EAGLE ROCK — The owners of Cindy’s Coffee Shop said they plan to reopen as soon as possible after a pickup truck crashed into the Colorado Boulevard restaurant this weekend. The restaurant was closed at the time and no one was injured, but photos showed extensive damage to the front of the coffee shop.
The restaurant reported the crash on Saturday morning on its social media accounts. “Well it seems a gentleman in a pick up truck decided to park his car inside our restaurant last night,” said a posting on the restaurant’s Instagram. “Luckily we [were] closed at the time and no one was hurt. With that we will be closed for the time being until we can get all fixed up.”
After purchasing the restaurant in 2014, Monique King and Paul Rosenbluh restored the interior and later launched a public fundraiser to repair the 1948 sign that stands in the parking lot.
A posting on Twitter said the restaurant would be closed for several weeks to complete repairs. The Eastsider has contacted the restaurant for more details.
— Cindy’s Eagle Rock (@CindysEagleRock) June 11, 2016
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