9 restaurants you can buy right now in Toronto
If you've been dreaming of opening your own restaurant, there might be something to your liking on the market right now. There's a variety of commercial properties currently for sale, from a modestly-sized takeout spot on West Queen West to a restaurant in Leslieville boasting tons of space and a rooftop patio.
Here are 9 restaurants you can buy right now in Toronto.
This popular brunch spot in the Junction can be yours for $85,000. The 24-seat space is a modest 800 square feet plus a basement. The exposed brick wall with imprinted cat paws is a nice touch.
Le Papillon on the Park
This French restaurant in Leslieville recently shut its doors. The 6295 square-foot building is going for $2,490,000, which gets you a fully-equipped restaurant that comes with a rooftop patio and adjoining public parking space.
Regulars of this Kensington Market stalwart should fill up on falafel while they can. You can own this restaurant and the building it's housed in for $2,629,000. This three-storey property includes a finished basement and comes with fully-operational kitchen equipment.
Chelo and Co
This property on West Queen West is currently home to a pricey Persian takeout spot that opened last year. It can be yours for $128,000. It's a small space, but on the plus side there's a lot of foot traffic in the area.
The owner of this longstanding restaurant-bar on College St. is retiring. For $3,750,000 you can own the 9069 square-foot building. Included in the price is the restaurant itself, including the equipment and the liquor license.
Thai Country Kitchen
This family-run Thai restaurant is housed in a three-storey building on Spadina Avenue in the heart of Chinatown. It's going for $1,698,000.
If you've ever wanted to run your own pho restaurant, here's your chance. For $1,990,000 you can own this 2200 square-foot eatery, plus two two-bedroom apartments at Dundas and Bathurst.
Want to run a bar on West Queen West? The asking price for this establishment near The Drake is $2,299,000, which gets you the business including the liquor license and a "newly-installed" kitchen, as well as a renovated three-bedroom loft apartment on the second and third floors.
Leonard's Family Restaurant
This neighbourhood breakfast haunt in Leaside can be yours. For $2,599,900 you get the restaurant, a three-bedroom unit on the second floor, and nine parking spots. The listing notes that it's only steps from a future Eglinton Crosstown LRT station.
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