707 Main Street - Pope - 3,000 Sq. Ft.
If you're looking for a turn-key restaurant with a great little destination location, this is it. This iconic building located in downtown Pope, Mississippi is known as "The Place" and is loved by all who've enjoyed it over the years. The family-owned business has everything needed for new owners to get started right away. All equipment, appliances, furniture, decor, and inventory are included. The main room/ dining area is a spacious 1,500 square feet and features local history decor, plenty of seating, handmade wooden tables, a twenty-foot bar, and a corner wooden platform stage and piano in place for live music or karaoke. There are two commercial kitchens, one large and one small, and an office with storage, filing cabinets, security camera monitors. and more. Even the restroom is worth visiting with its vintage album-covered back wall with a signed Rock 103 focal point. Everything you need is already in place from the commercial griddle and steam tables to the side-by-side freezer, so you'd be ready to go on closing day! The roof was replaced in the fall of 2020, and the larger central heat and air units were replaced in 2019. There's a second smaller central air unit and also a wall unit in the back kitchen to make sure the cooks and servers are kept nice and comfortable! The restaurant is located just 5 minutes from I-55 and is a short drive to Enid Lake. It's also a quick drive to Charleston or Crowder, providing a dining spot for delta area deer and duck hunters, too, Way too much inventory to describe, so be sure to see photos and documents.
Water with Pope/Courtland Water Department, Sewer Service with Town of Pope, Electricity - Entergy, Propane Tank Leased through Grisham in Clarksdale, 2 Landline Phones with AT&T (cable to building for internet), DirectTV for TV Service Provider
Annual Taxes: $899
Driving Directions: From I-55, take the Courtland/Pope exit onto Hentz Road. Head east and take the first left onto Green Road. In one mile, cross over Hwy 51 at the stop sign onto Main Street. In one mile, the restaurant will be on the right just across the railroad tracks.
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