Old Fourth Ward’s Taco Cantina Hits The Market

$100,000 buys all furniture, fixtures, equipment, and rights to lease.

Adolfo and Brianna Gonzalez have put their Old Fourth Ward Taco Cantina on the market.

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The couple is looking for someone to acquire the restaurant’s assets and take over the lease without the Taco Cantina name, according to the listing.

$100,000 would buy a new lessee all furniture, fixtures, equipment, and rights to lease.

Taco Cantina’s name, recipes, artwork, and branded items are not included in the sale but a new lessee could continue operating the restaurant as a taco joint.

The monthly rent is $6,500 “all in” and the kitchen is set to “pump out any cuisine or volume whether [quick-ervice restaruant], casual, or upscale.”

The Gonzalez family, who will keep operating the original Taco Cantina in Smyrna, spent almost $650,000 to open the Old Fourth Ward eatery, according to the sales listing.

It first debuted in 2017 and the “absentee owner [has been] unable to grow the business per other commitments and restaurant.”

Situated at 480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE Suite 120, the 2,400-square-foot restaurant has 80 seats in the dining room and a 16-person bar.

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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Chris
1 year ago

Not being open Sunday in such a busy area on Sunday is an interesting choice. Great food though!

Rod
1 year ago

Honesty the moral went down after they screwed over one of the best bar managers I’ve ever met.

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