This 4-Star restaurant and banquet hall contains a total of 28,016 square feet and is situated along the White Horse Pike near the overpass of the Garden State Parkway. Originally constructed circa 1930, with several subsequent editions including the large banquet hall which was added circa 1970.
A 5,862 SF diner situated along Route 206 in Somerville, NJ, just south of the Route 206 Circle. Originally constructed in the 1950's, this diner seats 105 patrons, but had been vacant for about 5-years at the time of the appraisal.
Waterfront restaurant adjacent to the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife preserve and situated on a tributary of the Great Bay. This property was constructed in 1930 and underwent significant renovations between 2007 and 2010, including the addition of a large outside deck with outside bar. The restaurant seats 60 people inside and another 40 people outside. Also, there are five floating docks and a large fixed dock with total of 181 linear feet and seven wet slips.
A 14,856 SF building with half constructed in approximately 1870 and the other half constructed in the 1950's. This was the former Endeaver Fire Co. No. 1 and was proposed for conversion to a restaurant with 2nd floor banquet hall. Total seating capacity in the new restaurant will be 450 people. The buiding includes a steeple with bell and block.
Operating as Billy's Famous Root Beer, this was constructed in 1964 as a Stewart's Root Beer and contained 2,077 square feet. The restaurant included a Pet Lounge for patrons of the restaurant to let their pets run while enjoying a meal.
A 3,528 SF restaurant within a 4,704 square foot mixed-use building, this restaurant had been vacant and was proposed for a $500,000 renovation at the time of the appraisal. Situated at the intersection of Route 35 and Tyler Street, with additional frontage along Willow Street
Recently purchased by Carton Brewery, this was a 9,350 square foot building which was being converted to a craft brewery and restaurant, with a 1,030 square foot tasting room. An 8,000 square foot upper level was planned.
7,544 gross square foot building situated on 1.5 acres. The subject was originally built in 2000, retrofitted in 2003, and is currently operating as a Mexican restaurant known as Rosalita's Roadside Cantina. Rosalita's provides take-out service and owns a liquor license. Seats 260 patrons, including 25 seats at the bar. There is seating for an additional 36 patrons outside.
New Craft distillery on Route 34 in colts Neck offers cocktails, tours, tasting and events. The StillHouse is designed similar to a distilling focal point in Kentucky known as Moonshine University. The architect worked with Kentucky engineers, and Amish crews constructed the facility and the indoor bar.
Proposed Craft Distillery. Charles Ferri is Converting a 19th century former monastery, situated on a 27-acre riverfront parcel on Route 9W in the Town of Esopus that was subdivided from a 117-acre piece once owned by the Christian Brothers. into a destination boutique distillery where he will be producing gin and whiskey from the waters of Esopus, NY. Ferri is known for running night clubs in the Hamptons
Korean barbeque restaurant business within the Koreatown neighborhood of Manhattan. An ethnic Korean enclave that has grown exponentially since the 1980's and become the cultural nexus for several smaller Koreatowns. The restaurant has gained extraordinary notoriety over the past few years, becoming a popular attraction for not only numerous celebrities, including Anthony Bourdain, Chris Rock, Rachael Ray and Channing Tatum, but even more importantly, the subject restaurant became a hot-spot for numerous celebrity chefs from the area, including David Chang, Dominique Ansel, Rich Torrisi of Corbone and Santina, Mission Chinese's Danny Bowien, numerous "Top Chef" Contestants, such as Dale Talde.