The Hummingbird Cafe in Parsonage Street is shutting permanently on Saturday, April 22.
The cafe and restaurant – which specialises in Caribbean food – has been a staple in Dursley for a decade – opening its doors for the first time in 2013 on Silver Street before moving to the high street.
Owner Suzi Abraham said the closure was due to ‘unforeseen circumstances”.
A statement reads: “Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have announced the closure of our much-loved Hummingbird.
“We are now in a position where we now need to sell everything.
“On Saturday, April 29 we will be opening the doors one last time to sell everything we have, from tables to fridges, pots, pans and cutlery.
“So come down and buy a little piece of the Hummingbird to treasure forever.”
Customers have been reacting to the news with sadness on social media.
One comment reads: “I’m really sorry to hear you’re closing. What a lovely little cafe!”
Another reads: “So sad to read this news that you are closing. We moved to Berkeley nearly two years ago, found you and have been many times.
“It will not be the same. Good food, happy staff. All the best to you all.”