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Buy a piece of Brasserie Perrier

An auctioneer is selling off the stuff from the Walnut Street landmark.

Buy a piece of Brasserie Perrier

Brasserie Perrier´s bar. (Image via Double Take Auctions)
Brasserie Perrier's bar. (Image via Double Take Auctions)

Ever wonder how many deals -- that is, major financial transactions and minor hookups -- went down at Brasserie Perrier's bar?

Well, you can buy the bar, and chandeliers and booths and tables and chairs and a glass washer and pots, pans and dishes. The whole shebang, from two kitchens.

Brasserie Perrier, which bit the dust over New Year's, is being sold down to the bare walls by Double Take Auctions.

Bidding is underway, though inspection at 1619 Walnut St. will be this Saturday. The online auction will end March 14.

The listing:

Custom Marble topped 26' long bar, Greg Leavitt wrought iron art, beautiful seating with booths, chairs, tables, high end lighting, complete POS system, (2) Complete dishwashing stations, Carpigiani Batch Freezer, Manitowic 1,800lbs/day Ice Machine, Garland Gas stoves, US range, deep fryer, Hobart DoubleStacked convection Ovens, Cleveland 40 gallon tilting kettle, Cleveland 40 gallon braising pan, Hobart 20qt mixer with attachments, (2) complete hood systems, prep tables, coolers, freezers, metro shelves, Victory Wine Cooler, triple sinks, pots, pans, dinnerwear, utensils, too much to list. 

Michael Klein Philly.com
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