One of Portadown’s most popular restaurants and food takeaways is up for sale.
Wee Barney’s, at Bridge Street in the town, is being advertised for sale as a going concern.
Wee Barney’s has been in business in Portadown for close on 30 years.
And if you fancy a change or have money to invest then the £255,000 asking price will secure the building and business complete with all fixtures and fittings.
The building itself is quite deceptive in appearance from the outside and one could be forgiven for walking on past a rather narrow shop front. But what lies on the other side of the natural stone facade is a little gem.
Two rows of snug-like tables, with high backed timber partitions running from front to back.
The restaurant is renowned for some of the finest fayre to be found in County Armagh.
And its reputation ensures that customers call time and time again.
Indeed, this is a key point highlighted in the property listing.
The listing advises: “The name ‘Wee Barney’s’ is synonymous in the local area with quality food and service and this is evidenced by the long standing regular customer base.
“Even those readers who have dined in Wee Barney’s will not appreciate the deceptively spacious building without further inspection of the first floor area and stores. The building is arranged over two floors with the ground floor split between the seating area and kitchen.
“The first floor area can accommodate an additional 50 covers (approx) and also provides a number of stores and staff facilities making this an excellent prospect with potential to expand the current business offer.
“There are 12 tables with fixed benches capable of seating 48-60 covers at ground floor level and tables and chairs to accommodate an additional 50 covers (approx) at first floor level.
“The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of appliances, ovens, frier units and all the associated equipment required for running the business.”
The agents highlight the prime location on “one of the busiest thoroughfares into and out of the town which benefits from high levels of pedestrian and vehicular traffic”.
And they add: “We are instructed to sell the business as a going concern to include goodwill value and all fixtures, fittings and equipment.”