Two for one sale: Vancouver restaurant Farmer’s Apprentice and sister wine bar Grapes & Soda at $274,900

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      Farmer’s Apprentice, a Vancouver restaurant acclaimed for its dedication to local ingredients, is looking for a new owner.

      Also on the table is its sister wine bar Grapes & Soda, which is adjacent to the South Granville dining establishment.

      The price for the two locations is $274,900.

      According to a Restaurant Business Broker listing, the twin establishments have been “delivering great sales year after year”.

      “Here is your chance to take over the Farmers Apprentice and Grapes & Soda locations and bring your own dual food concept to the neighbourhood,” the listing notes.

      It also states that the rent at the two locations is a “very affordable” $8,000.

      Locavore chef David Gunawan and partner Dara Young opened Farmer’s Apprentice in 2013 at 1535 West 6th Avenue, which is west of Granville Street.

      Grapes & Soda opened next door at 1541 West 6th Avenue in 2015. The establishment describes itself as Vancouver’s first natural wine bar.