those happy memories in your mind for as long as you can, though, as the seven-year-old café closed their doors on January 31.

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Cafe Ella and the Blackbird

"It’s with deep sadness to announce that today will be the last day of Ella and the Blackbird," they write in a social media post published on January 31. "We will surely miss the camaraderie we’ve had, the laughter we’ve shared, the stories we’ve told, the music we’ve listened to and the experience we went through. To all of you who have supported us, we will forever be grateful."

Cafe Ella and the Blackbird
Ella and the Blackbird was known for their signature wall where you could find different works of art.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Ella and the Blackbird
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Their rustic and industrial interiors gave them a distinct charm.
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They were also a go-to for great coffee.
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Ella and the Blackbird first opened in 2013. More than being a famous hangout spot among the students in the surrounding universities, they also played host to events such as jazz nights and open mics, as well as wedding proposals and prenup shoots. 

For more information, check out Ella and the Blackbird's Facebook page.

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