by Steven Doyle
A rumor we heard all day was that Madrina was closing, and we just confirmed that fact. Named by many one of the city’s best restaurants, and even made national lists, Madrina will be sorely missed.
This is another of the terrible fall-out from 2016 bubble burst. We will expect more, hopefully not many.
After reporting this hours ago we received a message from the PR firm for Misery Loves Company, the local company that owns Madrina:
It saddens us to announce as of today (Wednesday, 1.4.17), Madrina has officially closed its doors. We gave it our all and are truly honored for the accolades garnered since we opened. Madrina means “godmother” in Spanish, and it was always our goal to create a place where people could come together and where ‘everyone feels like family.’ We took people out of their comfort zones a bit, and we’re incredibly proud of the experience we created for our guests. Thank you to everyone who joined us over the past year and a half. It’s been an incredible ride, and we couldn’t be more grateful to everyone who joined us for it.”