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Monday, March 29, 2010

Hey would-be restaurant owners, foodies with disposable income

Posted By on Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 2:14 PM

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The Station, the erstwhile Stifft Station grocery and deli, is auctioning off its equipment Tuesday, March 30, at 10 a.m. at its former home, 1001 Kavanaugh.

Here's what's up for grabs:

Walk-in Cooler
Large Deli Case
Small Deli Case
Metro Shelving
Bulk Binds
Produce Coolers (2)
Wooden Produce Stand
Drink Cooler
Sandwich Prep Table
Panini Grill
Toaster Oven
Juice Extractor
POS System
Refrigerator
Coffee Grinder
Stainless Steel tables
Storage Containers
2 burner countertop stove
Check-out counters
Handcrafted Oak Bar (seats 8)
8 black/chrome barstools
1 black antique table
1 teal/oak antique table
1 white antique table
1 red antique table
office supplies
deli, grocery and natural living inventory -
baskets
red drink cooler
folding chairs
1 dry erase board
2 corkboards
Ice Cream Maker
Lots of other kitchen utensils & supplies

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