NATICK – In 2007, Boloco opened in Natick. Five years, later another restaurant opened in Wellesley.
On Wednesday, Oct. 19, both restaurant will close.
Boloco co-founder John Pepper announced Saturday that Boloco has been sold, and that five restaurants will be closing. Natick and Wellesley are among the closures.
B.Good has purchased the Boloco chain.
“For those of you asking the most important question in the world … WHY??!!… please know that were it not absolutely necessary to sell a few of our better-performing restaurants to make up for some bad decisions made a few years ago, we would never have done so. Both Natick and Wellesley have enjoyed immense loyalty despite our own imperfections. Thank you for that. ,” wrote Pepper to loyal customers.
For individuals who have credits with the Boloco Passport program, you are encouraged to use them before the end of day Wednesday.
If you can’t visit by Wednesday, the credits can be used in the remaining 8 Boloco stores in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
Individuals with gift cards that were purchased with cash or credit card, they can be refunded by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“On behalf of the entire Boloco family, I am so thankful to those of you who were faithful and loyal guests during these past 4-9 years in both locations. I’ve come to know many of you personally and appreciated all of the feedback and support you provided when we most needed it,” wrote Pepper.
“B.Good will be taking our place nearly immediately,” wrote Pepper to customers. “Our team members who choose to will be interviewing and onboarding with B.Good the day after we close.”