The Fort Collins cafe that served coffee, food and smiles for 12 years officially closed their doors for good on Wednesday.

The Wild Boar Cafe in Fort Collins was busy on a snowy Wednesday morning as they served their last cup of coffee. The cafe was opened in 2008 by brothers Erik and Brandon Curiel and has been called a "hidden gem of Fort Collins."

Patrons say they loved the charm of the 1920s Craftsman-style home and the local art displayed on the walls.

Wild Boar Customer Jeff Raxon:

I've been coming here for the coffee, food, art and amazing employees since i was in college at CSU. Now, I bring my kids here for breakfast. So sad to see it go. Truly a loss for Fort Collins.

 

Source: The Coloradoan