The site also states, “Keep as is or convert to any club, lounge, bar or restaurant.”
Other information about the venue, according to the Schumacer Group, which is selling the bar:
Owner completely gutted space and removed old floors and added polished cement floors, pool table, re-upholstered banquettes (booths) from Floataway Cafe, raised DJ booth, leather couches, ottoman, chairs, bar stools and custom built bar & liquor cabinets, stage, stunning 15-seat bar with incredible lighting and sound system plus a small kitchen to pump out panini s, pizza and Italian small plates.
Over 30/ft exposed ceilings add incredible depth to space. Keep as is or convert to any club, lounge, bar or restaurant. Sale includes all assets of business including furniture, fixtures, equipment, small wares, POS system, ice machine, coolers, sound system, DJ equipment, video projector, TV’s, etc.
Sacrifice sale at at $79,000 which is a fraction of start-up costs.