Ever thought about owning Nomad World Pub?
Considering you clicked on this article, you're at least little interested. Well, good news, you entrepreneurial devil: The West Bank bar/concert/soccer viewing/bocce destination is available for a cool $995,000.
The real estate listing for the Nomad went live last week. It reads thusly:
"Rare opportunity to own an iconic bar and the real estate in Minneapolis. The operation is profitable and has numerous opportunities to increase the annual revenue. The Nomad is the place to be for a diverse and robust clientele through its programming of nightly live music, bocce ball leagues, World Cup soccer, Zombie Pub Crawls, trivia etc. This is a perfect opportunity for an owner operator who wants to own their own real estate at the end of the day."
Click here to see the entire listing, including lots of photos.
Built in 1902, the building offers 6,240 square feet and features a concert stage, bocce ball court, and an outdoor patio. The space was previously known as the Five Corners Saloon before Todd Smith acquired it and reopened it as the Nomad in 2005.
“I love the Nomad and am proud of what we’ve done here,” Smith tells the Star Tribune, declining to offer specific reasons for the sale. “Now, I’m interested in knowing if anyone wants to carry on with what we started.”
We reached out to Smith for comment. In April, he re-opened the Country Bar in Minneapolis' Lyn-Lake neighborhood.