This 3.2 acre high visibility US Highway 19 restaurant / redevelopment site was the former home of Brickhouse Tavern and sits adjacent to a national restaurant chain, Kobe Japanese Steak House. The site boasts 150 parking spaces and a well designed 6,676 sf nearly turnkey, restaurant & sports bar in a prime, high traffic, high visibility location which is exposed to over 89,000 vehicles per day in Florida's most densely populated county. The restaurant has much of the equipment in place and was set up as a brew-house/sports bar concept with a 279 person occupancy. The building has a fully integrated lighting system, fire sprinklers, is wired for sound with speaker system in place, and currently has over 25 wired television mounts in place throughout the bar and dining room. There is a large, horseshoe bar area featuring a full beer cooler island, two bottle / ice chillers and four glassware wash stations and a 32 beer tap capacity with lines running to a walk-in beer keg cooler with ample room for storage and expansion. The extended bar & dining room currently has 10 high top tables in place, 14 booths and many movable lounge benches. The kitchen includes a large (30 ft long) hood and ansul system, a dishwashing station, walk-in cooler and freezer, mop bucket sink, hand-washing sinks, ice maker, two and three stage wash and sanitation sinks, multiple prep tables, and monitor and data wired food prep station for outbound meals. The site is also priced well for redevelopment as the 3.2 acres with the current parking layout lends itself to a variety of high density office or medical uses.