Big Bad Wolf, on Monday, August 3, posted that they are permanently closing their doors after almost eight years of serving American and Asian cuisine in Fort, Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.

“It is with an incredibly heavy heart for us to announce that Big Bad Wolf will be closing its doors,” Big Bad Wolf PH said in their post on Facebook. 

Known for its comfort food, whether you are counting your calories or not, the resto-bar is just one out of the many establishments that has closed down due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic.

Big Bad Wolf is also famous for its homey restaurant vibe during lunch time and party vibe come dinner time.

“From the delectable food to those nights you wish would never end, we can’t help but look back on all the memories we made together with a smile,” as mentioned in the post.

Several customers of the restaurant have expressed their sadness in the comments section over Big Bad Wolf’s announcement saying that the restaurant has become their “safe space,” “memorable first date venue,” and “regular dine-in place.”

“Thank you for being a safe space, Big Bad Wolf,” Rich Tuason, a regular customer, commented.

“This is a heartbreak for me and [my] wife as we’d always dine and drink here because of the awesome food, service, and the vibe,” Paolo Sarangaya, another regular customer, commented. 

According to Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez, as of July 16, 2020, about 26 percent of businesses in the Philippines have closed down since the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country. Jessica Ivy Zapata