Avellino’s Decatur space is on the marketImage obtained via Google Maps
Decatur, GA — Avellino’s Decatur closed permanently on March 22, and now the space is being marketed to another potential tenant.
Steve Josovitz, a broker with The Shumacher Group, Inc., shared the listing with Decaturish. The restaurant is described as a “neighborhood favorite.”
The listing says, “Seller recently closed business to focus on other business as he was spreading himself too thin.”
The price is $95,000 for the lease and assets, but the seller is willing to consider “all reasonable offers.”
“Keep As-Is or Convert to Any Concept i.e juice bar, ghost kitchen, BBQ, plant-based, Asian, taqueria, bakery, coffee, café, burgers, Indian, Greek, Mediterranean, Retail, Office or Professional Use,” the listing says. “Donuts and Mexican concepts are restricted because of Revolution Doughnuts and a Mexican-Latin concept from the Owner of El Tesoro. The landlord will not permit any late-night clubs, loud music venues, or hookah lounges due to the residential location. Name, trademarks, or recipes are not included in the sale.”
To see the full listing, click here.
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