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A southwest Michigan restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and seating for 200 guests has hit the market.

But don’t worry, the good times will continue at Hard Times Family Restaurant in Decatur! Owner Debbie shared on Facebook that while she is ready to retire after 45 years in business, the restaurant will NOT be closing. She said the restaurant will remain open until it is sold.



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Located at 108 N. Phelps St. in Decatur, the restaurant was originally built in 1910. It features newer heating and cooling systems, and the kitchen and appliances, including fryer, dishwasher and stove, were upgraded in 2020/2021.

The building has a floor area of ​​415 m² and has barrier-free bathrooms. There is also ample public parking at the front and rear entrances.

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According to the listing, Hard Times is celebrated for its “cozy, nostalgic ambience, delicious food and friendly service.”

Hard Times, Facebook

Hard Times, Facebook

Hard Times currently serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The breakfast menu includes omelets, a variety of egg dishes, French toast, biscuits and gravy, chicken fried steak, malt waffles, pancakes, breakfast burritos and more.

For lunch and dinner, start with fried mushrooms, stuffed potato skins, fried pickles, nachos or onion rings. There is a selection of sandwiches and salads, as well as a soup and salad bar. Other options include burgers, meatloaf, pork chops, liver and onions, sirloin steak, white fish and grilled salmon.

The listing describes the business as “turnkey.” Take a tour of Hard Times and see how much it costs below!

Hard Times Family Restaurant for sale in Decatur, Michigan

After more than 45 years in business, the owner of Hard Times restaurant in Decatur, Michigan, is ready to retire. The 4,400-square-foot eatery seats 200 guests. Hard Times is for sale for $399,900.

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