SOLOMONS, Md. — After the auction was previously held up with bankruptcy filings, Stoney’s Kingfisher Seafood Bar & Grill and its companion restaurant Stoney’s Seafood House reportedly sold at auction for $1.8 million and $1.6 million, respectively.
A representative from the auction house, Alex Cooper Auctioneers, recently told the Baltimore Business Journal that the buyer of the Broomes Island location was a “local group,” and that the Solomons location was bought by people “not from the area.”
Stoney’s Kingfishers is roughly 4,800-square-feet and rests atop a 0.25-acre waterfront lot on the Patuxent River. Additionally, the restaurant has panoramic views and several boat slips.
The Broomes Island location had been temporarily closed, but it also has some pleasant features. The restaurant is roughly 6,200-square-feet and features a 300-seat restaurant that has been serving the community for over 20 years. The property also shares 1.34 acres of waterfront property with an adjacent bed-and-breakfast. There is also a 5,000 square-foot wedding venue next door.
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