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Restaurant Space in Historic Building

92 Montcalm Street
Ticonderoga, NY

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Are you ready to start your own restaurant? Here's your chance.

This property is an amazing opportunity for an ambitious entrepreneur to open a restaurant and become a treasured fixture in the thriving Ticonderoga community in the heart of the Southern Adirondacks. The property has successfully operated as Libby’s Café and Bakery for the past eight years, serving breakfast and lunch daily to a loyal clientele. It was closed suddenly in November 2021 due to serious illness of the owner. One of the few year-round restaurants in Ticonderoga, it is sorely missed by the community and can’t wait to welcome a new owner.

The restaurant space is located in the heart of downtown Ticonderoga. The first floor of this beautifully restored 1880’s building has large commercial kitchen space in the rear (540 sq ft) with utility sinks and hood, and nearly 1,000 square feet of service and dining area in front. 16-foot ceilings and beautiful big windows across the entire front make a bright and inviting space. A covered porch allows for some outdoor dining as well.

The award-winning restored building is well-maintained by a great landlord, and suitable to open a cafe or start a restaurant of any kind. Some start-up money could be available from the Ti-Alliance Entrepreneurs Fund for the right candidate.  

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If you have ever wanted to start your own cafe... Opportunity is knocking.

Rent: $1,500/month plus utilities (electrical and gas on dedicated meters). Garbage and plowing included.


  • Award-Winning restored & historic building​​

  • Move-in ready for a new tenant​​

  • Huge commercial kitchen space 

  • Loyal and supportive community​​


Phone: 415-385-4544

Food Truck Owner

Want some business support? 

We have business mentoring and financing available!

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Why Ticonderoga? 

Because it's an amazing place to live!

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