Project Description

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]