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Bristol Italian restaurant comes to market

The owners of the successful Bomboloni in Bristol has brought it to market via Fleurets with a leasehold price of £75k and an annual rent of £26k.

Situated on Gloucester Road, the eatery is currently arranged to provide 52 covers internally, with a theatre kitchen and large outside area, which fronts onto the road.

The Griffin family have been running the restaurant for just over two and a half years but following the sudden death of Andrew Griffin in March this year, the family have now made the difficult decision to sell the business.

Sara, Andrew’s wife continues to oversee the business and commented, “We started Bomboloni as a family business and it has been a huge success. Whilst the business continues to perform above our expectations, we have decided to move on for personal reasons.”

Fleurets' Kevin Conibear, who is handling the sale, said, “Andrew, Sara and the family have shown how strong a business can be on Gloucester Road.

'With its attractive demographics, high footfall and popularity as an area to live, Gloucester Road has a thriving bar and restaurant scene. The property is fit out to a high standard, with a hugely popular sunny terrace.”