Own a part of History with this wonderful historic Bar. Located on the Scenic Byway, Outlaws and Angels. Includes real estate, all furniture and fixtures and equipment, liquor license, and inventory. Great location and just a little over an hour out of Boise. approximately 5,438 sqft. Bar area plus a separate room for banquets, office meetings or private gatherings with a large rollup door to also have indoor/outdoor seating. Large amount of parking for cars and bikes. Used to be Dicks silver dollar bar. Includes the billboard and logo. Updated recently with corrugated panels on the walls, beautiful wooden ceiling, newer roof, new paint. Nice exterior deck for enjoying the summer days and nights. Great stage for Band and entertainment. 3 restrooms. All new TVs throughout. Owners are willing to stay on for a month to help train. Great opportunity, walk in to an already established clientele. Evaporator cooler was re-built last year. - Karen Emerson, Cell: 208-316-3487, Coldwell Banker Tomlinson, Main: 208-336-3393,
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