Statements from Bull’s Tavern and West End Coffeehouse via their Facebook page:
We are deeply saddened to announce that we will be closed indefinitely to do our part of flattening the curve during this national pandemic.
We look forward to serving you when this nightmare is over. Take care of yourselves and your loved ones during these unprecedented times.
We love you all dearly!
-Danielle and the Bull’s Family
West End Coffeehouse
I’ve been trying to find the words all day to say that we will be closed until… well, we honestly don’t know.
To say I’m heartbroken is an understatement. I’m acutely aware that when we reopen our doors our community will be forever changed. Though I’m apprehensive about the uncertainty of what we’re facing, I’ve seen how great our city can be when we work together and I believe in us.
Under the circumstances, closing is the right decision and I don’t regret it. We’ll be at the shop on Tuesday morning if anyone wants to be socially distant with us as we get ready to close up for a while.
While we may be closed, we are definitely not gone. We’re planning to use this time to play with pie and catch up on rest and do projects around the house and pet some cats. We’ll definitely post about our housebound adventures and we would love to hear about yours too.
Please stay safe and please stay home. If you must get out of the house, most of your favorite locally-owned restaurants are offering curbside service or delivery. You get to eat a great meal and keep everyone safe. (And make sure to tip generously!!) You could make a day of it! Order curbside pickup from Mary’s Gourmet Diner, order some records from Underdog Records, pick up a pizza from Mission Pizza Napoletana, some cookies from Black Mountain Chocolate and then grab a coffee from Coffee Park Airstream on your way back home.
We love you, Winston-Salem.
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