It was one of the first restaurants to bet on settling in rue Bonaparte in Nice before its revival. Le Deli Bo, an address much appreciated by the people of Nice, announced its permanent closure on Saturday July 2, ten years after its opening.
“10 years is not bad for an adventure that could have lasted the time of a flirtation and which turned into a real love story between us”writes the restaurant on its Instagram account to announce its closure.
“We have seen your children become teenagers, your teenagers become parents, we have seen your crushes and your friends, your strokes of blues also drowned in our pastries. We have seen your new tattoos, your beards according to the confinement (…) It is time to bow out, a bow in full glory, an unexpected but perhaps necessary bow for us.