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Caribbean waterfront Italian restaurant for sale as a going concern

24 February 2015
Caribbean waterfront Italian restaurant for sale as a going concern

CARIBBEAN WATERFRONT ITALIAN RESTAURANT
FOR SALE AS A GOING CONCERN

One of the most successful restaurants in the Caribbean. Recently extended and refitted.

Located on the island of Antigua, on the water's edge of an established marina golf residential resort.

Antigua is an unspoilt paradise boasting a beach for every day of the year. Almost one million annual tourist arrivals, an affluent ex-pat community, and the most famous yachting centre of the Caribbean. Year round sun, sea, sand, and a low taxation environment, with daily direct flights from the UK, Europe, USA, and Canada.

Trading 7 days a week 11 months a year, evenings only, with potential to extend the trading hours and the premises. Currently laid out for 95 covers plus the bar. Wood fired oven. Serving pizza, pasta, meat, fish ….and jazz.

Leasehold premises with nine years remaining on the lease at a current rental of just US$ 49,000 per annum.

This excellent and very profitable business is offered for sale as a going concern. Price $600,000 (approx. £400,000)

ALL ENQUIRIES TO

OFFICERS QUARTERS, NELSONS DOCKYARD
ENGLISH HARBOUR, ANTIGUA, WEST INDIES

EMAIL: richard@richardwatsonco.com

WEB: www.richardwatsonco.com

TEL: ANTIGUA (268) 726 2232

MORE BAR CARIBBEAN RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITIES ALWAYS AVAILABLE.

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