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Downtown brewpub is put on market


    Palate Craft & Eatery Beverage Director Nick Carter poured shots of Crown Royal Reserve whiskey on Aug. 4.

Open for about a year, Palate Craft & Eatery at 1121 Bethel St. is on the market, being sold by industry veterans and partners Troy Terorotua and Pat Kashani.

The asking price was not disclosed, but in a statement, the 1,750-square-foot former Soul de Cuba space was renovated to create Palate at a cost of $300,000 and will be sold as a turnkey operation.

Terorotua also owns and operates REAL a gastropub and BREW’d craft pub, while Kashani is known for Tropics Tap House on Oahu, Tropics Tap Ale House Waikoloa and Tropic Ale House Keauhou.

“The kind of success we are enjoying needs daily nurturing,” Terorotua said in a statement. “That’s not as easy when you have multiple bars — and are approached by landlords regularly with offers to open more.”

Because neither can be on-site daily, he said, the decision was made to put Palate on the market. Broker Jo McGarry Curran of MoJo and Pacific Property Group Inc. is handling the sale.

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