A popular bakery and bar in Madison may soon be going the way of many of the businesses that made it a hub of downtown dining in the 1980s.
According to The New York Times, Madison is considering closing the downtown eatery Madison Florist.
The restaurant, which opened in 1985, has been a part of the Madison neighborhood for more than a half century.
It has been closed for the last few months.
The bakery was originally open since the early 1970s.
However, its owners decided to close due to financial difficulties.
A spokesperson for the Madison City Council confirmed that the city will not renew the lease for the bakery and it will be closing.
The spokesperson said that the bakery is no longer a Madison landmark and the city plans to seek a different location.
Madison is home to many notable businesses, including the University of Wisconsin and Madison University.
However the city is facing a budget shortfall and many of its neighborhoods have been impacted.
The area has been hit hard by the economic downturn.
The Madison Fire Department said that a number of businesses have closed in the past year.
Many have been left without employees or the resources to continue operating.
In fact, the Madison Fire Departments website lists over 3,000 businesses and over 1,000 jobs.
In 2018 alone, the area lost $1.9 million in retail business, according to the city.
Madison was known as the birthplace of the “march” in the mid-1920s and is a popular destination for the city’s artists and music scene.