Global Taiwanese Chain 85°C Bakery Cafe Shutters Point Loma Branch

January 2, 2020

The Point Loma branch of Taiwanese import 85°C Bakery Cafe has closed, but four San Diego locations of the popular baked goods and coffee destination remain in business.

Founded in Taiwan in 2004, 85°C Bakery Cafe now has over 1000 locations around the globe with its first San Diego store opening in fall 2014 within Balboa Mesa Shopping Center. The chain is known for its menu of sea salt coffee, tea, cakes, breads, pastries, smoothies, fruit juices, and other bakery products.

There is no word behind the reason for the sudden closure of the Point Loma storefront, which first opened in February 2018. Last summer, a health department notice indicated that an employee with the measles may have exposed patrons to the disease, which may have hurt sales. Four San Diego locations remain in business - Clairemont Mesa, Mira Mesa, La Jolla's UTC area, and National City.

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