Hot dogs, burgers, milkshakes and ice cream sundaes are generally not found on today's normal 'gastronomical' menu – but then the Diner is far from a normal eatery. It's niche;
Selling agent Pat Connolly comments “It's high exposure location, eye catching exterior, and footpath dining area instantly draw one's attention when travelling along Point Nepean Road – once you're inside, the classic 1950's diner fitout and luring smell of old favourites from the kitchen make you want to stay”.
The iconic eatery has been listed for sale this month with Melbourne agents Connolly Hospitality, who are calling for expressions of interest submissions by Wednesday 9th April.
“While we've set a formal closing date, interested parties are encouraged to make their enquiries and submit offers without delay. We always expect healthy demand for popular businesses like the Diner – several recent expressions of interest campaigns have been closed early with the businesses sold well before closing date” says Connolly.
Summary details, photos and an interactive virtual tour can be found at http://www.connollyhospitality.com/
Contact the agents for a full information memorandum or to arrange an inspection.