A flood of restaurants are listed for sale in the Boise area.
While there are often a number of food and drink restaurants on the market, we’ve noticed an uptick recently in the number of dining spots looking for new owners.
- There’s the Asian fusion grill in an “overlooked area,” of Boise with a patio space listed for $395,000.
- Or, an “icon in the industry” that is one of the best-rated restaurants in Boise over the last 13 years, according to the sales pitch. Yours for $290,000.
- The owners of a restaurant and bar “close to hotels and theaters” put their establishment up for sale. The listing doesn’t give the name of the business but does note it’s located at 7802 W. Spectrum – which is the Boise location for Mexican restaurant El Tenampa. This one’s up for $250,000.
- A “popular diner with (a) loyal following” somewhere in Boise is also available. Established in 2006, the spot offers both lunch and breakfast. Owners hope to grab $150,000 from the sale.
- If you always dreamed of owning a franchise restaurant, an unnamed one is listed for sale. This one was founded in 2014 and the current owner has been in business for three years. It’s listed at $308,000.
- There are several bakeries for sale. We told you about the package of two Great Harvest locations last year – they’re still on the market.
- Or, a bakery established in 1992 with a “stellar reputation,” in a new 4-year-old building is listed for $299,000.
- There’s also a European-style bakery-cafe with a “motivated seller” that offers coffee and upscale pastries and deserts. Just $85,000.
- Bars? Those are on the market too. A “classy little bar” in Downtown Boise hit the market. It’s described as pet-friendly and measures 1,033 square feet in size. It doesn’t come with the liquor license, but you can pick this up for $65,000.
- Over in Meridian, a sports pub with a so-called casual atmosphere is for sale. The 3,796 square foot spot is a franchise with a “family sports pub concept and very loyal following of customers nationwide. For $375,000, it’s yours.
- And lastly, also in Meridian, if you want to own a restaurant that started out as a yogurt shop but branched out into burgers, that’s available too. Just $195,000.