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Ditmars sports bar for sale

May 15, 2014 By Michael Florio

An Astoria sports bar is on the market.

The owners of Ditmars Station, located at 22-55 31st Street, are trying to selling the business for $299,000.

They are touting the bar, which can seat 80 people, as a “fantastic sports bar/restaurant” with a prime location. The bar is located next to the 31st street subway station, down the street from Ditmars Blvd.

The bar brings in $830,000 of net revenue, with expenses totaling $572,000, according to a multiple listing ad. The rent is $5,800.

The pub has been recently renovated and it comes with 14 TVs, a projector and a surveillance system.

The bar is located in a very competitive environment. It is located next door to O’Hanlon’s Bar and is across the street from Sweet Spot Sporting Lounge and Restaurant.

The owner was unavailable for comment.

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Gina Plakas

please call me – Gina at 347-880-0455. i am very interested in purchasing Ditmars Station bar. Thanks.


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