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6 restaurants you can buy right now in Toronto

Opening a restaurant is risky business in Toronto. This year, we've already lost neighbourhood stalwarts such as Crush Wine Bar and Swan (athough, it's been revamped by chef and restaurateur Anthony Rose). With many spaces for sale across the city, you can also try to revive an ailing eatery.

Here's a roundup of six restaurants you can buy right now in Toronto.

Leslieville Diner
Want to serve up breakfast to east end locals? After seven years of business, the folks behind the Leslieville Diner are retiring, leaving their restaurant for sale to an enterprising new owner that could be you.

Coco Lezzone
For a cool $399,000 you can be the proud proprietor of this 88-seater in Yorkville. Try your luck at wooing in the neighbourhood's ritzy crowd with this fully licensed Italian eatery on Avenue Road, just one block south of Davenport.

Mexican Amigos Restaurant
If lime green walls aren't your thing, you can refurbish this massive North York restaurant to suit your needs, whatever they are. With room for 200 diners plus a 40-person patio, this $499,000 space is surrounded by "major anchor franchises," which is just what this place may become.

Bite Me Grill
Though it doesn't have a liquor license yet, this Greek Town spot features an open-concept kitchen and a patio. And, for $229,000 you can takeover this all-day breakfast place.

747 Wine Bar
This pint-sized, 40-seat wine bar has on-trend exposed brick, wood-paneled walls and "high pedestrian traffic," according to the listing. If you've got $149,000, you can have it all to yourself.

Retro Burger
Give burger-slinging a try and buy this Danforth Avenue spot for $139,900. According to the listing, this fast-food joint has been around for four years with "stable sales and good income."

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