Historically, the restaurant has been permitted for 49 seats, combination of indoors (dining room and bar) and out, with a full seasonal liquor license. The restaurant has french doors, sliding glass doors, and windows that open up, bringing the outside in and the inside out.. It’s private and secluded, yet just off the busy Main Street.
The new operator will need to bring in its own equipment and concept. In place is a bar, ansel system, fire alarm system and a limited amount of furniture and equipment.
Diagonally across from Mass Bay Army Navy, Jewelcraft & Anejo Mexican Bistro.
The outdoor Dining area is a brick patio. A canopy covers a portion of this area. It is enclosed on all sides and shielded from view by the public. Outdoor heaters work well in the shoulder seasons.
For the first two years, the lease is being offered as gross plus utilities; it will convert to a NNN lease at year three. Landlord will work with the new operator to grant an agreed upon period of free rent in order for the tenant to set up and obtain permits.