Located in a prime position on the corner of Sharp & Vale Street, Cooma is the iconic P.D. Murphy Cafe. A long established cafe, popular for locals and a must stop over for travelers to the Snowy Mountains and far south coast.
The cafe operates from a large servery in the center of the premises, with display fridges, and food preparation area, along with a separate small kitchen with grill for cooked to order meals. The comfortable indoor dining area seats up to 70, with outdoor seating also available. P.D. Murphy Cafe also offers catering to local businesses with several on-going services in place.
Winter trading hours 7 days per week 6am to 5pm. Summer weekend hours 6am-1pm.
This is a rare opportunity to own a popular and profitable business in a prime location with free parking surrounding the premises.
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