Metro Vancouver’s restaurant scene is currently booming with diversity, and it seems more and more business owners want to invest in an eatery. If your New Year’s resolutions include getting in on the flavours and flare, here’s 5 restaurants that should be on your radar.
If you’re looking to get in on Kitsilano’s growing patio scene, keep an eye on Rolands. The 4,000 square-foot space is currently available for $129,000, and seats up to 159 guests, with a 20 seat seasonal sidewalk patio.
Robson Street is the heart of Vancouver’s shopping scene, and also one of the most priciest places to rent in the country. Argan Bistro, a 957 square-foot Pacific Northwest fare restaurant is situated right off the corner of Robson on Jervis. It’s listed as a “turn-key” operation, with plenty of new equipment and fixtures available at your disposal for $148,000.
Originally from Newport Beach, California, Chronic Tacos’ New Westminster location is currently up for sale for $379,000. The fast food chain is one of three in metro Vancouver, and boosts 1597 square-feet, seating up to 50 people. It’s located on the southwest corner of Columbia Square Plaza – a couple blocks from the Quay and New Westminster Skytrain Station.
The Mongolie Grill – location only
The location currently home to The Mongolie Grill is available as an asset purchase. Situated at Broadway and Cambie, the space to a potential new restaurant sits on the corner of one of Vancouver’s busiest intersections. Yours for $169,000, with lease options available.
Hiro Sushi – Park Royal Mall
If a food court is more your scene, sushi may be your calling in West Vancouver’s Park Royal South Shopping Mall. The fast food restaurant offers 400 square-feet for $488,000.
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