BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Cecelia's Ristorante, a longtime restaurant in Buffalo's Elmwood Village known for its spacious patio and brunches featuring bottomless mimosas, is closing.
The restaurant announced on Instagram that it will close for good following Sunday brunch this weekend after 18 years in business.
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After 18 years of serving the Elmwood Village, Cecelia’s Ristorante is SAYING GOODBYE! Thank you for letting us serve you! We will be closing after Sunday Brunch so come join us for some of Buffalo’s best Italian food and to show our appreciation we will be offering our entire drink list at discounted prices ALL WEEKEND! Stop by to say goodbye and and enjoy one for old time’s sake. Thank you Buffalo for 18 strong years! #elmwoodstrip #buffaloeats #thingstodoinbuffalo #weekendplans #curtainup #buffalostatecollege #canisiuscollege #universityofbuffalo
Cecelia's will be offering its entire drink list at discounted prices as a thank you to Buffalo, the post said.
The restaurant, between West Ferry and Breckenridge, sits in a highly visible stretch of the village.
There is no official word on why it is closing or what may take its place.