ARTS & LETTERS CAFE CLOSING

This just in from owner Frank Goss:

ARTS & LETTERS CLOSING – GALLERY CONTINUES ON

After twenty years of fabulous courtyard lunches and with legions of loyal customers to testify to the Arts & Letters Café’s sterling reputation, Sullivan Goss is announcing the sale its building at 7 East Anapamu, home of the Arts & Letters Café. The sale is being handled by Steve Hayes of Hayes Commercial. Those wishing to learn the specific terms can
contact Mr. Hayes.

In the meantime, the Arts & Letters Café will continue to serve lunch and host scheduled holiday parties. Café Manager Lisa Neustadt, and her staff, will continue to ensure the usual high level of quality and professionalism while the restaurant is in transition.

The owners and employees of the Arts & Letters Café have treasured their many years in service to the community. Holidays, birthdays, marriages, anniversaries, parties : the staff has been proud to be part of them all. After 20 years, founders Frank and Tricia Goss, look forward to enjoying a somewhat quieter life. Tricia has retired and Frank will continue at his Gallery.

Sullivan Goss – An American Gallery, established in 1984, will continue to operate an active exhibition schedule and show its expansive inventory from its operation at 11 East Anapamu. After years of mounting about twentyfive exhibitions per year, Mr. Goss and curators Jeremy Tessmer, Susan Bush, and Nathan Vonk look forward to being able to devote more resources to a smaller exhibition schedule. The curators also hope to be able to devote more time to client collection building and career development for its artists.

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3 Responses to ARTS & LETTERS CAFE CLOSING

  1. Lily says:

    That’s too bad. Arts and Letters is a hidden gem. I had a really delicious pork belly sandwich there.

  2. Barbara carey' says:

    What’s the name of the new restaurant that took over