A popular Adelaide cafe has closed after going into liquidation.
Crack Kitchen on Franklin St made the announcement on Facebook on Wednesday.
“Throughout this incredible journey, we have had the privilege of serving you delicious meals, celebrating special occasions, and creating unforgettable memories,” the owners said.
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“Your patronage and kind words have meant everything to us, and we are incredibly grateful for the relationships we have built with each and every one of you.
Crack Kitchen. Credit: Facebook
“Please know that this closure is in no way a reflection of our team or the incredible experience we’ve provided, but a decision made by the landlords to end our lease.”
Liquidator Anthony Phillips from Heard Phillips Lieberenz confirmed the building’s landlord terminated the lease.
Phillips was appointed liquidator the same day and said he was in the process of gathering information about the cafe’s financial position.
Locals upset about the closure commented on social media, saying it was a big loss for Adelaide.
“One of my absolute faves in Adelaide — so sorry to hear this news. Hopefully, you find another incredible place to land and start afresh,” one person commented.
“So disappointing, you guys were one of our favourite brunch places in Adelaide/Australia. Wishing you all the best for your next endeavour,” another person said.
Crack Kitchen did not confirm it would reopen at a new location in its social media post.
Instead, the owners said “we remain hopeful and excited for what the future holds”.