According to 2nd Language's social media account, the patisserie will no longer be open for regular service.
The patisserie has been serving french style bakery items for just over a year.
The bakery was the first of two restaurants to open under the name 2nd Language in the newly renovated National Biscut Company building in downtown Evansville.
The second restaurant under the same name, serving Southeast Asian style ramen opened just a few weeks ago.
According to the post, the bakery will serve some of their most popular items on Saturday, Dec. 4, 11, and 18th before closing up shop.
However, they do plan to continue to bake Japanese-style desserts for the ramen restaurant and may consider doing patisserie pop-ups in the future.
"We will continue our evaluation of the Patisserie space for other concepts which are sustainable in today's work environment," said 2nd Language owner Randy Hobson.
He went on to thank customers who have supported the small bakery. "I am sorry that we needed to make this decision but I assure you that it is best for our most important asset, our employees, and Pangea Holdings long-term," Hobson concluded.
Gift cards will be honored at the ramen restaurant.