Lot dimensions 3 744.6 m² (40 306.54 ft²)

Owners’ comments

Located on the borders of the small Natashquan River, a few steps from the sea, in the famous village sung by Gilles Vigneault, Le Goût du large restaurant is looking for new owners. The three current owners, three women born in the village, did not sell this workbench due to a lack of profitability. Quite the contrary. The only restaurant open all year round east of Havre Saint-Pierre, the turnover and profitability of this establishment would be the envy of many restaurateurs. The owners want to pass the torch.

In summer during the tourist season, visitors find in the Goût du Large menu dishes prepared with local products that generally delight their taste buds. This is reflected in the comments on Trip Advisor. And, all year round, workers and people in the villages of Michon Island, Aguanish, Pointe-Parent, Nutashkuan and Natashquan find affordable prices on the menu to suit the appetites and tastes of the area.

The restaurant operates in a solid, all-brick building and has a large parking space. A dining room allows groups wishing to work or celebrate a special event to be welcomed with more privacy. Having acquired a building permit to build a terrace along the river, the restaurant could accommodate a few guests outside in the summer.

Several members of the current Le Goût du Large team will be happy to continue working with the new owners if they so desire.

You are looking for a profitable restaurant with multiple development opportunities. Le Goût du Large awaits you!

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Restaurant for sale

No. 872508

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