Thats a shame however, their coffee was pretty bad. I've heard they roasted it themselves, but they had a habit, IMO, of letting it stay in the store until it sold and roasted coffee goes bad in about 3 weeks. Nobody wants to pay coffee shop prices for rancid coffee.
If I had been running that store, I would have put a door on the patio side and built some sort of pergola and fence to make it more inviting for outdoor seating. That metal lawn furniture thrown out on that concrete pad wasn't that nice. It's attention to the small touches like that that really make a difference.
On a side note, I've noticed there are a lot of closed businesses in Rosedale and that development next to it where Bilo is located. The Quiznos recently closed too. On the other hand, there is apparently a new place called NoodleTasia that is getting ready to open, so it isn't all bad news.