- Pirate Pizza Co., a two-floor pizzeria at Fisherman’s Wharf in Victoria, B.C., is listed for sale for $889,900.
- The restaurant offers a “West Coast version” of New York-style pizza and reportedly gets walk-by traffic of 500,000 people during a seven-month season.
Arrrr! Thar be a pirate-themed pizzeria for sale on Fisherman’s Wharf in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and if ye’ve got the dubloons to pay, it can be yours for less than $1 million.
Fisherman’s Wharf is a popular tourist spot packed with restaurants, boutique shops and eco-tour adventures, including whale watching. Floating homes bob on the waves at the wharf’s eastern end, while working fishing vessels, water taxis and pleasure boats create a bustling, high-energy atmosphere.
Pirate Pizza Co., currently owned by Mark Imhoff, is one of the eateries that makes Fisherman’s Wharf a destination site. Now it’s up for sale for $889,900, just as tourist season approaches. It has a 4.8 rating on Facebook.
According to a real estate listing for the property, the pizzeria sees walk-by traffic of about 500,000 people in a seven-month period. Offering a “West Coast version” of New York-style slices and pies, Pirate Pizza Co. is a “live/work float home,” with the business located on the main floor and living quarters on the upper floor.
It offers “ample cooking space in a superior, fully equipped natural-gas kitchen, a large walk-in cooler and storage space,” according to the listing. The environmentally conscious restaurant uses compostable carryout food containers and electric-assisted bikes for delivery and sources as many locally grown ingredients as possible.