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Fully equipped liquor bar and live music venue located just 2 blocks from the waterfront in historic Jack London Square. This turnkey setup includes a type 48 liquor license (no food sales required) plus an entertainment permit for live music shows on its well-designed stage. Current concept is a speakeasy style lounge with tons of charm but could easily be transformed to meet your vision. Sale includes the liquor license plus all furniture, fixtures, & equipment (FF&E). Potential to negotiate a new lease with the building owner.
Location. Location. Location. That is Jack London’s key selling point. It’s got Bay views, the call of seabirds, and the ferry as public transit. Enjoy the peace of the waterfront, or head a few paces onshore and down European styled walkways to a booming bar and restaurant scene, including Plank, The Fat Lady, and BBQ joint Everett & Jones. Music can be heard almost every night of the week at Yoshi’s, the famed spot in the Bay Area for jazz and dinner. Tucked within these modern-day diversions and loft-style living are serious old-school stops. California’s second oldest bar, Heinold’s First and Last Saloon, opened in 1883 and is still lit by gas (author Jack London wrote here). Or just look for the writer’s Yukon cabin—a replica built from the original boards.