A BAR and restaurant in the heart of Aberdeen’s vibrant city centre has been placed on the market.
Henry’s Bar, on Exchequer Row, is being sold by property agents Christie & Co on behalf of owners Ronnie and Soo Manson, who are retiring.
The pub is located close to the bars and clubs of Union Street and opposite Aberdeen’s City Wharf development, which contains residential and office space as well as a hotel.
Christie & Co is looking for offers over £325,000 for the Henry’s Bar freehold.
The premises can cater for 40 covers, and is fully equipped with a kitchen, sound system and disco equipment. Henry’s has also proved popular as a destination for weekend karaoke nights, according to Christie & Co.
“After ten years of ownership, my wife Soo and I deem the time is right to consider a sale,” said Ronnie Manson. “We have thoroughly enjoyed running the business and we will be sorry to leave, especially since the staff and customers really make this a superb licensed business.
“We hope the new owners, whoever they may be, continue to run the business in the same enthusiastic manner as ourselves. If they do this we can only see Henry’s Bar Café growing stronger as a business in the future.”
Christie & Co is looking for offers over £325,000 for the freehold.
Barry McNeil, who is handling the sale at Christie & Co, described Henry’s Bar as “a well presented and well regarded business” that has been “expertly run” by the Mansons over the last decade. He added: “It is very rare for a good freehold business in Aberdeen to come to the market and we are confident that we will be able to find a buyer quickly.”