Currently home to The Hollar restaurant, this Madrid Main Street property sits in a highly visible and desirable location in a vibrant, historic village. Madrid, the most popular visitor stop along the National Scenic Byway the Turquoise Trail, is the perfect day trip linking Santa Fe and Albuquerque. The Trail attracts tourists from all over the world who come to enjoy this area, so full of culture and history set in a mountain landscape. The equipped commercial kitchen that is included in this offering is ready to continue the long tradition of a popular and lively restaurant at this location. The property was two businesses at one time that incorporated a retail space in the historic Santa Fe Railroad rail car on the property. The rail car area is currently configured as additional indoor dining. Total inside seating is set at 61. The outside patio is inviting and currently seats an additional 140 but has accommodated up to 200 people in the past. The outside space looks over the Madrid Museum and has always been a dynamic space for dining service and also outdoor live music. State-of-the-art fire alarm system. Designated parking area along State Highway 14 directly in front of the restaurant.