511 S. West Street, Carlinville, Illinois, 62626
Tangled Vine, formerly Magnolia’s Restaurant, began as an idea of opening a restaurant that was unique and different from any other restaurant in the area. The owners turned it into a place boasting a ton of character, some old world charm and a relaxing place to enjoy a great meal. The building, which was originally used as a school and later became the church hall, was renovated over with every last detail thought of, and it took several years to complete this project.. The restaurant was opened as Magnolia’s Restaurant in April of 2009, and accommodates approximately 80 guests and also has 24 parking spots. You can even chose to be seated in the back garden area, where you will find a brick patio area that features a trickling water foundation, iron gate, beautiful flowers, and patio tables with bright-colored umbrellas – a wonderful place for enjoying a nice meal on a spring day. Over the last 11 years, the restaurant has become very well-known for it’s delicious homemade entrees, friendly service, and mouth-watering desserts. The restaurant attracts customers from all around the surrounding areas.
In addition to the real estate, the sale will include tables, chairs, checkout area, storage trays, shelves, freezer, sink, dishwasher, prep tables, stoves/ovens, microwaves, sink, storage shelves, stand-up cooler, cooking utensils, pots/pans, shelving, cash register, computers, dessert cooler, and muffin case. The restaurant features a newer bar area, server room, prep/dishwasher room, employee bathroom, storage room, office, kitchen/cooking room, storage (dry), walk-in cooler, 2717+/- eating area, and 3 bathrooms, 1 being handicap accessible.
Carlinville, IL is located on the Old Route 66 Mother Road, and is visited by people from all over the world that come to tour Route 66 and see our historic Courthouse, the largest contiguous collection of Sears catalog homes in the world, the Cannonball Jail, Blackburn College much more. Also it is within close proximity to St. Louis, MO and Springfield, IL, home of the Abraham Lincoln sites.
The restaurant has recently closed due to the shutdown of eating establishments in Illinois. Seller will negotiate an offer on both restaurant and church. Seller is motivated - make an offer!