YORK-based surveyors Barry Crux has been appointed on behalf of administrators to sell a Bridlington restaurant.
Begbies Traynor, of Preston, has instructed Castlegate-based Barry Crux to sell the Quayside Restaurant and Tavern Bar with a £250,000 asking price.
Occupying a prominent position on South Cliff Road, Quayside Restaurant and Tavern Bar offers approximately 1,550 sq ft of accommodation, providing 58 covers and an adjoining Fish & Chip shop.
Also included in the sale is a 1,300 sq ft Tavern Bar which provides a lounge bar facility with two main trading rooms and a central bar servery.
A spokesman for Barry Crux said: "The business and property which has been acquired by an established restaurant operator has undoubted potential to achieve high levels of sales and profitability."
Barry Crux also acts jointly with Nicholas Belt Estate Agency on behalf of administrators Begbies Traynor, in relation to the sale of four apartments,