Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Swallow for sale

Swallow, the Northern Liberties restaurant that recently switched to an all-macaroni-and-cheese menu, is for sale.

Swallow for sale

Swallow, the year-old Northern Liberties restaurant, is for sale on Craigslist. The ad does not disclose the restaurant's name, but owner Jason Caminos confirmed the offering, as the details in the ad add up.

Asking price is $185,000.

Swallow recently veered from a Euro-inspired menu to a lower-priced one based on macaroni-and-cheese dishes. It had been closed over the holidays. A sign on the door cited the death of the owners' dog, as Foobooz.com reported.

Swallow is still in business and will reopen tonight (1/8) for dinner, and tomorrow would resume regular hours (noon to 2:30 p.m. for lunch, 6-10 p.m. for dinner Tuesdays through Saturdays), said Caminos.

The ad reads:

Brand new restaurant less than one year old. Seats 38-50 inside and 15-20 outside. all equipment is in excellent condition: salamander, fryer, 6 burner imperial with oven, 2 burner imperial with griddle and oven, two 4 ft. low boys, 1 salad/sandwich prep low boy, 1 2-door reach in refrigerator, 1 1-door reach in freezer, large 10x9 walkin refrigerator, pass through dishwasher, prep tables, wire shelving, 10 ft hood with powerful exhaust and fire supression system. It's a byob, restaurant in great location (on liberties walk) in hot new area of philadelphia. Restaurant is ready for you to open without any renovations (turn key). Great lease with 4 years left and two 5 year options.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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