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5 more restaurants you can buy right now in Toronto

It was only last month that we highlighted six Toronto restaurants currently for sale. Now, from a burger joint to a seafood haven, a bunch of new restaurants have hit the market - so if you want to breathe life into a Toronto eatery this might be your chance.

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

Rock Lobster Leslieville
Rock Lobster, a favourite in the west end, hasn't gotten the same love in Leslieville. This coveted corner spot, now up for sale, boasts a trio of patios and enough room for 68 diners indoors. A huge plus you won't have to go furniture shopping, everything is included when you buy. Purchasing this eatery will put you back $250,000.

Joons
If you want to set up shop in the Annex, look no further than this Korean eatery. The fully equipped kitchen, 50-seat dining area and high density foot-traffic make this outpost well worth the $30,000 price tag.

Big Moe's Burgers
Looking to kick start a take out eatery in Pape Village? The second location of Big Moe's has all the fixings you need. In the heart of a residential area, expect a healthy dose of foot traffic from families. It can be yours for a mere $39,000.

Bread & Bowl
If you want to start up a new cafe and lunch spot, try the Bread & Bowl. Located in the heart of downtown, this cafe is surrounded by condos, offices and hospitals. It also sports a decent sized patio, which always helps reel in new customers. Buying will cost you $249,000.

TAT Burger
This Little Italy spot is perfect if you want to upstart your own greasy spoon. It's newly renovated and has room for about 25 diners. The restaurant also sports a fully equipped kitchen, so it's practically good to go once you seal the deal. Buying the place will cost you $75,000.

Which restaurant would you buy? Let us know in the comments.


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