7 restaurants & bars you can buy right now in Toronto
It's been a busy past few weeks for the deadpool (no, not that one) in Toronto, as we bade a fond farewell to Hot Beans, the Pink Grapefruit, and the Yorkville Lettieri, among others. But death is a natural part of life (for humans and for restaurants), and a whole new crop of eateries are ready to grow forth from the underbrush.
Here are 7 restaurants and bars you can buy right now in Toronto.
As previously reported, local culinary fixture Jamie Kennedy has put up his Corktown spot for sale, with the restaurant set to close at the end of the month. The 42-seat spot clocks in at 4,000 square feet, with a sizeable kitchen expanded in 2008 to support Kennedy's catering operations. The asking price has not been listed publically.
The College St. party bar is still open and booking events, but the business is currently listed for sale. Your $175,000 gets you 1,440 square feet, a liquor license for 132 seats, and a nice, cozy dance floor.
This Bloor and Bathurst dumpling spot, open for just under a year, is (already) available for a tidy $75,000. The space encompasses 1,500 square feet (plus a basement) and an LLBO license for 66 seats.
Agra Fine Indian
The Entertainment District Indian buffet, just down the road from the TIFF Lightbox, can be yours for $149,000. The 2,000 square foot, 80-seat space is licensed and features some nice exposed-brick detailing. (Splashy cocktail lounge or nice, safe franchise eatery? I'm taking bets now.)
You too can own one of Toronto's top shisha cafes. The five-year-old Awtash, located at College and Bathurst, is available for $199,000, seats 120, and is, according to the listing, "highly profitable and easy to run".
Yet another College St. spot up for sale: The sprawling, 2,500-square-foot, two-floor Crawford, which also features an office space and an 11-seat front patio. Score your own party central for $239,000.
If you're a fan of this Rosedale Thai spot, don't fret - the listing touts their base of "stable return customers" as a reason to buy the business as-is. The price isn't publically listed for the 2,000 square foot spot.
Did I miss any? Leave your tips for restaurants for sale in Toronto in the comments.
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