A coffee shop and a cafe in a Boca, Florida, suburb will be closed down as a result of a “sudden” spike in demand, a company official said.
The cafe at 4200 N. W. State Road was shut down on Friday after a “significant increase in demand,” according to the Boca Area Chamber of Commerce.
The closure comes after the BOCA Coffee Association said it has been receiving “a steady stream of complaints” from customers about the cafe, which has been a popular spot for people to drink coffee.
The Boca area Chamber of Business said that the cafe is not expected to reopen anytime soon.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.