Cafe up for sale in Cork's English Market

A sit-down cafe and barista business – just one of two sit-down eateries within the main section of Cork’s acclaimed English Market is for sale, as a going concern.

Listed with agent Sam Kingston is Cafe Anraith, at Unit 4B near the Grand Parade entrances, and close to Market Lane, where The Oyster bar/restaurant is set to re-open in June.

Key money is likely to be in the €50,000/€100,000 bracket and the unit has a rent set at €10,000 pa, with rates and service charges each at €2,500 pa, and insurance is €1,500 pa.

Being sold with all fittings and a 21-year lease up to 2024, it has planning for “a retail shop for the preparation, display and sale of soups, stews, juices and ancillary products and hot and cold beverages”.

“It’s a unique opportunity to acquire a business opportunity in an internationally renowned, popular food emporium,” said Mr Kingston.

Also among the market’s traders is barista Mary Rose, while the renowned Farm Gate restaurant operates on a higher level, on a balcony circling around the Princes Street end of the English Market.

Details: Casey & Kingston 021-4271127

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