An East Vancouver sandwich and beer shop is up for grabs.
Co-owner Adam Merpaw and Zach Buckman launched the Tuck Shoppe in February 2016 at the petite premises (approximately 587 square feet) perched at 237 Union Street straddling the edge of Chinatown and Strathcona on a stretch of block that boasts several hip eateries and businesses.
Infused with a sense of nostalgia, the neighbourhood hangout features a concise menu spanning sandwiches like the pork belly Cubano and panko-crusted rare albacore tuna katsu burger; salads and soups; and craft beer, wine, and cocktails.
The 18-seat gourmet sandwich and craft beer spot is listed on the market for $49,000, which includes a liquor license, a patio for four patrons, and a lease of $2,240 in place with three-and-a-half years left.
In July, the shop opened a second location, a counter-service spot at the Net Loft Building (1666 Johnston Street), at Granville Island.
The Union Street location is temporarily closed until January 6 to focus on catering and private events.
When the Georgia Straight contacted the Tuck Shoppe for further information, the owners declined comment.