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So Long, CeFiore

UPDATE: Just read over at the Weekly, that a deal may be in the works for a new buyer to snatch up and reopen CeFiore. Viva la Fro Yo!

CeFiore, the Pinkberry-esque Frozen Yogurt shop in College Park, is closing.

In a printed note taped to the door and counter, the store’s owner, Graham Barrett, says the store will be closing for good … a victim of “the economic times.”

CeFiore has only been open since June 21, 2008, and had intended to open additional locations in the fall.

As a resident of College Park, I have to tell you, this one just sucks.

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Comments

  • akeorlando
    Thursday, 5 March 2009

    I’m beginning to think Central Florida will never be ready for anything cultured. 🙁

  • erin
    Thursday, 5 March 2009

    “cultured” that is very punny of you, since yogurt has live cultures and all. mmmmm dilly bar!!!

  • akeorlando
    Friday, 6 March 2009

    @erin I had no idea! LOL! It is sad though – the place was very cute, and had good frozen yogurt.

  • surina
    Saturday, 7 March 2009

    i am sad to see it go 🙁 but i am sure SOMEONE will be picking it up and when they do ill be right back there!

  • steve d
    Sunday, 15 March 2009

    Happy to say Cefiore re-opened Saturday, March 14 to a packed house of devotees.

    Another buyer has snatched it up and taken it over much to the delight of many in central Florida.

    A bit of California right here in College Park!

    When so many businesses are closing, nice to hear that this one is back on track. Cefiore is to me the “Lexus” of FroYo!

  • akeorlando
    Tuesday, 17 March 2009

    @steve d This is nice to hear. I only went to CeFiore once, but when I was there I had a really good time. Seems like a nice joint for the College Park folks.

  • surina
    Tuesday, 17 March 2009

    lets hope those devotees keep coming back n telling their friends as i believe w/the lil bit of cali we got, the froyo wars are here as well…keep a keen eye out but i spotted quite a few new froyo places that will be popping up around town this year!

  • akeorlando
    Friday, 20 March 2009

    @surina Yup, the locals need to come out and support their neighborhood businesses. It’s probably one of the things we can do to stimulate our own economies.

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