This destination restaurant attracted lots of interest from food service professionals, but was eventually sold to BrewDog Bars who were keen to take advantage of its prime location and “interesting” 2 level architecture.  Change of use planning applications always take some time but the focused efforts of the buyer, seller and Gator Business Sales all contributed to the ultimately successful outcome.

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“Mark’s years of experience and expertise guided us along the road of selling our business.  From the very first conversation I had with him, discussing the various pros and cons involved in marketing our restaurant, he gave me the confidence to move forward with a local company offering personal service.”  –  Debbie Kruit and Ian Baker, former proprietors of Coco Rio Restaurant.[/tagline_box]