Reference - 46068
Bruce and Co are delighted to introduce to the market a cc’s Bistro in Bishopbriggs. Since taking over the business in June 2017 the current owners have changed the style of the business to a licensed café bistro and have reluctantly placed the business on to the market due to the need to relocate. This Café Bistro is perfectly situated in the heart of Bishopbriggs and attracts trade from passers-by, shoppers, local businesses and residents. The business is presented to an extremely high standard and needs no further work before new owners could commence trading as the current owners have laid down the foundations for that. Although the business trades well under the current owners there still is scope for new owners to increase turnover with the alcohol license now in place this means that they could open up later should they wish.
Bishopbriggs is a town in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Today, Bishopbriggs' close geographic proximity to Glasgow now effectively makes it a suburb and commuter town of the city. Bishopbriggs grew from a small rural village on the old road from Glasgow to Kirkintilloch and Stirling. The Town centre is known as 'The Village', 'Bishopbriggs Cross' or simply 'The Cross'. The principal retail areas are the Triangle Shopping Centre and the Cross Court. The Triangle Shopping Centre was created via the demolition of older tenement housing stock and the Kenmure Church Hall on the eastern side of Kirkintilloch Road to facilitate the construction of new development called 'The Triangle' so called due to the shape of the available land.
cc’s Bistro, is located in the Cross Court, in the heart of the village. It comprises good sized bistro with 36 covers inside, recently refurbished kitchen and an outside seating area. The property benefits from its location in the cross court, being set back from the main road it is a popular meeting point for families and local business people alike. On entering you are greeted by a welcoming service counter. To the left of the counter, you will find the restaurant, with seating for 36 diners. The restaurant has a full size glass frontage, giving views over the village cross and making the space feel very light and airy. Good quality wooden tables and chairs give various options for seating configurations. Since our client has taken over they have introduced a lot of themed and small function nights which have proven to be successful. To the rear of the trading areas you will find the fully equipped commercial kitchen, . Next to the kitchen. The Ladies, Gents and Disabled facilities are located to the rear of the restaurant
The front of the property leads on to the cross court’s pedestrian area with outside seating and two bespoke canopies covering the front entrance. The rear of the property has a private car park for the owner/manager (two spaces) and bin area.
The property has mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. The business trades with the benefit of full Class three consent and alcohol license
Trading figures will be available after a formal viewing has taken place.
Call to Action
Offers over £24,995 are sought for the leasehold, fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock in trade will be additional at valuation.
Strictly by appointment through the sellers’ sole agents, Bruce & Company. Please remember when viewing that staff and locals may not be aware that the business is on the market and we would be grateful if you do not talk openly about the business while in the area.
All offers, couched in Scottish Legal Terms, should be submitted to the seller’s sole agents Bruce & Company.