Moseley’s popular ‘closed for two weeks’ brunch now on sale
A prominent cafe in Moseley hit the market after customers learned it was only closing for a “short break.”
Lewis’s, in St Mary’s Row, closed in late July and a sign posted in the cafe window said it would be closed for two weeks to allow staff vacations and train new team members.
However, questions were raised when the venue did not reopen in August as planned.
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The popular brunch spot, which garnered dozens of five-star ratings on Trip Advisor, has since been listed for sale along with the remainder of the property’s lease.
The company went into voluntary liquidation on September 3 and its Facebook page is now unavailable.
Lewis’s is on the market for an undisclosed sum – with price on request – and the rent is £ 31,200 a year.
The list reads: “The property is situated in a very important position in the heart of the village of Moseley on the main A435, just south of Birmingham city center.
“Moseley is renowned for its wide variety of restaurants and bars as well as for its live music venues and is an ideal location for a property of this nature.
“Behind the property is a large public car park allowing guests to easily take advantage of the premises and the larger shopping center.
“The property is set up for commerce as a cafe / bistro. It has a pleasant frontage to the road on a large curve overlooking the village center.
“To the front of the property is a bar area with seating with the kitchen area and another seating area to the rear.
“The stairs lead up to a third dining room on the first floor where the kitchen prep area and guest washroom are located.
“There are two other upper floors used for administration and / or storage. A full bathroom with showers is located on the upper floors making up [it] ideal for dormitory purposes for the premises staff. “
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