Agrikol, one of Montreal's favourite Haitian food spots, announced on December 19 that it would be joining a number of other local restaurants in closing its doors for the foreseeable future.

Montreal real-estate group Duque Simms has listed Agrikol's charming former location in Ville-Marie — and it's for sale for a cool $1.35 million. 

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Asking price for Agrikol's former property

Duque Simms says on its Instagram page that the property features four units in two separate buildings on the same lot, including a triplex.  

Agrikol's former location also includes a "turn of last century 'cottage'" and — of course — that picturesque antique-looking backyard Agrikol's famous for during the summer.

The outdoor terrasse is dominated by a lofty, mature maple tree that offered shade and a cool breeze to restaurant patrons prior to Agrikol's closing.

Duque Simms says the property is semi-commercial, making it "ideal" for another bar or restaurant, but that it could also be converted to residential development with commercial units on the ground floor.   

Regardless of how the new owners decide to repurpose the property, Agrikol's amazing eats and kitschy vibe will be forever missed in Montreal. 

Agrikol's former location

Price: $1,350,000 + GST/QST

Address: 1836-1844, rue Atataken⁠, Montreal, QC 

MLS: 26738161⁠⠀

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