The Real Deal New York

Popular East Hampton dine-and-wine spot is on the market for $3.5M

October 05, 2016 04:35PM

Inside the LEO nightclub (Credit: LEO)

Inside the LEO nightclub (Credit: LEO)

The $700 per-square-foot price tag may seem steep, but the building at 44 Three Mile Harbor Road has a rare blessing: It’s one of South Fork’s only venues where one can legally get tipsy. The 5,000-square-foot storefront has housed more than a handful of restaurants and clubs over the years, as Curbed reported, including its current tenant, Leo nightclub and Cafe de La Musique restaurant. Past eateries include Pink Elephant, Kobe Beach Club, NV Tsunami and Le Flirt. Robert Kohr and Lori Macgarva of Douglas Elliman have the listing. The space can seat 100 customers for a sit-down meal, and there’s room to hold 300 people in the lounge. But if a prospective buyer wants even more elbow room, there’s a potential for expanding the structure to 10,000 square feet, marketing materials claim. [Curbed] — Cathaleen Chen