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Silver’s restaurant in Southampton village lists for $5.795M

The iconic building was built in 1905 and used to be a cigar shop.

Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

The iconic Silver’s restaurant on Southampton’s Main Street is looking for a new owner, reports the New York Post.

Built back in 1905, the two-story building at 15 Main Street was once Silver’s Cigar Store, and eventually became what it is today: A high-end, lunch-only restaurant, open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The building can sit 48 people inside, 32 outside, and features a second-floor office space with a separate entrance, a full basement downstairs, and a generator. The Art Deco restaurant also hosts turned-glass leaded windows, stained glass windows, skylights, high ceilings, and the original bar seating with built-ins.

Owner Garrett Wellins told the New York Post that he plans on keeping Silver’s open through the end of the year.

Brown Harris Stevens’s agent, John Vitello, is representing the listing.

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