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Brooklyn Nibbles: Slope’s Little D on the Market

June 11th, 2008 · 4 Comments

The South Slope’s Little D Eatery, which is on Seventh Avenue between 14th and 15th Streets, is on the market. Someone posted a link on Brooklynian to the listing on Craigslist offering a Seventh Avenue Bar/Restaurant for either $415K or $350K, depending on the ad. Per the $415K ad:

Neighborhood Bar / Restaurant with strong neighborhood clientelle for Sale in Rapidly Developing South Slope (Brooklyn). Reduced Price! Turn Key, beautifully built restaurant / bar with full liquor license and loyal neighborhood clientele. The Restaurant is approx 800 sq ft. seating 50 at 17 tables with 8 seats at the bar (74 capacity). Dining atmosphere is warm, intimate and energetic. Features weekly wine tastings, Live music and an eclectic seasonal menu. Kitchen and bar are fully operational with all new equipment. Purchaser will receive brand new 10 Year with 5 year option at an amazing rental rate of $4500 per month. Key Money:$415,000. 50% Owner Financing Available.

The $350K ad which has some different details is here. A number of restaurants and have opened and closed in the area in the last year or so. The most recent changeover is a new one–from Laila to Ten Japanese on the corner of Seventh Ave. and 15th Street.

Tags: Brooklyn Nibbles · South Slope

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Michael // Jun 11, 2008 at 2:08 pm

    …and as for one of those new restaurants, Ten (7th and 15th) is just superb. I’ve been there a few times now, and their range of Japanse is broad and the quality superb. They have done a very good job at presenting sensational food for a decent price. For the time being, it’s BYO.

  • 2 Jessica // Jun 12, 2008 at 11:20 am

    Noooooooooooooooooo! I love Little D!

  • 3 jh // Jun 12, 2008 at 11:22 am

    this is horrible! this is the best restaurant in park slope if not in new york! i hope the owners reconsider!

  • 4 jill // Jun 12, 2008 at 1:30 pm

    If that rent is so amazing and they had a loyal following, why couldn’t it survive?