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Local Restauranteur Acquires Former Calavera Tap + Taco Building

A local restauranteur recently acquired the 5,300-square-foot building on a one-acre plot in front of Warrendale Village that formerly housed the Calavera Tap + Taco restaurant.  The new owner plans to reopen the restaurant in November 2020 with a new concept.  MAXX . . . food . . drink . .  sports will redefine the sports bar atmosphere for the Pittsburgh market.  It will offer a wide variety of food offerings with an emphasis towards women and families.

The menu will reflect healthy eating options, great salad bowls, interesting tapas, dishes to be shared, unique sandwiches, and gourmet burgers cooked on a hardwood grill. In addition, a very well designed dinner menu will offer great quality steaks along with organic chicken dishes.

The property is located in an area with a number of thriving restaurants such as Il Pizzaiolo, Off the Hook and House of 1,000 Beers.

Fiffik Law Group attorneys Michael E. Fiffik and Lacey Gordon represented the new owner throughout the transaction.  

FLG represents clients in commercial real estate transactions, large and small, with a focus on complex joint ventures, corporate real estate, finance and leasing.  We help our clients acquire, finance, sell and refinance all classes of commercial real estate.  On the business law side, we advise clients on real estate investment, including drafting and negotiating joint venture documents, limited liability company and partnership agreements among other documents governing our clients’ business relationships and protecting their investments. We pride ourselves on providing our valued clients big firm experience at small firm cost.


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