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414 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY 14202

Restaurant Space Available for Lease

On the corner of Pearl Street and Chippewa Street in the heart of Buffalo’s thriving Theater District.  Centered between several hotels: Hampton InnHyatt RegencyEmbassy Suites, Comfort Suites,  Hilton Garden Inn, Hotel Lafayette, Westin Hotel, and the new Trico/Hart Hotel development.  Located on the doorstep of the Chippewa Entertainment District and Theater District.  Just a short walk to Shea’s Performing Arts Center and many more!

Across the street from the twin Key Towers and the new IBM 500 employee software facility.

The new 120 acre, 20,000+ employee Buffalo Medical Campus and the 700 employee Catholic Health System HQ are a couple of blocks away.

This location is on a main corridor to The First Niagara Center and the historic Erie Canal Waterfront. Canalside hosts over 750 events and 750,000 visitors annually. The First Niagara Center seats over 19,000 spectators for professional hockey and even more for basketball and concerts

7,200 square feet of space available: 4,000 sf dining room, 1,200 sf kitchen and 2,000 sf of basement storage, 12′ x 14′ elevated stage.

There in no better location for a Blues, Jazz or Piano Bar.

Elevated seating sections look at a central stage. It will seat approximately 120 to 130 on the floor and another 30 to 40 patrons at the bar.

Spacious 4000 sq ft dining room
1200 sq ft kitchen with large walk-in

If you are looking to open a Brew Pub this spot has one of the longest bars in WNY.  A large, clean and dry basement provides the perfect spot for high capacity beer keg refrigeration.

Comfortable. old brick walls create a nostalgic atmosphere – outstanding spot for a large sports bar.

Red oak floors and tin ceilings throughout.

Contact us to arrange for a tour.

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Contact 716-854-4800 or info@garveyandgarvey.com for more information.

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